Brilliant Brisbane, with interesting art galleries, a buzzing bar & restaurant scene and a man-made, city beach in the summer (how Aussie is that?!). Have a go at climbing Brisbane Story Bridge, try skydiving over Glasshouse Mountains or visit the picturesque Moreton Island, whatever you do, Brisbane is without a doubt a must see on your East Coast Adventure.
Brisbane is the capital and largest city of the Australian state of Queensland. With over 2.5 million people, Brisbane is even the 3rd most populated metropolis in Australia. Brisbane has a comfortable subtropical climate, which makes the city an attractive destination throughout the year. Brisbane also has an international airport, so you can even start your Aussie adventure from here. The city is favoured for beaches, bays, and islands!
There are several unique ways to see Queensland’s capital and its surroundings. At Skydive Brisbane you jump from 15,000 feet, make a freefall, and eventually soar over the impressive Glass House Mountains and the pristine Moreton Bay.
But entertaining activities can also be found within the city borders! You can climb the Story Bridge in the heart of Brisbane, and see the skyline from a height no less than 74 metres.
Moreton Island is a favoured getaway, seemingly far away from the crowded city. If you’re seeking a relaxing time, the explorer tour of Moreton Island treats you with leisure activities such as swimming, kayaking in translucent kayaks, and snorkelling above Moreton’s coral reefs. Go live the island life for two days!
Springbrook National Park is one of the jewels of Queensland. Located 100 kilometres south of Brisbane, this reserve consists of caves, waterholes, and captivating rainforests. A tour of this area and nearby Tamborine Rainforest leads you to the magnificent forests, thundering waterfalls, and some very special inhabitants: glow worms.
More expeditions outside the city await on Bribie Island, un unspoiled reserve with beaches and bushland. Through a complete tour is this isle, you can meet up with native animals, do kayaking in brilliant lagoons of Bribie Island, and even visit a bunker from World War II. You’ll be driven around in Aussie style: a 4WD will take you anywhere in this island!