Southbank Parklands is a family-friendly parklands and provides the perfect setting for a great day out. With riverside cycling and walking paths, lush gardens, a beautiful inner city beach, a great range of dining options and vibrant shopping, there is something for everyone to enjoy! It has it's own iconic features though out day and night!
Brisbane offers a variety of shopping arcades, malls, local boutiques and luxury high-end fashion options. The Queen Street Mall is just one of the must do's for shopping in Brisbane.
What do you do when you want to save some bux but also craving for good food? The Bun Mobile may be one of the solutions when you're in Brisbane. They belong to the VAN family. They move around a lot, so, if you want to track them down, visit The Bun Mobile Truck opening time.
Craving for some fancy cakes, but wouldn't pay more than a few bux for it? Le Bon Choix has all you need.
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Opening hours: Monday-Sunday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Depo has a unique bar and restaurant. It serves breakfast, good for groups, lunch, dinner, late night dinning and bar.
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Opening hours: Monday to Saturday: 7:00am-12:00am
The Story Bridge Adventure Climb runs at dawn, day, twilight or night and is one of only three bridge climbs in the world.
northey st organic market ( sunday ONLY )
Address: 54 Northey St, Windsor QLD 4030
Opening Hours: 6:00am-10:30am
Held in the shaded car park adjacent to the farm, this is the only purely organic produce market in Brisbane.
Cellist and saxophonists serenade shoppers as they stock up on free range eggs, fresh honey, fair trade coffee beans, herbs and Asian greens amongst the plethora of pesticide free produce. It’s also the place to buy a takeaway caffeine infusion before entering the farm zone where chai rules.
Make time for the enchanting little farm itself – a tangle of vege patches, herb gardens, chicken coops, a nursery, cafe, and rustic play equipment peppered with wandering minstrels.
If you happen to park in the vicinity of Walker St check out the thirteen bottle trees forming a guard of honour.
Local crowds descend on the school grounds from all directions to buy the week’s fruit and veges, stock up the pantry with gourmet providore items, pick up some top notch meat (Kyogle beef or Tassie lamb) or seafood (local prawns, oysters and scallops) and grab some international street food for breakfast. And despite the volume of people, with so much space there’s comfortably room for everyone.
Address: Paten St, Milton.
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 11am, noon, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm; Saturday 12.30pm; 1pm, 1.30pm; Sunday 11am, noon, 12.30pm.
Cost for Adult: $25
Cost for Child: $16
The XXXX Brewery is located in Milton and offers visitors a tour of the Ale House with the opportunity to taste the local favourite brew. If you love beer or want to learn about XXXX's origins the XXXX Brewery Ale House is the place to visit.
Milton railway station is located just a few minutes walk from the XXXX Brewery and is only two stops from Brisbane Central Station (on the Ipswich line). Visit Queensland Rail.
Walking the line between "cheap" and "free" depending on whether or not there are special exhibitions being held, the entertainment-rich "cultural district" alongside Brisbane's South Bank provides a number of opportunities to get your fix of culture and history, playing host to various art galleries, museums and exhibits all within some pleasantly clean and modern surrounds. The Queensland Cultural Centre as it's known allows you to immerse yourself in a world of creativity both old and new.
On site is the Queensland Performing Centre which plays host to a number of live performances throughout the year, with everything from theatre to ballet to opera being held within its walls. Meanwhile, the Queensland Museum provides an insight into the historical, with exhibitions that focus on a specific aspect of history at different times throughout the year; despite its focus on the past, it's housed in a very slick, modern building that was constructed just a few years back. Those with a bent towards the artistic will enjoy the Queensland Art Gallery that showcases artworks from the past, while its neighboring Gallery of Modern art provides a contemporary slant on things.
With such a wide variety of cultural experiences available, there's something here to suit almost any field of interest, and all the facilities are located within easy walking distance of one another adjacent to the Cultural Centre train station for ease of access via public transport. Lastly, the towering Wheel of Brisbane sits on the shorefront just next to the museum, and makes for a great way to get panoramic views of the city at a reasonable price.