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It is an area of Queensland that around 2,200,000 people reside in.
Grab the kids and enjoy some quality time at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and the Wheel of Brisbane. If you're looking for even more family fun, head onwards to the RNA Showgrounds and Settlement Cove Lagoon.
Snap a few photos, admire the educational displays and learn about the animals and plants at the Australia Zoo. If you are pressed for time, be sure to collect a map so you can quickly find the park's key exhibits.
This area boasts some popular brewhouses that are responsible for making some world-class beers. To discover the secrets behind the final product, stop in at the Castlemaine Perkins Brewery or the XXXX Brewery. They both are open to visitors.
Meet some fellow motorsports fans, tour the garages and be part of the spectacle as the local heroes do battle for the checkered flag at the Queensland Raceway and the Willowbank Raceway.
Enjoy a fantastic day out with friends at the Sirromet Wines, the Kooroomba Vineyards and Lavender Farm or the Paradine Estate Winery. Take a stroll through the vine rows, sample the latest vintage and maybe even buy one or two bottles to take with you.
Sit back with a drink, challenge the blackjack dealer or simply take in the sounds and bright lights at the Treasury Casino.
Seleted from environmental habitats across the globe, the flora species at the Brisbane Botanic Gardens are quite impressive. Many visitors also like to stroll around the Redcliffe Botanic Gardens and the Mt Coot-Tha Gardens.
Pack a picnic basket and enjoy some time to yourself in the leafy, green surroundings of Roma Street Parkland and Centenary Lakes Park. New Farm Park and Tsuki-yama-chisen Japanese Garden are two more nice places to while away a lazy day and finally read that neglected book of yours.
Make sure you give yourself a day or two to walk along the scenic stretches of surrounding coastline, such as Sutton's Beach and Cylinder Beach. Frenchmans Beach and Deadmans Beach are two more great options.
Need to get away from the noise of the city? Head out to Blue Lagoon and Blue Lake National Park. Kangaroo Point Cliffs and Brisbane Forest Park are also highly recommended by nature enthusiasts.
Broaden your horizons with a trip to one of the area's well-curated cultural institutions. The Caboolture Warplane Museum and the Workshops Rail Museum offer a range of displays and collections that are bound to spark your curiosity. Equally rewarding are the Dick Johnson Racing Raceshop and Museum and the Brisbane Tramway Museum.
Enjoy old ship models and marine artifacts as you voyage through the exhibits at the Queensland Maritime Museum.
Build on your understanding of scientific research and discovery as you peruse the range of objects and displays at Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium and the Queensland Museum and Sciencentre.
Delicately plucked from the natural world, the striking specimens at the Queensland Museum and the UQ Anthropology Museum are full of wonder and intrigue.
Brisbane is a hive of artistic energy, with gallery and exhibition spaces everywhere you look. Stop by the Queensland Art Gallery and the Gallery of Modern Art to see the best of what this creative destination has to offer. The Institute of Modern Art and the Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology are also worth a browse if you can squeeze them in.
The past comes to life at the Museum of Brisbane and the North Stradbroke Island Historical Museum thanks to their wide range of illuminating displays. The Redcliffe Museum and the Commissariat Store Museum are also respected choices.
Hughesville and QUT Old Government House are certainly worth paying a visit to, even if you're not a passionate history buff. When it comes to days of old, there's always more to discover. The ANZAC Square War Memorial and the Naldham House are two more insightful places to stop by.
Story Bridge and Walter Taylor Bridge are grand old historic structures that will survive well into the future.
Fort Cowan Cowan and Fort Lytton National Park offer us a reminder of Brisbane's military history. As you walk around their battered walls, spare a moment to remember those who bravely found to defend their home.
Learn about the region's spiritual side and take in the serene atmosphere at St. Stephens Cathedral and St. John's Anglican Cathedral. St. Andrew's Uniting Church and Albert Street Uniting Church are two more intriguing religious sites.
This region's most famous sights often overshadow its lesser-known, but equally rewarding attractions. The State Library of Queensland and the Doomben Racecourse might be just what you're after. If you have more time to spare, also think about visiting Boondall Ice Rink or the Eagle Farm Racecourse.
Are you looking to experience the hustle and bustle of Queensland's state capital? Expedia currently features 304 Brisbane hotels, so it won't be a problem securing a great base for your trip.
The Founda Gardens Apartments, at 14 -18 Dunmore Terrace, and the Spicers Balfour Hotel, at 37 Balfour Street, are two good examples of high-ranking hotels in Brisbane. If those don't appeal, why not check out the Fern Cottage B&B, at 89 Fernberg Road, and the Ibis Budget Brisbane Airport, at 18 Navigator Place, Cnr. Nudgee Road, two more budget-friendly options.
Situated in Brisbane Airport, this hotel is within 6 miles (10 km) of DFO Brisbane, Portside Wharf and Brisbane Cruise Terminal. Doomben Racecourse and Eagle Farm Racecourse are also within 6 miles (10 km).
Located in the heart of South Brisbane, this luxury hotel is steps away from Queensland Conservatorium and Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. Southbank Parklands and South Bank Lifestyle Market are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this luxury apartment building is within 1 mi (2 km) of Queen Street Mall and Story Bridge. Brisbane Customs House and ANZAC Square War Memorial are also within 6 mi (10 km). Brisbane Fortitude Valley Station is 15 minutes by foot.
Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this luxury hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Queen Street Mall and Brisbane Riverside Markets. Queensland Performing Arts Centre and Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this luxury apartment building is within 6 mi (10 km) of Queen Street Mall, Brisbane Botanic Gardens and St. Stephens Cathedral. Brisbane Riverside Markets and Eagle Street Pier are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Treasury Casino, Brisbane Botanic Gardens and Brisbane City Hall. Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre is 1 mi (1.5 km) away. Brisbane Roma Street Station is 13 minutes by foot and South Brisbane Station is 13 minutes.
Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this luxury apartment building is steps away from Brisbane Riverside Markets and Eagle Street Pier. Riverstage and Brisbane City Hall are also within 15 minutes. Brisbane Central Station is 11 minutes by foot and South Brisbane Station is 22 minutes.
Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this hotel is steps away from Wintergarden and Queen Street Mall. Brisbane Botanic Gardens and Roma Street Parkland are also within 6 miles (10 km).