This is a synagogue on a quiet street facing Margaret Street. I can't go in, but strangely, there is a small synagogue between the buildings. A building that exists for some reason. This is also a 19th century building, but it may not be a tourist attraction. You can watch it from the outside without having to put it inside. It is near the botanical garden.
Brisbane is a cruise stop. Our guide tells us that Brisbane is the fastest growing city in Australia. It is part of Australia known as Queensland, and you will be surprised by the skyscrapers there and will continue to be built. Unfortunately, our Brisbane guide does not know whether there is a synagogue in Brisbane, so during the tour, we searched and found that there is indeed a synagogue in the downtown area on Margaret Street (tour After the end, we explored). Since 1992, this is a historic building that dates back to the 1800s. The round window decorations on the outer wall are very beautiful, and the building is symmetrical, with an arched entrance in the middle. It is used in modern orthodox denominations. We are lucky to get in. If you want to visit the interior, please make sure to arrange in advance. Definitely worth a visit-simple and understated majesty and gorgeous.