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Exploring South Bank Parklands

This beautiful green strip is home to performance spaces, sculptures, buskers, eateries, bars, pockets of rainforest, barbecue areas, bougainvillea-draped pergolas and hidden lawns. Filled with cafes, shops and restaurants, come here to grab a bite and wander around the beautiful natural beauty in the Parklands.

Accommodations near South Bank Parklands

Brisbane is a fascinating collection of suburbs and districts in one of the most sun drenched areas of Australia. It is a warm, friendly city with an array of accommodation options for every budget. Recommended accommodation in Brisbane include the Rydges South Bank, Mantra South Bank and Allegro Apartments.

Sightseeing near South Bank Parklands

After grabbing a bite to eat and walking alongside nature, make sure to go visit one of the many artistic attractions this area has to offer.

- Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art

The Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) is a single institution located across two adjacent river-side buildings in the Cultural Precinct at Brisbane's South Bank. Together, it holds a collection of over 16,000 works of historical, modern and contemporary art, and stages a dynamic program of Australian and international exhibitions. QAGOMA's highly acclaimed Children's Art Centre presents engaging and interactive exhibitions and events for visitors of all ages and the cinemas at GOMA features films by influential and popular film makers and artists.

Transportation near South Bank Parklands

Brisbane has an extensive and well-run public transport system consisting of a range of public and private bus, and suburban train and ferry services. In fact, the city centre is small enough that many of the landmarks and tourist attractions can easily be reached on foot. CityCat, a high-speed ferry service, is practical for getting to spots along the river and offers great views of the city. With its well-maintained network of bicycle paths, Brisbane is a great destination to explore on two wheels.

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