Today, Brisbane is one of the largest and most attractive cities of Australia. With an extremely pleasant climate, the capital of Queensland is a place of keen outdoor pursuits that are enjoyed by both children and adults.
South Bank Parklands
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Due East Gumdale
This restaurant offers accessible menus without affecting quality. Children have their own menu and can choose between fish and chips, pasta, grilled ham, ice cream and candy, before going out into the play area.
Famished on Frasers
Parents will enjoy either the terrace or sitting inside. A children's menu is available, along with a box of crayons and a drawing book.
The Sciencentre for Toddlers
Children discover the fascinating world of sciences in an interactive universe where they can touch the model exhibits. The optical illusions corner is popular but the entire museum is a success.
Come and have a (close!) encounter with a large variety of animals not only from Australia, but from around the world. The new attractions at the zoo are worth a day trip to Nambour.
This museum is the ideal destination for families in search of knowledge. Through technological innovations and activities for the smallest children, discover the history of Queensland.
Queensland Maritime Museum
Guided by a team of enthusiastic volunteers, discovered historical vessels like the Diamantina (which children particularly enjoy). Do not forget your camera because there will be numerous opportunities to capture these memorable moments.
Everyone knows of Steve Irwin and the crocodiles but the zoo offers many other activities: meet the rhinoceroses, feed the elephants, and much more. Unforgettable moments!
Walkabout Creek the Gap
This nature reserve located 12 km from the centre of town is the perfect excuse to get some fresh air and to explore the subtropical forest. The children will enjoy finding owls, frogs, crayfish, squirrels and bandicoots.