Thetraveljunkie.org – You’ve got just 12 hours to explore Brisbane. What do you do? With 100 local parks in its midst, Brisbane makes it easy to stay active while outdoors. Whether you are an ambler, a serious walker, or an e-scooter rider, there are many options for walks and rides in and around the city.
Bring your e-scooter and explore Brisbane’s diverse range of bikeways and shared pathways using the Cycling Brisbane bikeway map. The map allows you to see the locations of bike parking and drinking fountains. Make the choice between exploring Brisbane City or South Bank for the afternoon. Food lovers will enjoy a petite degustation at Bacchus in South Bank followed by a relaxing stroll through the 17ha South Bank Parklands on the river. Be sure to pop by the Epicurious Garden – it is made entirely of edible plants for the public to enjoy.
Relax later at the Colleges Crossing Recreation Reserve, which has playgrounds, bike/e-scooter paths, a picnic area, barbecue pits, and a café.
Head to the Brisbane City Centre and art trail through Fortitude Valley and New Farm so you can spend hours getting your culture on. Art can feel inaccessible at the best of times but, just between us, good art is only as good as the people seeing it – and we think you’re pretty sweet.
Have a fab day everyone!
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