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Brisbane Story Bridge

The Story Bridge is Brisbane’s most iconic structure and climbing the structure gives you the best views imaginable of the gorgeous city. From the peak of the bridge, you will get wonderful views of the city and its surroundings, which range from the Glass House Mountains in the north to Moreton Bay in the east, along with the best views of the city skyline itself.

River Cruise

Taking a river cruise along the Brisbane River is one of the best sightseeing opportunities when you are in this elegant city. During the 90-minute guided tour, you will saunter along the river while receiving informative commentary and fantastic photo opportunities.

Some of the sights that you go past on the cruise include the Kangaroo Point Cliffs, the city centre and the Story Bridge (which is also great for sightseeing on).

Queen Street Mall

Queen Street Mall is a hub of a wonderful array of shopping opportunities, with more than 700 stores in total. It has also long been considered the heart of Brisbane. It's brimming with fun and entertainment for all kinds of people.

Over 1,000 events take place within Queen Street Mall each year. In addition, there is a cinema right on the mall, along with parklands, museums, restaurants and bars that can be found in the surrounding Brisbane city streets.

Whale watching

This is one to tick off your bucket list!

The tournament coincides with the Humpback Whales migration season and there are many day tours available for you to go and see these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat. The Humpback is a very surface-active animal, displaying behaviour that will not only inspire you but leave you in awe. One of the best places to go and see them is at Brisbane's, Moreton Bay, which is only 30 minutes north of Brisbane.

Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art

The Queensland Art Gallery is located across two riverside buildings in South Bank’s Cultural Precinct. The buildings offer a large array of Australian and international exhibitions, with a focus on the contemporary art of Australia, Asia and the Pacific.

Here you can also see the best in original international film and video at the Australian Cinematheque. If all that whets your appetite, then the museum also offers cafes, modern dining and shopping to complete your visit.