Must see places to visit for families in Brisbane

Here's a list of Must see places to visit for families in Brisbane recommended by our experts:

South Bank Parklands

Activity Place in Brisbane
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Choose from restaurants, cafes, a lagoon, a beautiful beach, playgrounds, gardens and walkways or barbecue and picnic areas to enjoy your day at South Bank ...

Gallery Of Modern Art

Place to Visit in Brisbane
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Queensland's premier visual arts institution, the Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) connects people and art through a dynamic program of ...

Roma Street Parkland

Garden/Botanical Garden in Brisbane
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This oasis in the heart of Brisbane is a must see destination. With spectacular subtropical plant displays, sweeping vistas and unique artwork, Roma Street ...

Queensland Art Gallery

Museum in Brisbane
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The Queensland Art Gallery (formerly Queensland National Art Gallery) is part of the Queensland Cultural Centre, and is located nearest to Brisbane River at ...

Brisbane Botanic Gardens

Garden/Botanical Garden in Brisbane
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Mt Coot-tha, [50]. Brisbane's tallest mountain. A popular make-out spot with a great view and good but overpriced cafe and restaurant. Also home to one of the ...

Queensland Performing Arts Centre

Museum in Brisbane
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The Queensland Performing Arts Centre Museum, in the heart of Brisbane's Cultural Centre, offers a back-stage insight into the achievements of some of ...

The Brisbane River

Lake/River/Water body in Brisbane
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The Brisbane River is perfect for adventure, leisure and recreation. Go kayaking, stand up paddleboarding or take a trip on a City Cat. Celebrate the Brisbane ...

State Library Of Queensland

Place to Visit in Brisbane
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The State Library of Queensland is the main reference and research library provided to the people of the State of Queensland, Australia, by the state government...

Mount Coot-tha Lookout

Place to Visit in Brisbane
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Mount Coot-tha, which is 287 metres above sea level, has the highest peak in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Mount Coot-tha forms the eastern extent of the ...

Brisbane Powerhouse

Place to Visit in Brisbane
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Brisbane Powerhouse is an arts and cultural hub located in the Brisbane suburb of New Farm, Queensland, Australia. The venue offers an array of performing ...

Catholic Old St. Stephen's Church (chapel)

Church in Brisbane
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The Cathedral of St Stephen is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane, and seat of its Archbishop, The Most Reverend Mark Coleridge ...

Museum Of Brisbane

Museum in Brisbane
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The Museum of Brisbane is the City of Brisbane's official museum and is located in Brisbane City Hall. It was opened in October 2003.It is a social history ...

City Botanic Gardens

Garden/Botanical Garden in Brisbane
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The City Botanic Gardens (formerly the Brisbane Botanic Gardens) is located on a point known as Gardens Point on the Brisbane River adjacent to the central ...

Fort Lytton National Park

Wildlife Park in Brisbane
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Fort Lytton is a heritage-listed national park located Lytton, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 13 km northeast of the Brisbane CBD. It is located near the ...

City Hall

Place to Visit in Brisbane
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Located in King George Square, Brisbane City Hall is 'the People's Place' of The City. For the past 80 years the Hall has been the backdrop to many of Brisbane'...