Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary + Brisbane City Day Tour
Tour Times: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm – 8 hours of duration!
1 person: $300
2 people: $150 ea
3 people: $100 ea
4 people: $75 ea
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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
Kangaroo Point Lookout
Brisbane CBD – City Hall
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Visit the most desired attraction locations such as Mt Cootha Brisbane Lookout at scenic Mt. Coot-tha has been a favourite destination for locals and visitors for more than a century and has been made new again! Improvements to the renowned Summit Restaurant and popular Kuta Cafe, as well as ongoing improvements to the Mt. Coot-tha, gives everyone a reason to keep coming back!
A ‘must see’ for all visitors to Brisbane, Mt Coot-tha’s Brisbane Lookout offers spectacular panoramic views over the CBD all the way to Moreton Bay. Walking tracks are abundant through the National Park and the Lookout itself showcases a historical timeline of this iconic destination. A bustling café and award winning restaurant ensure the precinct caters to all visitors. Only 7kms from the CBD, the Brisbane Lookout is stunning in the day and a romantic wonderland of lights at night.
Brisbane City Day Trips to Brisbane Botanic Gardens (formerly the Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens) are located 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) from the Brisbane CBD in Toowong, Queensland, Australia, at the foot of Brisbane’s tallest mountain, Mount Coot-tha.
The gardens, which were originally called the Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens and which cover 52 hectares, were established by the Brisbane City Council in 1970, and officially opened in 1976. The gardens are the second botanical gardens established in Brisbane. The original gardens, now known as the City Botanic Gardens are located in the Brisbane CBD at Gardens Point. The new gardens were developed by the City Council because the original city site could not be expanded and was flood prone.
The Mount Coot-tha Library at the gardens opened in 1975
Brisbane City Day Trips to Tamborine Mountain is a 28 km2 (11 sq mi) plateau (8 km long by 4 km wide) and locality in the Scenic Rim local government area of South East Queensland, Australia. In the 2011 census, Tamborine Mountain had a population of 7,030 people. The name is of Aboriginal origin and has nothing to do with the musical instrument. It is considered part of the Gold Coast hinterland and has a strong tourist industry.
Brisbane City Day Trips to Tamborine Mountain was inhabited by Aborigines for tens of thousands of years and, at the time of early European settlement, lay in the territory of the Wangerriburras. The origin of the name Tamborine comes from the Anglicised version of the Aboriginal word ‘Jambreen’ from the Yugambeh language. The spelling also appears on early records as Tchambreem and even Goombireen, which means ‘wild lime’ and refers to the finger lime trees growing on the mountain.
Until it was opened for selection in 1878 it was covered with a diverse range of forest types. In that year the first white settler, John O’Callaghan selected a parcel of land on the mountain. Much clearing for agriculture took place, though efforts were made to protect the natural values of the area, with Witches Falls National Park (now part of the Tamborine National Park) being declared in 1908, the first in Queensland. The Tamborine National Park is made up of 12 separate sections of land, mainly remnant rainforest, on the plateau and surrounding foothills. A tourist road to the mountain was opened in 1924.
Glass House Mountains, Maleny, Sunshine Coast, Noosa, Mt Tambourine, Lammington National Park, cedar creek falls
Brisbane City Day Trips to Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve is 55 acres of subtropical rainforest overlooking the Glass House Mountains. A remnant of the rainforests that once covered the Blackall Range, the Reserve is a living museum of diverse plant and animal life. There are several tranquil walking tracks, boardwalks and viewing platforms where you can soak up the natural beauty and read information about various species. There’s also an education centre and a number of picnic tables that offer breathtaking views of the Glass House Mountains for your picnic or barbecue. Listen to the striking call of the catbird and imagine yourself back in time as you walk through this stunning patch of remnant rainforest. It’s a wonderful place to take the kids for an adventure – or the perfect spot for a quiet, romantic stroll.
Leave your vehicle in the car park on the banks of the Obi Obi Creek and take a short, level walk downstream to Gardners Falls, a hidden gem in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. You’ll pass a number of shallow rock pools which are ideal for smaller children who just want to splash about. Follow the bubbling waters downstream where the pools increase in size and enjoy a freshwater swim in the largest pool underneath the falls. These delightful waters are bounded by a grassy verge and backed by native forest making it the ideal spot for a hinterland picnic or a post-swim snooze under a giant water gum.
Best Brisbane city day trips and winery attraction tours around Southeast Queensland- Be Blown away by the sound of mother nature, explore crystal waterfalls, adventure walking trails and much more! Great Tours for seniors, backpackers and for corporate bonding and healing
Forget having to plan your own trips, forget having to rent out your own car to visit these attraction points, forget having the hassle of driving and not know where you are going, forget having to be on a tour bus, forget about taking your own photos, You’ll have a comfortable luxury modern vehicle and will have great flexibility on where you want to go and how long you want to stay.
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