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Boggo Road Gaol Brisbane, Australia 44.2 km away
#1 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
Tour guide was lovely and explained the history perfectly so i highly recommend this tour for anyone interested in historical sites.
Overall Boggo Road Gaol is a wonderful and iconic site to visit.
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New Farm River Walk Brisbane, Australia 46.7 km away
#2 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
Beautiful experience to try, walk, bicycle, running ect Excellent view of the city and safety, clean, absolutely to try!
It is fantastic - nice and cool with the river breeze even on a hot day (although you should bring a hat) and the views are just wonderful - across to Hamilton and Bulimba and Hawthorn on the other side of the river.
Catholic Old St. Stephen's Church (chapel) Brisbane, Australia 44.5 km away
#3 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
Got married in this church and it is absolutely breathtaking to walk in and view - open most hours you just have to feel the place to know how many years it has been standing for
Although the site is fairly centrally located and eady to access it really is a place of reflection and peace.
Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt. Coot-tha Brisbane, Australia 39.4 km away
#4 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
Whether you want a picnic with friends, to enjoy the flower gardens, the lakes, the Japenese gardens, or the view from the city at the top of the park, its a great place to escape the hustle and bustle and relax!
I love mt Cootha we take all our overseas and interstate visitors there you get a great prospective of the city and surrounds and fabulous restaurants to sit and eat and just absorb the views oh and there is a gre...
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#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Miles
Congratulations to the council and local volunteers who made this wonderful site a reality.
There are 25 sites to walk through read and enjoy.
St. John's Anglican Cathedral Brisbane, Australia 44.6 km away
#5 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
And what a wonderful Welcome Staff/Volunteer Parishoners they have on site to greet you!
The rose window, stained glass windows, cathedra, buttresses, etc serve to highlight the beauty of this renowned landmark.
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Mount Coot-tha Lookout Brisbane, Australia 37.5 km away
#8 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
Under the moonlight, we sung happy birthday while enjoying the breathtaking views of twinkling city lights, the Brisbane River meandering through the green pastures of the Greater Brisbane Region and the soaring h...
Night time at Mt Cootha is just as spectacular with the panoramic view of Brisbane City all lit up and twinkling is absolutely magical... Enjoy the stunning view from the Summit Restaurant, be sure to make a booki...
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Picnic Point Toowoomba, Australia
#1 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Toowoomba
Outstanding breath taking view on a clear day right across the ranges some great walking tracks so take strong shoes if you are really keen you can climb table top mountain which you can see from the top
Beautifully kept grounds and a lovely cafe with spectacular views welcomed us on a perfect Sunday morning outing during our recent visit to Toowoomba.
Albert Street Uniting Church Brisbane, Australia 44.0 km away
#10 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
Explore the river by ricer cats or a short 30 min driver and you are up in the mountains enjoying the sites we have to offer.
Amazing view of old and new structures.
Newstead House Brisbane, Australia 46.4 km away
#11 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
... Creek for Lunch.This House is Very old and you can see where the servants use to cook the dinner for the rich people and where they use to sleep.Its full of History and Great Views of Brisbane River and the docks
The building alone is worth the visit, but superb artifacts and furniture from the building and its period, and simply lovely grounds on the Brisbane River make this site a very special place to visit.
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