The unofficial nickname for Brisbane is ‘Brisvegas’, it has been used by the likes of Barack Obama and Jerry Seinfeld and is equally loved and loathed by locals. As its moniker suggest Brisbane offers warm weather and sunshine, a variety of hotels, theme parks, restaurants and nightlife making it a popular holiday destination.
Brisbane is the capital of Queensland and the third biggest city in Australia. It is also one of the oldest cities in Australia and sits gracefully on the banks of the Brisbane River which it was named for. Brisbane was founded upon the homelands of the Turrbal and Jagera peoples and is the gateway to a huge variety of experiences throughout South East Queensland.
Spirits of the Red Sand - Welcome to Country Daytime Experience
Connect with the world’s oldest living culture as you are led by your Aboriginal guide to participate in all aspects of traditional Aboriginal culture. Now, for the first time in Australia, you as visitors and locals can experience the ancient more
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Spirits of the Red Sand - Dinner and Show
A world-first in authentic Aboriginal storytelling, Spirits of the Red Sand is an award-winning moving theatre and dinner experience that takes you beyond Dreamtime to 1800s Australia when the British and Aboriginal ways of life collide. From the start of more
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QAGOMA First Artists Group Cultural Experience
Celebrate and connect with Australia's First Nations art and culture with this immersive experience and exclusive tour. Discover the incredible artworks from QAGOMA's Indigenous Australian Art Collection and the important stories they tell on this exclusive, unique and immersive gallery more
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Join local Aboriginal guide, Matthew Burns and explore an area on the shore of Goompi (meaning Dunwich), a place of cultural significance for the Quandamooka people on Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island). Learn about the history of Quandamooka culture including Aboriginal more
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Cultural Precinct and Kurilpa Bridge Walking Tour
Join an introductory tour that takes you around the South Bank cultural precinct in the heart of Brisbane. Led by an Aboriginal guide you will explore and learn about the largest and most exciting collections of public works by Aboriginal more
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