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Brisbane is the capital and largest city in Queensland. It’s also the third biggest city in all of Australia.

Tourists who enjoy good music, nightlife, seafood, and shopping will love what Brisbane has to offer! With a population of over 3 million people, you can bet there is plenty of great food and attractions to check out while visiting this city. It’s one of the top five most popular destinations in Australia, and tourists are often seen visiting popular attractions like the South Bank Parklands, Roma Street Parkland, the City Botanic Gardens and Portside Wharf. Brisbane has the ability to offer visitors a peek into the past and a glimpse into the future. Make your way to the historic Windmill of Old Commissariat Store which was built by convicts back in 1828. Otherwise, take a trip into the future by stopping at the new Gallery of Modern Art. Brisbane is a great city for those who like to be outdoors. Tropical gardens and exceptional markets can keep tourists busy all day long! It’s previously been voted one of the top ten most beautiful cities in the world, and once you visit Brisbane you’ll understand why. Whether you’re traveling with friends or family, this amazing Australia destination is guaranteed to leave them with some exciting stories which they won’t soon forget. Look over some of the most popular attractions below!

Brisbane Natural Attractions
Mount Coot-tha
City Botanic Gardens
St Helena Island National Park
Brisbane Forest Park
Yeronga Memorial Park
Glass House Mountains National Park

Brisbane Man-Made Attractions
Lone Pine Koala Sactuary
Queensland Gallery of Modern Art
Roma Street Parkland
Suncorp Stadium
Sea World Gold Coast
Wheel of Brisbane
Treasury Casino
The Gabba
Museum of Brisbane

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G'day mates! I'm Susan, a feisty Aussie writer with a love for all things quirky and unconventional. When I'm not pounding away at my keyboard, you can find me binge-watching 'The Bold and the Beautiful' (don't judge me), or trying to teach my pet koala how to do the cha-cha. My writing style can best be described as a mix of sass and wit, with a dash of down-under charm. So if you're in the mood for a good time and a good yarn, give my work a read!

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