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Anzac Square War Memorial
Brisbane CBD
The Anzac Square War Memorial is uniquely and ideally set in peaceful surrounds amidst the hustle and bustle of city life. Centrally located, Anzac Square is dedicated to Australia's military heritage. The Shrine of Remembrance, with its Eternal Flame, forms the focal point for the radially patterned pathways, pools, lawns and Bribie Island Pine Bottle trees.
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Boondooma Homestead
Proston
Boondooma Homestead represents a step back to 1847 when the Lawson brothers along with Robert Alexander established the Boondooma Station. The homestead and outbuildings are still in their original location and onsite caretakers are available to give you a guided tour. The annual "Bush Balladeers
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Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha
Toowong
The Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha are Queensland's premier subtropical botanic gardens. These 52 hectare gardens are situated seven kilometres from the city centre, and offer a variety of environments and natural wildlife.
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Brisbane Lookout Mount Coot-tha
Mount Coot-tha
As you step out onto the observation deck at Brisbane Lookout Mount Coot-tha, the panoramic views of Brisbane City stretching out to Moreton Bay and around to the distant mountains greet you. These spectacular views are only a short drive from the city centre. At night, the city lights and star-lit skies are spread before you.
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Categories: Dining and Eating Out; Farming, Food and Produce; Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Mining and Industry; Natural Attractions; Parks and Gardens; Scenic Drives and Walks; Shopping;
City Botanic Gardens
Brisbane CBD
The City Botanic Gardens are the city's oldest park, originally planted by convicts in 1825 with food crops to feed the prison colony. These gardens include ancient trees, rainforest glades and exotic species. They run the full length of Alice Street, bordered by Parliament House on the one side and the Brisbane River's northern banks on the other. They provide a lush green haven for city workers and visitors.
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Colmslie Beach Reserve
Brisbane CBD
On the banks of the Brisbane River, the Colmslie Beach Reserve is a great children's playground with the Octopus Garden, barbecues, shelter picnic area and sandy beach.
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Categories: Natural Attractions; Parks and Gardens; Sports and Recreation Facilities;
Kidspace
Chermside
The kids will have a wonderful time at Kidspace in Chermside. There's an undercover bike play area as well as an imaginative playground, fairy tower and rocket control tower. Plus, there's a half court basketball area, a skating, BMX bike and rollerblading area, a cricket net or pitch and a rebound wall. A great facility for the family!
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Musgrave Park Cultural Centre
South Brisbane
This area known as Musgrave Park was, and continues to be, a meeting place for a number of Indigenous groups of South East Queensland, offering a neutral site for holding feasts, ceremonies and the resolution of disputes.
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New Farm Park
New Farm
Only three CityCat stops from the Central Business District, the inner-northern village of New Farm has long been a place to connect with others. Relax in the beautifully shaded surrounds of New Farm Park, where picnickers seem almost permanently perched on deck chairs and checked rugs.
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Redlands IndigiScapes Centre
Redlands
Redlands IndigiScapes Centre is Australia's first environmental centre for indigenous plants. The 14.5 hectare site offers 14 demonstration gardens, over a kilometre of walking tracks, an environmental information centre, conference facilities, tea garden caf
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Categories: Dining and Eating Out; Farming, Food and Produce; Galleries, Museums and Collections; Natural Attractions; Parks and Gardens; Scenic Drives and Walks; Zoos, Sanctuaries, Aquariums and Wildlife Parks;




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