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third most populous city in Australia

  1. Mount Coot-tha
the highest peak in Brisbane, 287 metres above sea level.
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  2. Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
in top 10 Zoos in the world; kangaroos, over 130 koalas and other Aussie wildlife.
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  3. South Bank Parklands
park consisting in a mixture of rainforest, water, grassed areas and plazas.
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  4. City Botanic Gardens
mature gardens, with many rare and unusual botanic species.
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  5. Museum of Brisbane
social and historical exhibitions; entrance is free of charge.
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  6. Story Bridge Adventure Climb
climb to the top of Brisbane's iconic Story Bridge.
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  7. Maritime Museum, Brisbane
founded in 1971; contains a 2 level exhibition presenting historic and modern ships.
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  8. Kookaburra River Queens
spectacular paddlewheeler cruise along the Brisbane River.
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  9. St John's Cathedral
the Anglican cathedral of Brisbane and the metropolitan cathedral of Queensland.
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10. Kangaroo Point Cliffs
recreation spot offering excellent rock climbing possibilities for all skill levels.
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Country: Australia
City area: 1367 km2

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