See and Do Brisbane
The Nepal Peace Pagoda is located at Brisbane's South Bank Parklands and is one of the most significant heritage items in Brisbane from the hosting of the World Expo '88.
As part of the 150th Anniversary of the State of Queensland Celebrations, the Wheel of Brisbane was erected in August 2008 and is scheduled to be an attraction until 2012.
Mother's Day 2012 is this Sunday, 13 May and anyone hoping to spoil that special mother in their life have many wonderful options on the day. Many local cafes and restaurants put together breakfast, lunch and dinner specials for mothers. There are also great activities and events organised for the day, three of which are below.
Located approximately halfway between Brisbane and the Gold Coast, Mount Tamborine is a fantastic inland location to explore. It is an easy drive in and beautifully scenic, though watch out for the piano sliding its way down the hill!
The South Bank Parklands are located at South Bank, Brisbane and come alive on a Friday night. The area is a buzz with art and craft markets, restaurants and local pubs.
A mix of the deadly, cute and the plant life.
Brisbane Story Bridge Adventure Climb is a unique adventure experience that's ideal for all levels of fitness and ages. You'll be rewarded with the breath-taking panorama of Brisbane and its surrounds.
Tangalooma Island Resort is only 75 minutes from Brisbane and with the unforgettable experience of hand feeding a pod of wild bottlenose dolphins it's hard to go past.
Cuddle a koala, hand-feed our Asian Elephants, walk with a Sumatran Tiger and watch a crocodile launch from the waters edge. Australia Zoo is the ultimate wildlife adventure.