||The Windmill, Story Bridge, Kangaroo Point, South Bank Parklands, Roma Street Parkland, the Brisbane City Botanic
Gardens, Mount Coot, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and the Brisbane Forest Park.
||Queen Street, Milton's Park Road, New Farm,
|Near by Places (Excursions):
||South & North Stradbroke
Islands, Blue Lake and Tortoise Lagoon and Keyhole Lake, Brisbane Forest
Park, Moreton Bay
|Famous Food & Beverages (Gourmet's Delight
||Continental, Sea food, Oysters, Cheese, Wines,
|History & Evolution
The city of Brisbane was named after the
Governor of New South Wales turned astronomer, Sir Thomas Brisbane. The city was
built on the site of an old convict colony (Redcliffe). The city is located far from Sydney and served as a place where the convicts were sent after punishment.
Brisbane is blessed with historical houses, museums and churches that attract tourists from across the world. A stroll around in the Paddington and the Spring Hill area is very refreshing. The beautiful landscapes and the historical monuments are loved by tourists and residents alike.
The sunny city of Brisbane has a beautiful climate round the year. The city is encircled by mountains and rivers. The following are the major attractions in the city of Brisbane:
- Brisbane - City Hall
- Brisbane - Earlystreet Historical Village
- Brisbane - Gondwana Rainforest Sanctuary
- Brisbane - Old Government House Brisbane - Queensland Cultural Centre
- Brisbane - South Bank Parklands
- Brisbane - Treasury Building
- Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha Moreton Island