Must see and do
Discover Mount Coot-tha, home to Queensland’s premier sub-tropical botanic gardens
Cruise Brisbane River for a great view of the city
Experience real Australian culture at the Old Museum and Old Art Gallery
Feed the dolphins at the Tangalooma Wild Dolphin Resort on Moreton Bay Island
Visit the twice-weekly markets in Eumundi, featuring quirky gifts, live music and Australian art
Brisbane City Tour (Half Day) Brisbane’s city centre comprises a blend of historic buildings and modern skyscrapers. A great way to see the city is from the observation platform in the 85-metre clock tower of the City Hall in King George Square. You will pass many of Brisbane’s historical and interesting buildings including Anzac Square, City Hall, Customs House, Old Government House, Old Windmill, and Parliament House. Brisbane Casino, once the Old Treasury Building, is a definite must-see for its architecture, casino and food. Heading further along George Street, you will discover Parliament House, a French Renaissance building overlooking the Botanic Gardens.
Brisbane Crocodile Express Tour (Half Day) The Sunshine Coast is home to the Crocodile Hunter’s Australia Zoo. This tour goes directly to and from Australia Zoo, made famous by Steve and Terri Irwin with their global documentaries and now a legacy to this famous conservationist. You will have time to experience the best of Australia Zoo with almost six hours to see the many shows and demonstrations, including crocodile feeding and snake handling. The handlers even walk the animals through the park so you can get “up close and personal”. View the majestic Glasshouse Mountains bordered by pineapple plantations and pine forests.
Lone Pine & Mount Coot-Cha (Full Day) Nature lovers will definitely enjoy the first part of this tour, which takes guests to the oldest koala sanctuary in the world - Lone Pine. There is a host of Australian animals to see, koalas to cuddle and kangaroos to feed. Lunch or dinner is on the foreshores of Moreton Bay at Scarborough Boat Harbour, where guests can choose between fresh seafood and a restaurant meal. Mount Coot-tha is the final tour stop, offering a brilliant overview of Brisbane and surrounds, which is particularly stunning at night.