5 Places to Visit During Your Stay at South Central

Posted in Attractions @ Nov 22nd 2017 4:58pm - By Administrator
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

South Bank
Being the centre of culture and entertainment in the city, as well as having several attractions and one of the most famous shopping streets, visiting South Bank is a must. Make sure to visit the South Bank Parklands and see the city from the top of The Wheel of Brisbane. Explore Little Stanley Street for an incredible shopping experience, or spend the day wandering GOMA and the Queensland Museum. Don’t forget to check what great shows are on at QPAC and the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
Explore the world’s first and largest koala sanctuary, being home to 130 koalas! The Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary has over 100 Australian species to see their natural habitat environments. Located just outside of the city, it’s the perfect day out for families and couples.

Mount Coot-tha
Brisbane Lookout can be found at Mount Coot-tha set amongst sculpted gardens and natural bushland, and provides spectacular views over the Brisbane CBD and beyond. Make sure to grab a bite at the Summit Restaurant and Kuta Cafe. You can also enjoy a relaxing experience at the Brisbane Botanic Gardens at Mount Coot-tha.

Queen Street Mall
For one of the best shopping locations in Queensland, make sure to visit Brisbane’s Queen Street Mall. With over 700 retailers altogether, you can be sure to leave with a few items!

Story Bridge
Story Bridge is one of Brisbane’s most iconic bridges, and with Story Bridge Adventure Climb you can climb to the top! Witness one of the best views in the city atop Story Bridge, where the colourful city lights and sparkling Brisbane River beneath you provide an unforgettable sight.

You can book our affordable South Bank accommodation now by just visiting https://southcentral.etourism.net.au

Image Source : Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary



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