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Brisbane Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour
"Hop on your double-decker bus at any of the 15 stops (see the Important Info tab) to begin your tour; your ticket is valid for 24 or 48 hours from first use depending on which option you choose. Enjoy onboard commentary that shares informative det a sandstone building from 1872; the heritage-listed City Hall with its iconic clocktower also home to the Museum of Brisbane; and the Commissariat Store and Old Windmill that are the two remaining buildings of the city's convict era. Along Park Road you can peruse the cafes restaurants and boutiques or hop off at the Cultural Centre to take in art hubs like the Queensland Museum or the Performing Arts Centre. If the sea fascinates you hop off at the Maritime Museum one of the largest of its kind in Australia. Just around the bend you can find the South Bank Parklands which features the sandy Streets Beach
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Brisbane Kayak Tour
"Whether you are a first-timer or an experienced paddler get out and discover Brisbane’s beautiful river city by kayak either day or night. Riverlife’s guided kayaking adventure sessions lets you see the city from a unique angle while you glide along the meandering Brisbane River!Day KayakingJu spills or chills there’s no better way to discover Brisbane’s river city.While you are out on the water have some fun in or out of your kayak. Try paddling while standing (gondola style) rafting in a line and walking on the kayak backs. pairing up and swapping kayaks kayak soccer surfing and basketball! Just ask your friendly instructors! Night KayakingDiscover Brisbane by night aboard an illuminated kayak. Embark on a unique journey with your friends past the dazzling South Bank promenade or marvel at the Story Bridge
From AUD45.00
 
Day or Night Brisbane Segway Tour
"Glide spin and twist your way around Brisbane on a Segway. Cruise past the spectacular views of the Story Bridge South Bank The Botanic Gardens and the Brisbane River. With the Segway’s incredible maneuverability intuitive control and precise deceleration you’ll be the most cutting edge thing on two wheels.The Segway tours are guided by qualified and experienced instructors. No experience is necessary as each session includes full instruction a safety briefing and all equipment. Participants must wear and use the safety equipment provided by Riverlife. Safety equipment provided: helmet and high visual jacket."
From AUD59.00

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Southbank

Well, not exactly! But as you pass over Goodwill Bridge you can look down on the ships below that are on display at the Maritime Museum and save the $16 admission fee. For those of us who are not...
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Sea World

I have been going to Seaworld on and off for the last 30 years. I decided to go there this holiday season to see how the place had changed. Sadly, going to Seaworld has become so expensive it is...
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Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef and home to an amazing diversity of animal life. There are a large number of tour operators that depart from Cairns depending on what you want...
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Four Mile Beach

At the Coral Sea end of 4 mile beach is a concrete walkway and steps that lead to firstly a great view of the beach and as far as can be seen to the horizon, but also the exclusive and expensive...
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Indian head

Drive north along the fabulous 75 mile Beach on the ocean side of Fraser Island and the first major headland you will reach is Indian Head at the northern end of the beach. Aboriginal name “Tuckee “(...
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The Spit

The Mooloolaba Spit is a stretch of land that juts out towards the sea, but is surrounded by water but not actually on the shoreline. The main street on the Spit is Parkyn that reaches the end after a...
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Woorim Beach

The Lions Park at Woorim offers some shade from the string sun during the summer months. It is set back from the beach and is equipped with playgrounds, climbing structures, picnic tables, bbqs,...
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Bulcock Beach

Bulcock Beach starts at the esplanade where you can see people fishing bu you have to walk another 200 m before you reach the sandy area. At low tide there are warm pools for young children to splash...
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Crime

I've heard it can get a bit rowdy over in Fortitude Valley, but in the central part of the city it felt extremely safe even into the early hours of the morning. What's more, for what felt like a...
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Water safety.

If you come to the Gold Coast then you are most likely going to enjoy one of the long, white, sandy beaches. Beaches in Australia are patrolled by volunteer Lifesavers for your safety. Some people are...
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BRIBIE ISLAND

Although we did not see any kangaroos or koalas while driving around Bribie Island there were several signs warning motorists that they were in the vicinity, so be on the lookout while in your car. ...
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Maroochydore Beach Stingers

Australia is home of arguably the most deadly animal in the world, the Box Jellyfish. Its venom is the most toxic in the animal kingdom. As a result of this one hears and reads much about these...
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Warning Signs

Walking along the esplanade at Caloundra you could be mistaken for thinking that it was a very dangerous place to visit as there were quite a few signs warning of the dangers of being there. First...
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Cattle Stock Routes

Eulo was a small bush town where anything goes, I mean where else would you find Cattle roaming along the main street (main highway) and heading through any open gate they could find or over any low...
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Kewarra Street, Kewarra Beach 4878, Australia
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Sea World Drive, Main Beach, Gold Coast, QLD 4217, Australia
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Private Beach Rd, Oak Beach, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4871, Australia
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cnr The Esplanade & Coconut Grove, Airlie Beach, Great Barrier Reef, 4802, Australia
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Gold Coast Hwy & Laycock, (Formerly "Legends Hotel"), Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, 4217, Australia
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