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Brisbane's Hidden Gems

15 Nov 2019 143 Views BA Guest

Brisbane is an exciting city with more than its share of sunny days that transition into balmy evenings. From finding foodie hotspots to discovering the Aboriginal history of the city, get out and about and take it all in when you add these incredible hidden gems to your T20 World Cup itinerary.


Fonzie Abbott, Brisbane, Queensland - Tourism Australia

For lovers of all things brewed and fermented, Fonzie Abbott has the unique distinction of being a coffee roaster, brewery and distillery. Located in the north Brisbane suburb of Albion, you can stop in for your early morning wake up call and come back again in the afternoon for a cold beer. With delicious drinks and friendly staff, it's the perfect spot to settle in for a while, meet with locals and taste the distinctive flavours of Queensland.


BlackCard Cultural Tours, Brisbane, Queensland - Tourism Australia

See the city of Brisbane with a new perspective when you embark on a cultural exploration of the area with Aboriginal tour guides. BlackCard Cultural Tours will connect you to the world's oldest living culture through its cultural insights, history, art and cultural performances. It's an opportunity to experience an authentic, warm and culturally inclusive welcome to Brisbane and all of Australia.


Brisbane Riverwalk, Brisbane, Queensland - Tourism Australia

Home to a mighty, snaking river, Brisbane is ideal for a city stroll. The Brisbane Riverwalk starts at the historic Howard Smith Wharves in the city centre and ends in the leafy suburb of New Farm. This walk, however, isn’t just along the water’s edge; it’s a suspended path that allows you to walk above the water. Along the way you'll get a taste for the lively entertainment and lifestyle precinct of The Howard Smith Wharves with great drinking and dining options, including Mr Percival’s and Greca Restaurant. In New Farm, you can indulge your sweet tooth at New Farm Confectionery and explore New Farm Park. Take the Riverwalk after dark to enjoy the shining skyline.


Tryp Fortitude Valley Hotel, Brisbane, Queensland - Tourism Australia

Brisbane's streets and laneways are sprinkled with funky murals just waiting to be discovered. Burnett Lane offers an eclectic mix of public art, micro bars and cafés, making it a good place to start your exploration. In Fortitude Valley you’ll find several unique murals as you wander the area, and you can even stay at Tryp Hotel for a unique street art experience housed within a boutique hotel. Be sure to head to New Farm and Spring Hill, across the river to the West End and South Brisbane. Artistic styles range from edgy surrealism to lifelike depictions of important community members. The city also plays host to an annual Street Art Festival, bringing in artists from Australia and abroad to add their touch to the city’s landscape.


Eat Street Markets, Brisbane, Queensland - Tourism Australia

Brisbane's Eat Street Markets is a wonderful mix of market stalls, street food eateries, fairy lights and a festive atmosphere, set in a disused waterside shipping container terminal. The small entry fee will buy you live entertainment and food from around the world, including Mexican quesadillas, Spanish paella, German sausages, Asian dumplings and fresh local seafood. The markets run every Friday and Saturday night, and Sunday lunchtimes in winter. Take a short ferry ride to the Northshore Hamilton terminal to view the city lights from the water and really make an evening of it.

Brisbane the capital of the sunshine state Queensland, along with the Gold Coast will make for a fantastic little getaway during the Men's & Women's T20 World

Author: Tourism Australia

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