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Tayela Petterwood

11 Mar, 2021, 2:31 pm


brisbane attractions

There are several reasons why you should travel to Brisbane for your next Team Trip. It is Australia’s third biggest city, but is smaller and less busy than Sydney or Melbourne so you can enjoy all the fun with less crowds. From riverside walks, to the Botanical Gardens, Queensland’s capital is full of amazing sights to see. 

Here at Team Trips we have a Brisbane team package that everyone will love, and you can even build your own! The team will love all the attractions this amazing city has to offer. Here are some of the very best attractions and experiences! 


Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary 

brisbane koala sanctuary

If you and the team are nature lovers and want to get up close and personal with native Australian wildlife, this is the place for you! Lone Pine is the original and largest koala sanctuary in the world where you can hold a koala, feed kangaroos by hand and attend a Snake Keeper Talk and a Sheep Dog Show. This is one the team is sure to love. 


South Bank

brisbane southbank

South Bank is filled with parklands, plazas, promenades and a diverse array of restaurants and special events. It is a riverside paradise directly opposite the CBD. If you fancy a swim, why not take a dip in the human-made lagoon, or try a free fitness class? Grab dinner from the endless options around after your swim, then hit Brisbane city just across the road for drinks! The choices are endless. 


Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha

brisbane botanic gardens

Offering amazing panoramic views of Brisbane, the botanical gardens is a favourite attraction with both locals and tourists. Just seven kilometers from the city, they are the largest collection of Australian rainforest trees in the world. It’s a beautiful serenity you won’t want to miss. 


Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA)

queensland art gallery brisbane

The Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art occupies two adjacent buildings along the waterfront in the South Bank Cultural Precinct. They display more than 1700 works of art from around the world, with a special focus on Australia, the Pacific, and Asia. Art exhibits can span across all mediums, including sculpture, painting, video, film and photography. You will be amazed at the art on display. Oh, and did we mention, it’s free! 


River Cruises

brisbane rivercruises

If you want to see more scenery, taking a cruise across the Brisbane River by City Cat will show you and the team all the wonderful locations across the CBD. Operating 7 days a week, with 24 hop-on, hop-off terminals, they offer a range of different cruises with informative narration about the history and sights of the city. The route takes in redeveloped industrial sites, riverside mansions, bridges and parklands. Travel in style and see all the sights Brisbane has to offer! 


Queen Street Mall

brisbane queen street mall

Queen Street Mall is home to more than 700 retail stores, showcasing local, national and international designs and labels. On some days the mall transforms into a bustling Farmers Market, selling local produce, flowers and artisan products. Why not treat yourself and shop till you drop! 


Story Bridge Adventure Climb

storybridge adventure climb

The Story Bridge is a much loved Brisbane landmark offering a unique experience. Catering to people of all fitness levels and those 10 years of age plus, the two hour experience will take you 80 meters above the Brisbane River. You will be wowed by uninterrupted views of the city. This is an experience not to miss! 


Eat Street Markets

brisbane easy street markets

If you and the team are food lovers, you do not want to miss the Eat Street Markets! Made from former shipping containers, they have been transformed into colourful shops and food outlets. With more than 70 vendors serving up amazing food from around the world, you’ll have plenty of opportunity to chow down on dinner. 


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