A Few Reasons To Visit Brisbane At Least Once In Your Life
Sydney? Already seen that. Melbourne? Done that too. Perth? Was ok. Anything else?
Brisbane is also known as the gateway to Queensland. It has some fantastic sights and sounds in Australia and also some great places to eat. Most of the city is situated along the Brisbane River which has some great museums and science centers but don’t forget about the wildlife which you can find pretty much everywhere!
In this blog, we are going to tell you a few reason why you should visit Brisbane at least once in your life.
If you’re travelling as a group, you can make your visit a whole lot easier by arranging a reliable coach charter service in Brisbane to conveniently transfer your group to and from your accommodation. This way, your group can enjoy the whole trip and avoid hurrying to catch up with the public transportation schedule. Contact Travel Safe today to arrange your group transportation requirements in Brisbane or to ask for a FREE quotation.
Visit Moreton Island
Moreton Island is only a short cruise from Brisbane and takes only and hour and fifteen minutes via boat. It is not only a perfect holiday destination but it also makes a great day out too. It provides you with an adventurous, educational and nature based experience which sits right on Brisbane's door step.
It is the 3rd largest sand island in the world and a small proportion of it is a small area of sandstone and rhyolite at Cape Moreton. It has the highest coastal sand dune in the world called Mount tempest which at 285 meters provides you with a 360 degrees of fantastic views.
There is plenty to do on Moreton Island such as:
- Visit The Big & Little Sandhills
- Blue Lagoon
- Lighthouse Cape Moreton
- Dolphin Lake
- Tangalooma Wrecks
- Feed Wild Dolphins
- World War II Relics
- Harper’s Rock
And Much more!
Hug A Koala
Come and cuddle one of Australia’s favourite furry animals, The Koala, at the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, which is the world’s first Koala sanctuary. Brisbane is the only legal state that allows visitors to hold koalas legally and it provides you with a great snapshot for a furry cuddle experience.
Only 12 km from Brisbane City, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is the world’s first and largest koala sanctuary with 130 koalas.
At Lone Pine, we hope you also:
- Don't just see animals, but meet them
- Connect emotionally with nature
- Experience habitats
- Understand that protecting habitats is protecting wildlife
- See and hear information relevant to you and your part of the world
- Share your memories
Take A Dive - From The Sky!
Go and sign yourself up for a skydive. You may not think of skydiving in Brisbane but it happens.
Once you have everything in place you can take the leap of faith from the sky and enjoy the aerial view of what Brisbane has to offer. With an adrenaline rush of course!
Contact Brisbane Skydive Team Today for more info!
Jump over the beach in Brisbane and land on the sand every single time! Located in beachside Redcliffe, just 30 minutes out of the hustle and bustle of the CBD, you'll experience magnificent views of Brisbane, Moreton Bay and Bribie Island. We jump out of planes every day of the week, with awesome midweek discounts.
Our Brisbane drop zone is the only skydive centre in Brisbane, and our dedicated and experienced team have taken thousands of first time tandem skydivers on an incredible journey of free falling! Reach speeds of over 200 km/hr from up to 15,000ft above Earth, then fly your own parachute before coming in for a soft landing right on the beach!
When you need to book a group transportation, make sure to book with Travel Safe Coach Hire as your reliable minibus hire service. Travel Safe can provide a low–cost minibus hire to go around the different areas of Brisbane. For booking or any enquiries, contact us today!