What to See in Brisbane

Wondering what to see in Brisbane? The options are almost endless! The city is filled with historical landmarks, popular attractions, and impressive sights. Brisbane is also the perfect base for discovering everything South East Queensland has to offer – be sure to schedule in a day trip or two!

Experience panoramic views of the city from Mt Coot-tha Lookout, or drive out to Glass House Mountains and be wowed by the natural beauty of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. You’ll have no trouble filling your itinerary with interesting things to see in Brisbane.

Story Bridge

One of the most iconic landmarks in Brisbane, the Story Bridge provides sweeping views over the city. Take a leisurely stroll on the walkway and enjoy the views (and photo opps!) for yourself. If you’re feeling adventurous and don’t mind heights, why not take part in the Story Bridge Climb?

Glass House Mountains

Just an hour’s drive from Brisbane, Glass House Mountains is famous for its natural beauty. Made up of 11 stunning peaks, here you can escape the excitement of the city and enjoy the tranquillity of nature. With walking tracks and lookouts galore, Glass House Mountains is a must-see for every nature lover.

Brisbane City Hall

The heritage-listed Brisbane City Hall is one of the most famous attractions in Brisbane. It also plays host to several important events throughout the year. Learn about the city’s fascinating history with a guided tour featuring the Main Auditorium, Father Henry Willis Organ, and the iconic clock tower. Brisbane City Hall is also home to the Museum of Brisbane, where you can enjoy works by local artists.

Mt Coot-tha Lookout

Another great spot to snap your holiday photos, Mt Coot-tha Lookout offers breathtaking views of Brisbane, all the way to Moreton Bay. Here you can admire the beauty of the city during the day and be enchanted by a fairyland of lights after the sun sets. Wander one of the many walking tracks and stop for lunch at the award-winning restaurant.

South Bank

Rich in culture and buzzing with cafes, restaurants and bars, South Bank is a popular spot for locals and visitors. Indulge your taste buds at one of the many eateries, or pack a picnic to enjoy in the beautiful parklands. However you wish to spend your day, South Bank has something to offer everyone.