The city of best serviced accommodation Brisbane is a true reflection of Australian culture in general, especially Queensland culture because it is the capital of Queensland. Be this my first time in Brisbane, I have been here before, and even if you are “If you are a local, here are some places we think visitors to Brisbane should visit to get an idea of Brisbane and its inhabitants. There are many best free things to do in Brisbane once you get there
Mt Cook-the Summit
Take a drive to (7 km west of the CBD), where you can see a magnificent panoramic view of the whole city of Brisbane and its surroundings. On a clear day, you can see up to the distant ranges in the southwest and Moreton Bay in the east. Here you can spend time in the cafe, relax with ice cream or enjoy the famous Summit Restaurant on top of the mountain. Real noise comes here at night, and you will see a burning city with lights (very romantic!)
Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens
When you see Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens visit the Botanical Garden, these 52-hectare gardens contain subtropical and Australian plants, surrounded by lakes, ponds, and streams. Mount Kut-ta also has an astronomical dome, the Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium, especially loved by children.
For more adventures, take two and a half hours to climb to the top of the famous Brisbane Story Bridge Here, you can enjoy a 360-degree view of Brisbane, its river, and the surrounding mountains. At dawn, climbers will enjoy the beauty of the sunrise over the bay, and at dusk, climbers will see the sunset reflected in glass and steel in urban skyscrapers and office buildings. If you are coming to Brisbane on New Year’s Eve, what you can do on New Year’s Eve in Brisbane is to head to Southbank and watch the fireworks explode around the Bridge of History.
Take a one-hour guided tour of Ale House Brewery in Milton, where you will learn the history of the world-famous Castlemaine Perkins brewery and beer. A few minutes from Brisbane’s central business district, you can go on an exciting interactive brewery tour, buy souvenirs, and sample beer at Ale House Bar – a real experience. And what could be more Australian than beer!