Inn on the Park Milton Apartments Brisbane is ideally located around 3km from the Brisbane CBD, just across the road from Wesley Hospital and only 5 minutes drive from University of Queensland’s St Lucia Campus. The popular international cafes and restaurants of cosmopolitan Park Road are just a short stroll away and the cultural attractions of the Southbank Parklands are within quick and easy reach via local public transport links.
Constructed during Australia's Great Depression in the 1930s, the attractive steel Story Bridge is a much-loved Brisbane landmark. As one of only three bridge climbs in the world (after Sydney and Auckland), this one also offers something totally unique - the choice to abseil the descent. Catering to people of all fitness levels and those 10 years of age or older, the two-hour experience takes you 80 meters above the Brisbane River for uninterrupted views of the city.
Easily accessible via a 75-minute ferry ride from downtown Brisbane, Moreton Island is the perfect day trip. As the world's third largest sand island and with more than 98 percent of the island designated as national park, Moreton Island is one of Queensland's best-kept secrets.
The vibrant Queen Street mall shopping precinct is home to more than 700 retailers showcasing local, national, and international designs and labels. In addition to the centrally-located, pedestrian-friendly street frontage, a labyrinth of heritage-listed arcades make it rewarding to explore the complex.
Offering panoramic views of Brisbane, the Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha is a favorite attraction with locals and visitors alike. Highlights include the beautiful Japanese gardens and the largest collection of Australian rainforest trees in the world, as well as sections dedicated to fragrant plants, bamboo, cactus, indigenous plants, and more.
On the banks of the Brisbane River, the heritage-listed Cultural Precinct in South Bank is a fantastic, family-friendly destination for a day out, with a host of excellent museums, galleries, and performance venues. Award-winning architecture adds to the precinct's beautiful setting on the river near picturesque parklands, and you'll find plenty of things to do here for the whole family.
Recognised by the Guinness Book of World Records, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is the world's first and largest koala sanctuary. With over 90 years of experience, Lone Pine is home to 130 koalas and over 70 species of other native Australian animals. Meet a koala, hand-feed the kangaroos or wild lorikeets, and marvel at theirtwo playful platypus.