Brisbane City day tours

Morning Brisbane City Tour with Cruise from Brisbane
Gray Line Day Tour B461

Get a taste of Brisbane on this half-day guided tour of the places and architecture that characterise Queensland's capital city. Learn the history of this fast growing cosmopolitan centre and enjoy a cruise on the Brisbane River.

See the sights of historic Brisbane, Australia's third largest city and Queensland's capital city, with its fresh, innovative and vibrant CBD. From a trendy cafe club culture to thriving shops and 19th century sandstone buildings, learn the history and culture behind this up and coming metropolitan centre. Enjoy a river cruise with morning tea on the Brisbane River.

Highlights of this tour

Coach Tour

  • Views of St Stephen's Cathedral and Cathedral Square
  • Pass the City Botanic Gardens, located on the edge of the Brisbane River
  • Travel under Story Bridge, a heritage listed steel cantilever bridge spanning the Brisbane River
  • Parliament House - the meeting place of the Queensland Government
  • Glimpse the Treasury Hotel & Casino
  • Anzac Square in the heart of Brisbane and home to the Shrine of Remembrance
  • Heritage listed City Hall, built in the 1920's
  • Kangaroo Point Cliffs - panoramic views of Brisbane
  • Cross the Brisbane River by the Captain Cook Bridge and Story Bridge
  • Travel through Fortitude Valley - home to a mix of the old and new
  • Chinatown
  • Queens Street Mall - Brisbane's main shopping precinct

River Cruise

  • Enjoy a scenic cruise on the Brisbane River
  • Spectacular views of waterfront homes and the Brisbane skyline
  • Cruise under Story Bridge - built during the Great Depression
  • South Bank parklands

Adult: $129   Child: $79

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Brisbane River and City Skyline

Adult: $129

Child: $79

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Operates

Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat
Departs: 7.30am Returns: 12.15pm

Fare Includes

Complimentary hotel pickup, river cruise and Devonshire tea on-board cruise

Tour Code

B461

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Note

Tour concludes at Southbank


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