3 Fantastic Day Trip Ideas in Brisbane
Brisbane is one of Australia’s most visited cities and once you’ve been here, you will understand why it is such a huge attraction for many. Its beautiful setting – a city that lies around the picturesque Brisbane River, makes this city a fairly unique destination. There is so much to do in the area that it is easy to spend weeks here and still have things left that you haven’t done yet. So if you are limited on time, make the most out of your visit by prioritising the best day trips that Brisbane has to offer. You can also make your visit a whole lot easier by using coach hire in Brisbane for your next day trip.
Here are the top 3 day trips that you shouldn’t miss:
Described by many visitors as a trip to paradise, Stradbroke Island is an unmissable experience if you are in the area. A 45 minute ferry trip from the centre of Brisbane, this amazing place is actually the second largest sand island in the world, lying at 40km in length! Naturally, its beaches are something of complete awe – pure white beaches that will make you never want to leave. Whilst on the island, you can spend time with wildlife, walk the North Gorge to take in some amazing scenery and head to Brown Lake for a truly unique experience.
Springbook and Tamborine Rainforest
Head out to Springbrook to experience the Australian rainforests in all of their glory. Take a walk around the Springbrook National Park for a scenic trail with landscape that you’ve never seen anything like before. The magnificent Mt Tamborine is one of the most popular tourist areas on the east coast, and includes numerous wineries and restaurants where you can take in the picturesque views whilst you relax with a drink. You can even go to Cedar Creek, famous for the Glow Warm caves. Or try a trip to see rock pools and waterfalls. There really is an abundance of activities and things to see on the beautiful Springbrook and Tamborine Rainforest day trip.
Brisbane City Tour
Whilst the surrounding areas of Brisbane are simply stunning, you can’t visit the area without making the most of the city itself. The Brisbane River winds around the city centre and offers a multitude of watersports activities and walks around the riverbanks. Book a cruise on the river to take in the sights from the water. Take in the history of the city with visits to the City Hall and St John's Cathedral and relax at one of the fine bars and restaurants with a magnificent view of the magnificent river. There is so much to do and take in around Brisbane city centre that you should really spend at least a few days in this amazing place if you can. The South Bank Parklands spans an astonishing 17 hectares of garden area and lawns, so a trip there is definitely worthwhile. Take one of the many excellent Brisbane City Tours or make your own trip but make sure that you spend some time appreciating the central attractions of Brisbane City. Getting in and around Brisbane can be hard work, with its busy traffic and huge population. Make your day trip a more relaxing experience - talk to us today to book low-cost Brisbane bus hire (with a driver). Our friendly staff at Travel Safe will take care of all of your transport requirements, leaving you to take in the outstanding attractions of Brisbane, instead of worrying about busy roads and the complexities of public transport.
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