Imagine a sea of twinkling lights and a breathtaking view of one of Australia’s best cities! The MT Coo-tha lookout is a great place to spend a few hours gazing at the wonders of Brisbane City. There are also picnic and barbeque spots that can be used for a family’s day out in the sun. If you’re up…
Its a visual thing. You can view the whole of the city from this vantage point and to make it more enjoyable there is a restaurant. Just a thing you do when you come to Brisbane. Also close to Indooroopilly and quite close to the Botanical Garden so you could visit both in a day.
Cafe and restaurant with a magnificent view of the city and surrounding Brisbane.
Get a clear understanding of the Brisbane spread. On a good day you can see out to Morton Island. There is a restaurant and cafe at the lookout
“Something to be proud of living in Brisbane Varied and interesting exhibitions and look out for the creative, drawing area for small kids to enjoy...”
“No trip to Brissie would be complete without going to Southbank Parklands. Rich in cultural history, South Bank’s Parklands saw their first glimpse of promise in its post-industrial-period when World Expo 88 opened the area up for public visitation. Enjoyed by so many and seen as a valuable public space to Brisbane after Expo, South Bank’s Parklands were redeveloped for public enjoyment, and that lush inner-city oasis is still enjoyed by the public today.”
“Great for picnics or BBQs or watching the world go by.... Good playground for kids and plenty of Aussie wildlife to spot if you pay close attention. ”
“These beautiful gardens are at the foot of Brisbane’s tallest mountain and are recognised as Brisbane’s premier subtropical gardens. You can also visit the Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium on-site whilst there, it’s just 15 minutes by car. ”