Brisbane Lookout Mount Coot-tha provides a remarkable vantage point to view Brisbane and beyond. Set amongst beautifully manicured gardens and nestled in the natural bushland of Brisbane Forest Park, is the Summit Restaurant and Bar, Function Centre, Kuta Cafe, Gift Shop and Observation Deck.
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
“There are always amazing, unique and different exhibitions and experiences at GOMA.”
“Sunbake on a sandy beach, walk through the rainforest, or visit a Nepalese peace pagoda! This is a 17.5-hectare park overlooking the city centre with canopied walkways leading to performance spaces, lush lawns, eateries and bars, and regular free events ranging from fitness classes to film screenings. The star attractions are Streets Beach, an artificial, lagoon-style swimming beach (packed on weekends); and the near-60m-high Wheel of Brisbane, delivering 360-degree views of town.”
“A great place for a picnic and play in the beautiful gardens. There is a cafe and playground for the kids ”
“Brisbane's Botanic Gardens display a dizzying array of vegetation, from cacti to jungle. It also has a Planetarium, library, herbarium, and cafeteria. The gardens have many lovely walking or jogging tracks and beautiful places to have a picnic. Nestled at the foot of Mount Coot-Tha, the gardens are a popular touristic destination. Also a common wedding venue over the weekend for a lucky few! ”