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About South Brisbane
Brisbane is the capital of Queensland, an Australian state, and is also one of the oldest cities in Australia. South Brisbane is one of the inner city suburbs in Brisbane, located along the southern bank of the Brisbane River. South Bank is the lifestyle and cultural hub located on the southern banks of the Brisbane river, and is home to world-class museums and art galleries to public parks and convention centers, offering visitors a wide array of activities to choose from.
Things to Do in South Brisbane
Visit the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art, which houses an extensive collection of international and Australian paintings, sculptures and art objects. Spend an afternoon at the Parklands, a sprawling area that has lush green lawns, gardens, and offers family-friendly activities such as playgrounds, picnic and barbecue areas, free swimming facilities, walking tracks, and the Wheel of Brisbane—a well-known Ferris wheel which is a great way to see 360-degree panoramic views of Brisbane at night. Go shopping and eat at the many restaurants located along Little Stanley and Grey Streets, which overlook the Parklands and are near some hotels, cafes and bars. If you’re seeking culture, places to check out include the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, State Library of Queensland and the Queensland Museum and Sciencentre.
Day Trips Near South Brisbane
There are many fun daytrip options located near South Brisbane, among them North Stradbroke Island, which is famous for scenic headlands and white sandy beaches. Moreton Island is the third-largest sand island in the world and has sand dunes, beaches, lakes and lagoons. The Scenic Rim is home to lush rainforests and mountain ranges, while Redlands is a seaside area where people go to relax. Ipswich has green spaces and heritage buildings, and offers lots of cosmopolitan dining options paired with urban charm. Lockyer Valley is less than an hour away from Brisbane and offers a laidback country atmosphere with gorgeous views of the valley. The Sunshine Coast is made up of beach resorts, surf spots and stretches from Caloundra, a coastal city near Brisbane, all the way up to the Cooloola section of Great Sandy National Park.
South Brisbane Accommodation
There are many unique and cultured neighborhoods to stay in during your next trip to South Brisbane. South Bank is located along the banks of the Brisbane River and has expansive parklands, world-class eateries, river views, and tones of year-round events. Ascot and Hamilton have tree-lined streets, fine restaurants, chic boutiques, and are the home to Brisbane horseracing. The bayside area is where the boats and marina are located, and are popular destinations for water activities and picnics. Bulimba and Hawthorne are suburbs with beautifully renovated homes, as well as an assortment of eateries, cafes and bookshops.
Transportation in South Brisbane
There are plenty of different types of transportation in South Brisbane, including several bus stations that run throughout the city and a speedy network of electric trains that provide access to various neighborhoods and suburbs. There is also ferries (known as CityCats) that link South Brisbane to other riverside suburbs and are a great way to see the place. Taxis are also available throughout the city, and biking is another great option—Brisbane prides itself on being a green city, and there are extensive bike paths that run through the town. Bikes are also available for rent at various inner city destinations.