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Best things to do in Fig Tree Pocket

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

“Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is very close to us so it is ideal for International visitors to see many of the wild Australian animals. They have koalas, kangaroos, emus and others. It is on the edge of the Brisbane River in Fig Tree Pocket and makes a lovely day out.”
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Bus Stop
“Naturally landscaped koala sanctuary The world's largest koala sanctuary, with a zoo housing Australian native animal species.”
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Shopping Mall
“Factory Outlet Shopping - Shoes, Clothes, Homewares. All sorts of brands at discounted prices.”
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“A very big park along side the Brisbane River that is about 5 mins drive from us. This is a great park for a family gathering or somewhere for the kids to run and play. This park also hosts Park Run every Saturday morning at 7am. It's a hosted and timed 5km run from the park and along side the river. Great fun for serious and fun runners.”
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“Great hotel for a drink and a meal. Only a short drive away from where we live.”
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“Head in the opposite direction, cross Oxley Road and walk under the railway line for a greater variety of fresh food, restaurants, fashion boutiques, cafes and restaurants, and art-house cinema.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
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“The best place you are going to visit in Australia. A huge area full of kangaroos and wallabies and you can just sit with them, feed them, hug them... they are completely 'free range' there and tame. You can also pay to hug a sweet Koala! :) And see other Australian animals (birds, bats etc).”
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Historic Site
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“This is an amazing huge park with lots of things to do for the kids, BBQ spots, water playground with little pools for the kids etc. There is a beautiful walk from there all the way to the centenary bridge next to the river in Sinnamon Park, which is a very beautiful place great for running going on the bike etc.”
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