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Best things to do in South Brisbane

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.

Park
“An enormous artificial beach, great for a swim, a stroll, markets twice a week ”
461local recommendations
Theme Park Ride / Attraction
“Observation wheel offering city views Enclosed gondolas carry visitors 200 feet into the air day & night for panoramic views of Brisbane.”
63local recommendations
Establishment
“Unique experience to see Brisbane onboard one of the city cat, one that shouldn’t be missed out on!”
31local recommendations
Boat or Ferry
“You can visit South Ban, take ferry City Hopper for free to Kangaroo point or Eagle st for dinner, or Botanic Garden ”
8local recommendations
Neighbourhood
“An array of shops markets & restaurants - A MUST DO in Brisbane & so easy to access from Alderley.”
5local recommendations
Establishment
“Nepalese peace is one of the most significant heritage items in Brisbane from the hosting of the World Expo’88. Just 5 minutes walk from my apartment via Russel walk. ”
4local recommendations
Boat or Ferry
1local recommendations
Snack Place
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“An amazing place to grab a juice, smoothie or anything healthy, plus they make the most amazing Acai bowls!”
2local recommendations
Plaza
“'City Cat' Ferry (up/down river) - approx location. Southbank Parklands, Beach, Convention Centre, Restaurants, Markets. nearby; Terminal for 'Cross-River' Ferry. http://www.translink.com.au/”
2local recommendations
Health
“Parkrun at Southbank or Stones Corner. 7 am on Saturdays. Check Parkrun website for details.”
2local recommendations
Lounge
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“made sustainably from precast concrete and recycled plastic, is a public art piece that doubles as trendy piece of outdoor seating amongst South Bank's Rainforest Walk”
1local recommendations
Pedestrian Plaza
“Be transported to a lush, tranquil rainforest in the heart of Brisbane at the South Bank Rainforest Walk. Nestled in the heart of South Bank on the edge of the Clem Jones Promenade and next to the exquisite Nepalese Pagoda, this enchanting man-made rainforest offers the perfect escape from hustle and bustle of the city. Discover wildlife and the vast array of tropical and sub-tropical plants, wander along the raised wooden walkways through a canopy of tropical trees and over the idyllic water features, or just sit and enjoy the surroundings. ”
1local recommendations
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