Brisbane

This busy city has lots of things to do.  Away from its busy CBD there’s South Bank, a 17 hectare riverfront urban oasis where you can picnic, stroll, bike, job, shop, dine and relax.

  • The Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre hosts a number of expositions, gala dinners, seminars, comedy acts and concerts.
  • The Queensland Cultural Centre is home to the GoMA (Gallery of Modern Art) featuring world renowned exhibitions, Queensland Art Gallery, Queensland Museum, State Library, and the Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) where many world class musicals have been staged as well as regular performances from great companies like the Australian Ballet, Opera Australia, Bangarra Dance Theatre etc.
  • Suncorp Stadium is home to Brisbane Broncos (National Rugby League), the Queensland Reds (Super Rugby) and the Brisbane Roar (Football Federation Australia).  It has also been the venue for international music acts.
  • The GABBA Cricket Ground is a 42,000 seat venue which regularly sees football, rugby and cricket matches.

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Self guided Walking Tours

  1. Queen St Mall (over 700 specialty stores), Brisbane City Hall and King George Square, The Old Windmill (built by convicts in 1828), Jacobs Ladder (link Wickham Tce & Edward St through King Edward Park), Anzac Square Memorial, GPO Building (built 1872), St Stephens (1850), Macarthur Museum (a WW2 dedication), Conrad Treasury, Conrad Treasury Brisbane Hotel, Commissariat Store (1829), George St Mansions (1890), Parliament House (1868), QUT Art Museum, Old Government House (1862) and River Mangrove Boardwalk.
  2. THE ART WALK  – Scrap Metal Kangaroos, Brisbane Square, Around the camp fires (1988), Confluence (artwork by Daniel Templeman), The State Law Building, King George Square, the subtropical Roma St Parklands, Anzac Square, Dialogue, The Overseer, Mooney Memorial Fountain (dedicated to fireman who died in 1877), Customs House (1880′s), Chat (Sebastian Di Mauro), Riverside, Waterfront Place, Festival Hall, Resonance (Chee Fong Hew), Queen Victoria Statue (1906) and Former State Library Mosaic.
  3. CITY TO SOUTHBANK – Kurilpa Bridge, GoMA, State Library, Museum and Science Centre, Art Gallery, Performing Arts Centre, Conservatorium, The Wheel of Brisbane, Southbank Parklands, Maritime Museum and Goodwill Bridge.

Maps from www.translink.com.au

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