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What makes Brisbane a spectacular tourist destination? Its balmy weather, picturesque scenery and rich cultural legacy are enough to get folks flocking to the capital of Queensland. The third-largest metropolis in Australia sports a vibrant, cheeky and urban attitude that is easy to get behind and explore.
If you're an animal lover, then one of the 'must-see' attractions is the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, home to more than 130 adult Koalas as well as several other Aussie animals like dingoes, roos, wombats and snakes. Get snap-happy for there are plenty of opportunities to interact with the animals like giving koalas a cuddle or to feed the kangaroos. View several wild-life shows that occur there like bird or prey show.
Head over to the South Bank for there are numerous colorful and glitzy parklands. Some of the attractions included are: the Nepal Peace Pagoda, the Wheel of Brisbane, the Arbour, Streets beach, an aquavity water park, picnic areas as well as many cafes, bars and restaurants. Its also the venue for major festivals and events including Australia Day. Fashioned after the London Eye, the Wheel of Brisbane is one of the city's popular attractions. Piercing into the sky at 60m (180ft), this massive ferris provides a bird's eye view of the city and is specially spectacular at night, as it is illuminated with thousands of lights.
Stop by at the legendary Story Bridge above the Brisbane river and be rewarded with an incredible view of the city beneath you. Those who are beer enthusiasts ought to stop by at the Castlemaine Perkins Brewery to view the inner workings of the heritage brewery as well as get to sample the popular classic Australian beer. Visitors are allowed to take a 75 minute tour of the site to get a grasp of the ingredients and brewing procedure.
Need a breather and respite from the concrete jungle? Spend some time at the Brisbane Botanic Gardens at Mt. Coot-tha, 7km (4 miles) from the city centre. Known as the Queensland's premier subtropical botanic gardens, the sprawling green space is home to numerous Australian plants, bonsais, ferns, fragrant plants and herbs. It has the biggest collection of Australian rain-forest trees in the planet. Art enthusiasts can spend some time at the Queensland Art Gallery where over 15,000 Australian and global paintings, sculptures and decorative art works are present.
When it comes to shopping, head out to Brisbane's main shopping district that is packed with over 2,000 specialty shops, running from the 19th century historic arcades to the open air markets of the South Bank Parlands area. If you're looking for international brands or designer labels then stop by at the popular Queen Street Mall.
The stay options in Brisbane are abundant with the best luxury hotels, rental apartments and budget accommodations available for the tourists to decide which kind they prefer based on their needs and requirements.
Brisbane experiences humid subtropical climate with hot, humid summers and dry moderately warm winters. The best time to visit would be September and October as the weather is pleasant, flights are cheaper and the Brisbane Festival takes place.