Discover the best free family outdoor and indoor activities Brisbane
Daisy Hill Koala Centre is a great place to take the kids to learn about one of our favourite native animals, the koala. This Daisy Hill koala sanctuary is operated by the Queensland Government, and is home to a small group of koalas and a number of fun interactive displays. Located 25 kilometres south of
If you haven’t already been, you might be surprised to hear that there are so many things to do with kids in Ipswich that it’s become one of our favourite day-trip destinations. Located just 40 minutes from Brisbane, Ipswich has several family-friendly activities to explore and Queens Park Ipswich is one of the best. It
SparkLab Science Centre Brisbane, located in the Queensland Museum at South Bank is a fantastic indoor Brisbane activity for curious minds. This educative science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) experience has so many interactive displays that children of all ages will enjoy. Although it’s designed for 6 to 13 year olds, our three year old
Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium at the Brisbane Botanic Gardens is a great activity for children of all ages. Read all about their Display Zone and Cosmic Skydome here.
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The Maiala bushwalks are located amongst the spectacular Mt Glorious bushland, in D’Auguilar National Park. They are the closest rainforest walks to Brisbane, located 19 km and 45 minutes north west of the CBD. The region was the first area of D’Aguilar Range to become classified as a National Park in 1930, and it is
Get outside, take a walk and discover a magical fairy land at Kumbartcho Sanctuary, Eatons Hill. This sanctuary was once a zoo, and is located on 6 hectares of bushland, 30 minutes north of Brisbane CBD. Alden and I visited this hidden gem recently after hearing about it from our neighbour. First we set off