Popular places to visit in Woolloongabba
Shop for books or fashion, grab a bite to eat in a restaurant or bar and watch street performers entertain the crowds along Brisbane’s central shopping district.
Swim in the sparkling water of an inner-city beach, stroll through lush gardens and taste gourmet gelato all while staying close to Brisbane’s busy downtown area.
Stroll through this inner-city oasis with lake, subtropical flowers, native plants, public art and water features.
Cuddle a koala, hand-feed kangaroos and see other iconic Australian wildlife only a short distance from central Brisbane.
Catch an event at The Gabba during your trip to Brisbane. Amble around this culturally rich area's riverfront or experience its fascinating museums.
Enjoy the collegiate vibe around University of Queensland, a top university in Brisbane. Stroll along the riverfront in this culturally rich area, or check out its top-notch restaurants.
Top things to do in Woolloongabba
Sightseeing River Cruise with Admission to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Day Admission
Australia Zoo Admission with Express Transfers
Springbrook & Tamborine Rainforest Full-Day Tour
Noosa, Eumundi & Sunshine Coast Hinterland Excursion
Indoor Go-Kart Racing at Game Over on the Gold Coast
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The abundant dining options and stunning river views are top of the list for many visitors to Kangaroo Point. A stop by The Gabba or Story Bridge might round out your trip.
South Brisbane is a destination visitors seek out for is abundant dining options, interesting museums, and stunning river views. You might want to check out attractions like South Bank Parklands or Queensland Performing Arts Centre while you're exploring the neighborhood.
Brisbane Central Business District
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Queen Street Mall and Roma Street Parkland are just a few worthwhile attractions to visit in Brisbane Central Business District. Travelers also love the beautiful gardens, stunning river views, and popular shops.
Unique features of New Farm include the river views and coffeehouses. Make a stop by New Farm Park or Brisbane Powerhouse while you're exploring the area.
You'll enjoy the museums and golf courses in St. Lucia. You might want to make time for a stop at Saint Lucia Golf Links or UQ Anthropology Museum.
Spring Hill is known for its popular shops, and with sights like St. Paul's Presbyterian Church and Spiritual Church of Brisbane, you won't get bored spending a day wandering around this part of Brisbane.