Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is located in the suburbs of Brisbane and was established in 1927. There are about 200 koalas here. The protected area includes the Girl District, the Boy District, the Unmarried Koala District, the Married Koala District and the Elderly Koala District. Australian law stipulates that koalas are only allowed in Queensland, and there is an opportunity to hold koalas in the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. In addition to koalas, you can also see a variety of unique Australian animals such as wombats, Tasmanian devils, kangaroos and more. You can also personally feed rainbow parrots, kangaroos and other animals. In addition, there are many performances and activities such as the Shepherd Dog Show, Raptor Show, and Sheep Shearing in the park.
Located on the south bank of the Brisbane River, South Bank Park is a strip-shaped water park built along the river and connected to Brisbane's northern suburbs by Victoria Bridge. This is a great place to enjoy Brisbane's subtropical climate and is the perfect place for outdoor picnics. There are clear artificial beaches and lush meadows in the park. You can barbecue here, take a cruise on the river, or watch a street performance in the square and walk into the cinema to watch the big screen movie.
Moreton Island is a large island in Brisbane, and most of the island's area is covered by national parks. It is known worldwide for its wild dolphins, so it is also known as the "Dolphin Island." It is located in the Pacific Ocean, so you can see whales, seabirds, large groups of dolphins, and enjoy sand tobogganing. In addition to the stunning beach view, the Tangjia Luma Dolphin Resort is another attraction of this island. The island also features Queensland’s ancient lighthouse, wonderful oceanic beaches and blue lagoon at Cape Moreton.
Story Bridge is a well-known bridge in Brisbane. It connects the South Bank with the Brisbane CBD. It is called "Story Bridge" because it is named after the bridge designer's name John Douglas Story. Chinese "Story" Translated into "story". Visitors who like to experience excitement can sign up to climb the story bridge and enjoy the 360-degree panoramic view. The scenery on the bridge is sure to indulge you.
The Kangaroo Point is located on the river bank on the south bank of the Brisbane River. Because the Brisbane River forms a large U-shape here, it is itself on a high ground overlooking the beautiful Brisbane River and the opposite buildings. Although it has the word "kangaroo" in its name, it has nothing to do with kangaroos.