Brisbane, Australia

Brisbane city skyline and Brisbane river viewing from Kangaroo Point

Introduction to Brisbane, Australia

With its harmonious mix of elegant colonial sandstone structures and modern glass skyscrapers, Brisbane is one of the world's fastest developing cities. Located alongside the beautiful Brisbane River, this friendly, welcoming city has a laid back, vibrant atmosphere and offers an abundance of walks, reserves and barbecue hotspots to enjoy.

Built along the winding Brisbane River, this easy-going city is lined by a series of walks, reserves and barbecue hotspots, and has a mix of modern skyscrapers and cultural buildings. You’ll also find Australia Zoo – home of the family of the late Steve Irwin – and the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, where you can observe native Australian animals.

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Brisbane River, Australia

BRISBANE RIVER CRUISE (TOUR L)

Must do tour
  • Take in a delightful cruise along the Brisbane River
  • Admire the charm and beauty of the city from the water
  • Relax and enjoy lunch aboard your paddle-wheeler as you savour impressive views
Boat Tour
Price£70.00 - £80.00
DurationApprox. 6 hours
Walking level 1 - minimal or no walkingMinimal or no walking
Snack includedSnack included

Enjoy a leisurely cruise down the meandering Brisbane River on a marvellous wooden Mississippi-style paddle boat.

Begin with a short orientation drive to view the mansions of Hamilton Hill, the historic Breakfast Creek Hotel and Newstead House, before arriving at the wharf where your paddle-wheeler awaits to transport you on a relaxing journey along the river.

On board the paddle-wheeler you can unwind and admire the sights, including the million dollar mansions that line the banks at Norman Park, the historic Shafston House and Kangaroo Point, and the Story Bridge. As you marvel at the eclectic mix of historic and modern architecture that comprises the city, take in the informative commentary that will introduce you to Brisbane’s landmarks, culture and people.

Travelling further down the river, you will pass extensive Southbank parklands and the site of Expo 1988. Sit back and immerse yourselves in the ambience and atmosphere of this charming city whilst you enjoy a three-course lunch.

Following your river cruise, enjoy a brief tour of some additional highlights of the city, and stop briefly at the Mount Coot-tha lookout point to admire the views.

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Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? All guests must be able to step on and off the coach, and to negotiate the steps and gangway leading to the paddle-wheeler. There are also steps to negotiate between the decks on board the vessel. One deck will be exclusive to Fred. Olsen guests – there may be members of the public on the other decks. For reference, the boat will be covered. Please note depending upon the berth of your ship, this tour may be five hours in duration. Lunch includes tea, coffee and water – all other drinks are at your own expense.


Curtis Waterfall near Mount Tamborine, Australia

MOUNT TAMBORINE & THE GOLD COAST (TOUR G)

  • Explore the impressive volcanic plateau of Mount Tamborine
  • Wander through art, craft, pottery, nic-nac and souvenirs stores
  • Visit a mystical Glow Worm Cave
  • Enjoy wine tasting at a local winery
  • Discover the Gold Coast and its famous beach resorts and beachfront shopping precinct
  • Soak up the sunshine at the world-renowned Surfers Paradise beach
Price£95.00 - £105.00
DurationApprox. 8 hours
LimitationLimited capacity
Walking level 1 - minimal or no walkingMinimal or no walking
Snack includedSnack included
Free time includedFree time included

Venture inland to the Mount Tamborine volcanic plateau, home to rainforest, waterfalls, wineries and orchards, before travelling to the Gold Coast, famed for its many resorts, fine shops and dazzling beaches.

Mount Tamborine, lying inland from the fabled Gold Coast, is a volcanic plateau home to national parkland, rainforests and groves of macadamia nut, kiwi and avocado. Your tour includes a fascinating guided walk through a mystical Glow Worm cave and wine tasting at a local winery, as well as time in the area’s thriving arts, antiques and crafts scene where you can take the time to browse for souvenirs. During your visit, enjoy lunch at a charming winery restaurant overlooking a lake alive with native wildlife.

Each year, more than five million visitors flock to the Gold Coast. Your drive will take you past the resort hotels, casinos and beaches. Enjoy some time at the legendary beach known as Surfers Paradise to relax or explore the shopping precinct area at leisure.

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Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? Please note that the majority of walking involved in this tour is optional and therefore at the discretion of the individual. There is approximately 300 metres (984 feet) of walking involved at the Glow Worm cave and the winery. Please note that guests must be aged 18 and over to participate in the wine tasting.


Kangaroos grazing, Brisbane

4X4 ADVENTURE (TOUR E)

  • Experience a thrilling 4x4 adventure
  • Enjoy a leisurely walk through subtropical rainforest
  • Learn more about bush tucker and look out for the local flora and fauna
Activity Tour
Price£105.00-£120.00
DurationApprox. 8 hours
LimitationLimited capacity
Walking level 2 - moderate walkingModerate walking
Snack includedSnack included
Refreshments includedRefreshments included
Swimming time includedSwimming time included

Climb aboard your four-wheel drive vehicle and embark on an unforgettable adventure through the dramatic landscapes of the Gold Coast Hinterland.

Journey through one of Queensland’s farming and grazing regions before ascending the Mountain Plateau of Tambourine Mountain via a bush track – the original path built by pioneers to transport their produce from the volcanic plateau of the mountain to the coast.

Enjoy morning tea and take in a leisurely nature walk with an experienced bush guide through the subtropical rainforest, where you can marvel at the cascading waterfalls and capture photographs of the impressive panoramic views.

Lunch will be a traditional Aussie barbecue at Spring Gully – enough to satisfy the heartiest of appetites. Spring Gully is tucked away beside a crystal clear creek, and is surrounded by 300 acres of bush and farmland, where cattle, wallabies and kangaroos graze contentedly side by side. Colourful parrots, kookaburras, magpies and butcher birds are frequent visitors, with the less timid willing to pose for that special photograph. Lunchtime entertainment includes a whip-cracking demonstration, boomerang throwing and a refreshing swim in a cool mountain stream, should time and conditions permit.

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Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? This tour is not recommended for guests with limited mobility or wheelchair users. The nature walk will take approximately 50 minutes, and some varying gradients will be encountered. The size of the covered four-wheel drive vehicles used varies from five to 13 seaters, and two large steps will have to be negotiated to board them. Some of the driving will be off-road, and because of this, this tour may prove to be unsuitable for guests with heart, neck and back problems, or pregnant women. Professional driver/guides are used, and they will give an informative commentary. What flora and fauna may be seen cannot be guaranteed. It is recommended that you wear casual clothing, sensible, comfortable enclosed shoes, sun protection and insect repellent. You may wish to bring swimwear and a towel, as a refreshing dip in a cool mountain creek MAY be possible (this is dependent on weather and river conditions). A selection of refreshments is available with lunch, including beer and wine – it is not advisable to drink alcoholic beverages if you intend to swim. The itinerary may be operated in a different order to that described.


4X4 TO STRADBROKE ISLAND (TOUR EX)

  • Experience a thrilling 4x4 off-road adventure to the beautiful North Stradbroke Island
  • Marvel at impressive views of some of the most photographed beaches on Queensland’s coastline
  • Savour time to relax and explore the area at leisure
Activity Tour
Price£140.00 - £150.00
DurationApproximately 7 hours
Walking level 2 - moderate walkingModerate walking
Snack includedSnack included
Refreshments includedRefreshments included

Enjoy an island escape away from the hustle and bustle of the city. North Stradbroke Island is a jewel in the crown of the Brisbane region, and offers the opportunity for a day at the beach combined with an exciting off-road adventure in a four-wheel drive.

Following a transfer and ferry crossing, you arrive at the picture-perfect island of North Stradbroke, the second largest sand island in the world. Drive on the sandy beaches and bush tracks and past hidden lakes for a real off the beaten track experience.

Enjoy the best views of iconic beaches on Queensland’s coastline. Swim in the fresh water lake, the South Pacific Ocean or the Coral Sea or simply relax on the sandy beach and marvel at the abundant beauty.

Visit the local lookout point for a photo opportunity and savour the peace and serenity of your natural and remote location. Though you are close to the city, your experience will ensure you’ll feel a million miles away.

Enjoy morning and afternoon tea as well as an Aussie barbecue on the beach – the best dining room in the world.

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Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? This tour involves a moderate amount of walking, and uneven ground and some steps will be encountered. It is not recommended for guests with limited mobility or wheelchair users. Some of the driving will be off-road, and because of this, the tour may prove to be unsuitable for guests with heart, neck and back problems or pregnant ladies. Each vehicle holds approximately ten guests each; all guests must be able to negotiate two high steps to board. Professional driver/guides are used, and they will give an informative commentary. It is recommended that you come wearing swimwear underneath casual clothing, sensible, comfortable enclosed shoes and don’t forget a towel and sun protection. The itinerary may be operated in a different order to that described. Lunch includes a fruit drink.


Satin Bower Bird, Bird Watching, Brisbane

BIRDWATCHING BRISBANE (TOUR H)

  • Admire the beauty of southeast Queensland as you enjoy birdwatching in the rainforest
  • Expand your knowledge and gain handy tips from your professional guide
  • Both beginners and experienced bird watchers are welcome on this insightful tour
Price£100.00 - £110.00
DurationApprox. 8 hours
LimitationVery limited capacity
Walking level 2 - moderate walkingModerate walking
Snack includedSnack included
Refreshments includedRefreshments included

Southeast Queensland is one of the richest regions of Australia in terms of bird species. Every raptor from Australia and half of all the country’s bird species have been spotted here at some time. Many southern species reach their northern limits here, whilst many northern species reach their southern limits here, or just below the border, and there are a few species only found in border regions. Summer and winter migrants and nomadic species add to the diversity.

On this tour, join Dr Rhonda Green, who has conducted extensive research over the years into bird behaviour and ecology in Australian forests, especially those of southeast Queensland.

Visit rainforests with easily accessible walking trails that harbour many species including regent and satin bowerbirds, green catbird, paradise riflebird, Albert’s lyrebird, noisy pitta, eastern whipbird, Lewin’s honeyeater, monarch flycatchers, scrubwens, crimson rosella, wompoo and rose-crowned fruit pigeons, brush turkey and many more.

Enjoy a picnic-style lunch as you delve into the world of Australian birdwatching and learn about the creatures’ ecology and behaviour.

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Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? We cannot guarantee what wildlife will be seen. Guests are advised to wear lightweight clothes and comfortable footwear and don’t forget sun protection. A bottle of water may be a handy addition to your bag. Don’t forget your camera and binoculars. This tour may operate in reverse.
 


BRISBANE - INFORMATION

Settled in 1824 along the winding Brisbane River, this vivacious Australian City is a harmonious mix of elegant colonial sandstone and modern glass skyscrapers.

Brisbane is also home to Australia Zoo – a must-do for any visitor here. Home of the family of the late Steve Irwin, the zoo offers us the chance to observe amazing wildlife such as crocodiles, snakes and kangaroos.

For reference, the distance from where we shall dock into the city is approximately 10 ten kilometres (six miles). There will be a walk of approximately 200 metres from the ship to the tour vehicles and vice versa.

The official currency of Brisbane is the Australian Dollar.

Settled in 1824 along the winding Brisbane River, this vivacious Australian City is a harmonious mix of elegant colonial sandstone and modern glass skyscrapers. Brisbane, Queensland’s capital, has a warm climate, with the average temperature ranging from 21 degrees Celsius (70 degrees Fahrenheit) in winter to 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit) in the summer months. It was a penal colony for only a short time, from 1825 to 1842, and in 1859 Brisbane became a separate colony from New South Wales, its proclamation as a city following in 1902.

The city has experienced rapid growth since the 1950’s, in a familiar Australian story – a mining boom, in this case the discovery of large mineral deposits throughout the state. The Brisbane River cuts a winding course through the capital, and is lined by a series of walks, reserves and picnic spots. Brisbane is also home to Australia Zoo – a must-do for any visitor here. Home of the family of the late Steve Irwin, the zoo offers us the chance to observe amazing wildlife such as crocodiles, snakes and kangaroos.

For reference, the distance from where we shall dock into the city is approximately 10 ten kilometres (six miles). There will be a walk of approximately 200 metres from the ship to the tour vehicles and vice versa.

The official currency of Brisbane is the Australian Dollar.


Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Brisbane

CITY HIGHLIGHTS & LONE PINE KOALA SANCTUARY (TOUR F)

  • No visit to Brisbane would be complete without a visit to the world-famous Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
  • Enjoy time at leisure to get up close to Australian wildlife and discover the many highlights of the sanctuary
  • Admire the main sights of Brisbane during an informative city tour
Price£55.00-£65.00
DurationApprox. 6 hours
LimitationLimited capacity
Walking level 2 - moderate walkingModerate walking
Free time includedFree time included

Discover the highlights of Brisbane, the capital of Queensland - known as the City of Sun Days - before visiting the world’s oldest and largest koala sanctuary – Lone Pine.

Travel through the city past the Botanical Gardens, the historic buildings of Parliament House and the Treasury Casino, before crossing the river and passing the Arts and Cultural Centre and South Bank Parklands. Admire the city skyline from Kangaroo Point Cliffs before heading out to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. Founded in 1927, today Lone Pine contains over 130 koalas.

At Lone Pine, take the opportunity to hand feed friendly kangaroos and enjoy a leisurely stroll around the park to view animals such as emus, Tasmanian devils, wombats, dingoes, reptiles and many more native Australian animals. You can also have your photograph taken with a koala (at your own expense). During your free time, you can walk through 20 hectares of natural setting, meet the fun-loving and dedicated sanctuary staff who hold regular animal talks, or simply relax and enjoy a break in the picnic grounds on the banks of the Brisbane River. Upon arrival, you will receive a guidebook as a memento of your visit, once inside you will also find a park map to assist with negotiating your way around the sanctuary.

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Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? Please note that on certain occasions, for the safety and medical protection of the animals, it may not be possible to pet or cuddle a koala. Guests suffering with colds or flu symptoms are advised not to handle the koalas. The visit to Lone Pine is unguided and walking is therefore at the discretion of the individual, however uneven ground may be encountered. There are some steps to negotiate, but ramped access is available. All guests must be able to board the coach unaided. Guests are advised to wear comfortable walking shoes and to bring sun protection and a bottle of water. It may be possible to have your photograph taken with a koala for AUD $18.00 (price correct at the time of printing). This tour may operate in a different order to that described. Please note that depending upon the berth of your ship, this tour may slightly differ in duration.


Gold Coast, Australia

GOLD COAST ON YOUR OWN (TOUR M)

  • Explore Australia’s famous Gold Coast
  • Relax on the golden sandy beaches
  • Savour four hours to explore the resort at leisure

 

Price£35.00 - £45.00
DurationApprox. 7 hours
Walking level 1 - minimal or no walkingMinimal or no walking
Free time includedFree time included
Shopping time includedShopping time included
Swimming time includedSwimming time included

For those of you who have visited Brisbane before, or just prefer to do your own thing, this tour is perfect! Enjoy time at leisure to enjoy the Gold Coast beaches and explore the lively resort of the famous Surfers Paradise region.

The Gold Coast is a popular attraction with its sunny subtropical climate, surfing beaches, high-rise dominated skyline and rainforest hinterland. It is Australia’s favourite place to holiday and will also play host to the Commonwealth games in April 2018.  This is your chance to discover just what it has to offer.

A drive of approximately one and a half hours will take you to the Gold Coast district of Surfers Paradise, where upon arrival, you can savour four hours of time at leisure. Browse through the various shops and designer arcades found here, enjoy lunch in one of many chic beachside restaurants (at your own cost), or simply soak up the sun as you relax on the famous dazzling beach and enjoy a refreshing dip in the sea.

After a day of discovering the magic of the Gold Coast, you will board your coach for the return journey back to the quayside.

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Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? Please note, this is a transfer only, therefore you are responsible for being at the allocated pick-up point on time. The journey from the quayside to the Gold Coast takes approximately one and a half hours each way. Don’t forget to bring swimwear if intending to swim, a towel, sunscreen and local currency. Those wishing to swim must stay within the flagged area. For reference, this tour may not be escorted. The amount of walking involved in this tour is at the individual’s own discretion. Meals or snacks are not included in the cost of this tour.


LIQUER & LIQUEUR TRAIL (TOUR N)

  • Visit some of South East Queensland’s most prominent distilleries
  • Enjoy a tasting of the local Liquors and Liqueurs
  • Relax and soak up the scenery as you enjoy a two-course lunch
Price£100.00 - £120.00
DurationApproximately 7 Hours
Walking level 2 - moderate walkingModerate walking
Snack includedSnack included

Excite your taste buds as you experience the Tamborine Mountain Liqueur and Wine Trail.

Your day begins with a tour and tasting at Australia’s oldest Rum distillery, Beenleigh Rum. For over 130 years, Beenleigh Rum have been making the liquor in the traditional ‘boutique’ way and still operate from the original stone building which stands upon the banks of the Albert River at Eagleby.

Sourcing Australia’s finest molasses from the country’s only remaining family-owned sugar mill, the company still pot-still using their original copper equipment and age in handmade oak brandy barrels. Enjoy a behind the scenes tour into the Distillery and discover the whole Rum making process before relaxing and savouring this appetising rum.

Continuing on, you will travel to Tamborine Mountain Distillery where you will be invited to taste some of their award winning Vodkas and Liqueurs. Hidden away in the Gold Coast Hinterland, is the Tamborine Mountain Distillery. This is Australia’s smallest operating Pot Still Distillery, but of world renown, including in Europe, America, Canada, New Zealand and Asia.

With the combination of rich red volcanic soils and fresh Spring Water, the abundant fruit of the Mountain is fermented and distilled. A small pot still is used to create the superb spirit which is the essence and foundation of Liqueurs, Schnapps, Vodka and Eaux de Vie. Although Michael and Alla Ward’s Distillery has only been open a short time (July 1998) they have already established a very enviable reputation as creators of high quality liqueurs, vodkas, schnapps and eaux-de-vie.

Your next stop will be to Cedar Creek Estate where you will be invited to experience an entertaining wine tasting. Cedar Creek Estate Vineyard and Winery is a well-known Cellar Door in the Mount Tamborine region, with an impressive range of wines from the varietal tastes of Sauvignon Blanc, Verdelho, Chardonnay or Shiraz to the sweeter styles of Rose, Moscato, Ports, Liqueur Muscat and Dessert Wines. There will also be an opportunity to make purchases along the way before you enjoy a two-course lunch.

Refreshed, you continue to the Fortitude Brewing Company, where a tasting of craft beers is the order of the day. Australian owned and brewed on-site in the gold coast hinterland, the company’s award-winning beers pair quality with character.

Your final stop is for a tasting at a local Cheese factory, before you can enjoy a relaxing journey back to your awaiting ship having tasted a vast range of South East Queensland’s products.

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Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? Please note there will be a moderate amount of walking at each of the stops over varying inclines including some steps. Each stop will offer tasting sized servings only. Additional beverages are available at guest’s additional expense. Comfortable shoes and clothing and suitable sun protection are advisable. The order of sights visited may vary from that described. Guests must be 18 years of age and older to participate. Unfortunately this tour is not suitable for wheelchair users or guests with limited mobility. Lunch will be two-courses, typically a main-course and a dessert and will be accompanied by a coffee.


Glasshouse Mountains, Queensland

SERENE SUNSHINE COAST (TOUR K)

  • Discover the best that the Sunshine Coast has to offer
  • Enjoy a visit to the Maleny Botanic Gardens and Bird World
  • Savour time at leisure at the charming village of Montville
  • Marvel at the spectacular scenery

 

Price£85.00 - £95.00
DurationApprox. 8 hours
Walking level 2 - moderate walkingModerate walking
Free time includedFree time included
Shopping time includedShopping time included

On this tour, journey to the Sunshine Coast hinterland and the stunning Glass House Mountains.

Departing the quayside, you first visit the Maleny Botanic gardens and Bird World. Spread over more than three hectares, the magnificent manicured gardens are positioned high on the escarpment. The gardens, which are privately-owned, form a panorama of waterfalls, lakes, ponds and colourful flora. Uniquely landscaped layers, idyllic rainforest surroundings and the spectacular Glasshouse Mountains backdrop create a truly picturesque garden.

Enjoy a guided walk through the onsite aviary and get up close to a wide variety of colourful birds from around the world. Take time to sit by the waterfall and admire the surroundings or capture the many birds on camera as they alight upon you – an amazing experience. There is also an opportunity to enjoy a brief talk by the garden staff who will share the story about one man’s vision to create a magical garden and walk-through aviary. Morning tea refreshments will be served here.

The nearby township of Maleny is a historic rural village. Maleny was predominantly a timber town until the 1920s when the dairy and fruit growing industries took over the town. Now well-known for its ‘hippie’ culture, the town of Maleny is populated by a wide demographic of people with artists, musicians and craftspeople, juxtaposed against the more traditional older residents. With the abundance of artists and craftspeople in the town, Maleny is a great place for shopping.

Your tour concludes with a short drive to the mountaintop village of Montville, perched in the Blackall Ranges. The town has a small village charm and plenty of arts, crafts and local goods on display, along with casual dining options. During your stop here, you will have time to browse the main street, which features woodcrafters, artists’ galleries and local designers, selling wares such as cuckoo clocks, liquorice, opals, chocolates and much more. During your time at leisure, you can also purchase lunch (at your own expense).

Following your visit, you re-board your tour coach for the return journey back to your ship.

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Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? This tour involves approximately 300 metres (984 feet) of walking at Maleny Botanic Gardens, some of which will be over uneven, cobbled and inclined ground. There are also a few steps to negotiate, therefore this tour is not considered suitable for wheelchair users. There will be approximately 90 minutes of time at leisure in Montville, where the amount of walking is at the discretion of the individual. Please note that meals or snacks are not included in the cost of this tour – these can be purchased during your time at Montville, at your own expense. This tour does involve an approximate 90 minute coach journey both ways to reach the sites of interest.

 


Brisbane skyline, Australia

THE BEST OF BRISBANE (TOUR A)

  • Discover the highlights of Brisbane on this scenic tour
  • Enjoy a fascinating introduction to the capital of Queensland
  • Savour impressive panoramic views over the city

 

Panoramic Coach Tour
Price£30.00-£40.00
DurationApproximately 5 hours
Walking level 1 - minimal or no walkingMinimal or no walking

This tour offers a great opportunity to admire the wonderful sights of Brisbane and its surrounding areas from the comfort of your coach.

The capital of Queensland, Brisbane is the state’s historic and cultural capital, seat of government and a major seaport. The city has also hosted the World Expo 1988 and the Goodwill Games in 2001. Today, with a population of more than one million, Brisbane is the third largest Australian city.

Enjoying a semi-tropical climate, this lovely city is lushly landscaped with jacarandas, flame trees, bougainvillea and numerous other flowers and shrubs. Your tour will take you past the Parliament House, the Treasury Building, the Old Customs House, the Cultural Centre, the magnificent Botanical Gardens and many other historical and important sites. During your tour, you may notice that Brisbane has the look of a city that has recently grown up. Much of the old and unsightly areas of the city have been bulldozed and replaced with glittering glass and concrete towers, hotels and shopping malls. The meandering Brisbane River, the lush inner city parks and the unusual blend of historic and modern architecture make this a truly unforgettable city.

Making your way beyond the metropolitan and urban areas, your coach will climb nearly 230 metres (755 feet) above sea level for an unparalleled panoramic view over the city from the Mount Coot-tha lookout point. A brief stop will be made here, providing an opportunity to capture some memorable photos of the sleek skyscrapers and picturesque suburbs that comprise Brisbane today.

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Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? The majority of walking on this tour will be during photo stops and is therefore at the discretion of the individual. All guests must be able to board the coach unaided. Places of interest may be visited in a different order to that described. Views from Mount Coot-tha are obviously dependent upon the weather. Please note that depending upon the berth of your ship, this tour may slightly differ in duration.


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