Things to do in Brisbane Australia
Called as the Sunshine State, Queenslanders love the amazing outdoors. From fresh farmers market and hikes to a wonderful outdoor cinema, the state capital truly shines when exploring the outside.
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This stylish, trendy hub of Brisbane is where you will find the chicest shops. From trendy Queensland label Aje to the luxe St Bars lifestyle store, it is value visiting even if you can just window-shop in for a drink and charcuterie platter at Gerard Bars for some sustenance.
New Farm Park
Despite New Farm boasting limitless cafes, bars, and boutiques shops, New Farm Park has long been considered a must-visit in this trendy suburb. Unwind, relax and take in the sweet scent of the iconic rose gardens, while enjoying a picnic by the river.
For a pretty slice of France in Albion, go to Vieille Branche. This French idea store has vintage furniture, knick knacks, homewares, cheese shop, a cafe, and garden nursery all in one. They also run a big range of creative workshops throughout the year.
Powerhouse farmers markets
You will find most New Farm locals at the markets on Saturday morning, collecting their vegetables and fruit and gourmet treats. Ensure you grab some delicious samples while strolling the markets.
Eat street markets
This is foodie heaven. Placed by the Brisbane River in Hamilton, Eat Street Markets are not to be missed. Open from Friday to Sunday, they are packed with every taste from under the sun. think doughnut fries and decadent milkshakes to wood fired pizzas and Malaysian street food.
City Botanic Gardens
Brisbane Botanic Gardens are tropical and lush, thanks to the city hot climate. Positioned on the edge of the Brisbane River, the city Botanic Garden offers tranqulity next to Brisbane amazing CBD.
Golden Pig Cooking Class
Love tasty cooking? Learn the ideas of the trade from the master chefs at Golden Pig. Not only do they expert in cooking lessons, they also host beer and wine classes and foodie events. Get ready for a tasty experience.
For a visit to museum, galleries, theater or dip in the man-made streets Beach, go to the Brisbane cultural precinct. With amazing views across the river and onto Brisbane CBD, Southbank provides a selection of activities and some of the city’s top bars and restaurants. If you have tried the well-known Doughnut time, it is a must try at Southbank.