Brisbane Activities

Brisbane River Kayak Sunset and Evening Tour – West End Brisbane

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Kayak Fun Brisbane

LONE PINE KOALA SANCTUARY-Student ticket ONLY $25.00 Click Here

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Mt Coot-tha Reserve 

The closest mountain to the CBD offering a panoramic view of the city, ways to spend a day and the perfect spot for a picnic. Transport yourself to the western suburbs of Brisbane for a Mt Coot-tha expedition of bush walks, fantastic scenery, gardens galore and maybe even a ghost or two – let’s see what it becomes to you.

  • Take in the view
  • Dine at the hilltop restaurant or cafe
  • Take your pick from the many bushwalking trails 
  • Picnic or barbecue among the trees 

Eat Street Markets-Northshore $3 ENTRY

Eat Street Northshore

With over 70 vendors creating delicious dishes from all over the world.

Solo performers are positioned throughout Eat Street so you’re never far from music.

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Theme Parks- Tickets from $79

Sea World- Movie World- Wet’N’Wild- Paradise Country

My Morning Cup: Virtual Australia: Dreamworld Theme Park

Meet your favourite stars and Super Heroes, experience the adrenaline pumping thrill rides and watch an array of spectacular shows.

Meet your favourite stars and Super Heroes, experience the adrenaline pumping thrill rides and watch an array of spectacular shows.

 

 

Glass House Mountains National Park- Sunshine Coast

The Glass House Mountains are a cluster of thirteen hills that rise abruptly from the coastal plain on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia. The highest hill is Mount Beerwah at 556 metres above sea level, but the most identifiable of all the hills is Mount Tibrogargan which from certain angles bears a resemblance to a face staring east towards the ocean. The Glass House Mountains are located near Beerburrum State Forest and Steve Irwin Way. From Brisbane, the mountains can be reached by following the Bruce Highway north and taking the Glass House Mountains tourist drive turn-off onto Steve Irwin Way. The trip is about one hour from Brisbane. The Volcanic peaks of the Glass House Mountains rise dramatically from the surrounding Sunshine Coast landscape. 
 
 

Brisbane City Botanic Gardens

The City Botanic Gardens is a heritage-listed botanic garden on Alice Street, Brisbane City. It was also known as Queen’s Park. It is located on Gardens Point in the Brisbane CBD and is bordered by the Brisbane River, Alice Street, George Street, Parliament House and Queensland University of Technology’s Gardens Point campus. The Gardens include Brisbane’s most mature gardens, with many rare and unusual botanic species. In particular the Gardens feature a special collection of cycads, palms, figs and bamboo. 

Hunt for fairies in the city centre

Did you know Brisbane is filled with fairies? It’s true. From beer to botanic gardens and a whole bunch of places in between, enchanting fairy lights are spread over the city

Kick putt at Holey Moley

Holey Moley is Australia’s craziest and most unique mini golf venue, Par none.

Forget the usual windmills and castles, putt your stuff through shark infested waters and pop culture references like The Simpsons couch and into the Nine Iron Throne itself. Each hole will keep you wanting more.


Footgolf- Mt Gravatt- ONLY $10 for Students

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Footgolf is a combination of Soccer and Golf. The skill of Soccer combined with the skill, rules and etiquette of Golf. Great day out with friends.

Brisbane is a beautiful city with many fun activities. 

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Southbank Lagoon, Brisbane