By day, get to know Brisbane’s history by exploring the sightseeing hotspots with beautiful architecture, heritage buildings and churches to be found.
For the shopper within, you can’t pass up an afternoon spent in the 700+ stores on the Queen Street Mall. Amongst the international brands, glossy store fronts and department stores you’ll also find free events, restaurants, cafes and bars to keep you entertained.
By night, a coloured glow comes over the casino and Brisbane’s cocktail bars, laneway retreats and nightlife hotspots come out to play.
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Retrace the tracks of Cobb & Co, the first people movers of the outback, as you traverse the unique and fascinating Adventure Way.
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Fortitude Valley (or 'The Valley' as it is known to locals) has a well deserved reputation as Brisbane's home for one-of-a-kind fashion.
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Queensland's first bitumen road connecting Brisbane to a seaside resort was 18 kilometres from Petrie to Redcliffe: it was also the state's longest WWI memorial avenue.
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ANZAC Square War Memorial and Parkland, dedicated to Australia's military heritage, features the Shrine of Remembrance with Eternal Flame.
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The Beaudesert Historical Museum is one of the largest country town museums in Queensland, with over 10,000 artefacts covering the Scenic Rim region's industrial and lifestyle heritage.
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More than 60,000 Australians died during World War I (WWI), and the memorials erected during and after the conflict were an expression of national grief, serving as substitute graves for those buried overseas.
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Bee Gees fans should take a trip north of Brisbane to visit Bee Gees Way, a commemorative walkway paying tribute to the area's most famous young residents.
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Enjoy lively community theatre with the Beenleigh Theatre Group at the Beenleigh Events Centre, entertaining locals for more than three decades.
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Beenleigh Historical Village and Museum (BHV&M) takes you on a journey of years gone by. This collection of our heritage organised as a village is dedicated to preserving the cultural legacy of the old Beenleigh region for current and future generations.
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Local war memorials hold a wealth of information that the National War Memorial's records cannot readily show: the impact WWI had on a community through enlistment, and death.
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