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Convenience Stores at Kangaroo Point
It’s a convenience store and an eatery. It’s listed on UberEats. It’s open till 12 am weekdays and 24 hrs on weekends. Walking distance – 3 min walk
NightOwl Kangaroo Point
184 Main St
It’s a convenience store and an eatery. It’s listed on UberEats. It’s open till 12 am weekdays and 24 hrs on weekends. Walking distance – 3 min walk
Café/Restaurant, Convenience store. Walking distance –4 min walk
Tuppys
85 Deakin St
Café/Restaurant, Convenience store. Walking distance –4 min walk
Food and Convenience store. 35, Ferry Street, Kangaroo Point. Walking distance – 9-10 min walk, Bus – 234 from Baildon Street Bus stop near Story Bridge Hotel.
Dockside Convenience Centre
35 Ferry St
Food and Convenience store. 35, Ferry Street, Kangaroo Point. Walking distance – 9-10 min walk, Bus – 234 from Baildon Street Bus stop near Story Bridge Hotel.
Restaurants/Cafes - Kangaroo Point
Story Bridge Hotel, Deli and Café – Baildon Street. It has Deery’s Restaurant and Smokehouse, Main St Bar and Eatery, Outback Bar and Grill and The Shelter Bar. Walking Distance - 4 min walk. It's an iconic and very famous hotel at Kangaroo Point. It's always packed in the weekends.
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Story Bridge Hotel
200 Main Street
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Story Bridge Hotel, Deli and Café – Baildon Street. It has Deery’s Restaurant and Smokehouse, Main St Bar and Eatery, Outback Bar and Grill and The Shelter Bar. Walking Distance - 4 min walk. It's an iconic and very famous hotel at Kangaroo Point. It's always packed in the weekends.
It's an old but iconic Hotel. It's famous for its Steak. Don't miss it. Walking distance – 21 min walk; Bus – 234 from Baildon Street Bus stop near Story Bridge Hotel takes around 9 min. A car takes around 4 min drive.
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The Pineapple Hotel
706 Main Street
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It's an old but iconic Hotel. It's famous for its Steak. Don't miss it. Walking distance – 21 min walk; Bus – 234 from Baildon Street Bus stop near Story Bridge Hotel takes around 9 min. A car takes around 4 min drive.
They serve lunch, dinner, drinks and takeaways. Great food and great review. Authentic Asian cuisine. The joint is closed on Mondays. Walking distance – 5 min walk.
Mitoki Japanese Modern Tapas
35 Rotherham St
They serve lunch, dinner, drinks and takeaways. Great food and great review. Authentic Asian cuisine. The joint is closed on Mondays. Walking distance – 5 min walk.
It's famous for American style large pizzas. Worth a try. They are delicious. Walking distance – 4 min walk. It’s on UberEats and Deliveroo.
Manhattan Pizza
22 Baildon St
It's famous for American style large pizzas. Worth a try. They are delicious. Walking distance – 4 min walk. It’s on UberEats and Deliveroo.
French Patisserie famous for all its baked goodies!! I especially like its sausage rolls and croissants. But it closes around 1 pm so you have to be early! Walking distance –4 min walk
Christian Jacques
8 Baildon St
French Patisserie famous for all its baked goodies!! I especially like its sausage rolls and croissants. But it closes around 1 pm so you have to be early! Walking distance –4 min walk
It offers spectacular river views. Medley stands for the diversity of flavours that are in harmony and for the diversity of cuisines. They offer traditional, classic dishes from around the world. Walking distance – 4 min walk
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Medley
62 Wharf St
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It offers spectacular river views. Medley stands for the diversity of flavours that are in harmony and for the diversity of cuisines. They offer traditional, classic dishes from around the world. Walking distance – 4 min walk
Activities/Attractions around Kangaroo Point +Eagle St Pier Restaurants/Cafes
You can climb the historic Story Bridge at dawn, day, twilight and night. It's right from our doorstep.
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Story Bridge Adventure Climb
170 Main Street
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You can climb the historic Story Bridge at dawn, day, twilight and night. It's right from our doorstep.
Take a leisurely walk in the park along the river, enjoy the city lights, the Story Bridge, have a barbecue along with your friends, take a ferry and cross the river to the Eagle Street Pier for its various dining out options. It’s a great park for kids and adults. It's a 4 min walk from the apartment.
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Captain Burke Park
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Take a leisurely walk in the park along the river, enjoy the city lights, the Story Bridge, have a barbecue along with your friends, take a ferry and cross the river to the Eagle Street Pier for its various dining out options. It’s a great park for kids and adults. It's a 4 min walk from the apartment.
Tours run every day, 7 days a week. It’s for ages 12 years+. Approximate Tour time could range between 1hr – 2 hrs depending upon the package. The address is – 52, Bank Street, West End 4101. (Inside Kennards Storage) Phone – 0414 350 503.
Kangaroo Segway Tours
Tours run every day, 7 days a week. It’s for ages 12 years+. Approximate Tour time could range between 1hr – 2 hrs depending upon the package. The address is – 52, Bank Street, West End 4101. (Inside Kennards Storage) Phone – 0414 350 503.
The Kangaroo Point Cliffs are heritage-listed cliffs located at Kangaroo Point. Offering impressive early morning or evening views, extending across the river to the City and beyond to the mountains surrounding the city's outskirts, the Kangaroo Point Cliffs are a popular picnic spot. At the cliffs' base are well-maintained gas barbecues and eating spots, interspersed between vibrant river's edge sculptures, walking and cycling tracks, and whimsical pavilions for the rest. You can see South Bank, Eagle Street Pier, majestic sunsets, City Cats and Showboats. You might also consider some serious abseiling! Facilities include – Barbeque, Café, Carpark, Public Toilet, Disabled access available.
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Kangaroo Point Cliffs Park
29 River Terrace
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The Kangaroo Point Cliffs are heritage-listed cliffs located at Kangaroo Point. Offering impressive early morning or evening views, extending across the river to the City and beyond to the mountains surrounding the city's outskirts, the Kangaroo Point Cliffs are a popular picnic spot. At the cliffs' base are well-maintained gas barbecues and eating spots, interspersed between vibrant river's edge sculptures, walking and cycling tracks, and whimsical pavilions for the rest. You can see South Bank, Eagle Street Pier, majestic sunsets, City Cats and Showboats. You might also consider some serious abseiling! Facilities include – Barbeque, Café, Carpark, Public Toilet, Disabled access available.
Free River ride on Brisbane River – Jump on to the free service City Hopper (White and Red) for a ride up and down the river. The service starts from North Quay and terminates at Sydney Street. Or you can remain seated and come back. It’s free! Enjoy the views of the city, Story Bridge and parklands from the rooftop of the City Hopper…an experience never to be missed.
Holman Street Ferry Terminal
Free River ride on Brisbane River – Jump on to the free service City Hopper (White and Red) for a ride up and down the river. The service starts from North Quay and terminates at Sydney Street. Or you can remain seated and come back. It’s free! Enjoy the views of the city, Story Bridge and parklands from the rooftop of the City Hopper…an experience never to be missed.
River life Brisbane – they cover a range of activities to occupy the idle mind. They include – Rock Climbing, Night Kayaking, Day Kayaking, Abseiling, Stand up Paddle Boarding, Laser Tag Outdoor Adventure, Segway tours etc.
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Riverlife
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River life Brisbane – they cover a range of activities to occupy the idle mind. They include – Rock Climbing, Night Kayaking, Day Kayaking, Abseiling, Stand up Paddle Boarding, Laser Tag Outdoor Adventure, Segway tours etc.
Brisbane City Botanic Gardens, Corner of Alice Street and Albert Street. It opens every Sunday between 8 am – 3 pm. It has got coffee, brunch, farmers markets, art, fashion and gifts.
Riverside Markets
Brisbane City Botanic Gardens, Corner of Alice Street and Albert Street. It opens every Sunday between 8 am – 3 pm. It has got coffee, brunch, farmers markets, art, fashion and gifts.
Corner of Grey and Melbourne Streets, South Bank. Free general admission. Entry charges apply to special exhibitions and events.
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Queensland Museum and Science Centre
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Corner of Grey and Melbourne Streets, South Bank. Free general admission. Entry charges apply to special exhibitions and events.
Level 3, under the Clock Tower, City Hall, King George Square. It opens daily and entry is free. It hosts exhibitions, events and tours.
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Museum of Brisbane
64 Adelaide St
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Level 3, under the Clock Tower, City Hall, King George Square. It opens daily and entry is free. It hosts exhibitions, events and tours.
Address - 119, Lamington Street, New Farm. Brisbane Powerhouse is Queensland’s home for contemporary culture, a magnificent power station of the 1920s reborn as an arts centre on the Brisbane River. They host around 1,250 performances and events each year. They offer a year-round program featuring events across music, comedy, writers ideas, dance, film, visual arts, cabaret, circus, and theatre. They have produced some of Queensland and Australia’s largest events, including Brisbane Comedy Festival, Australian Performing Arts Market, Queensland Cabaret Festival, MELT: A Festival of Queer Arts and Culture, and Wonderland.
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Brisbane Powerhouse
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Address - 119, Lamington Street, New Farm. Brisbane Powerhouse is Queensland’s home for contemporary culture, a magnificent power station of the 1920s reborn as an arts centre on the Brisbane River. They host around 1,250 performances and events each year. They offer a year-round program featuring events across music, comedy, writers ideas, dance, film, visual arts, cabaret, circus, and theatre. They have produced some of Queensland and Australia’s largest events, including Brisbane Comedy Festival, Australian Performing Arts Market, Queensland Cabaret Festival, MELT: A Festival of Queer Arts and Culture, and Wonderland.
A zoo in the heart of Brisbane! It's not very big, so families with young kids can enjoy their pace and be comfortable!
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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
708 Jesmond Rd
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A zoo in the heart of Brisbane! It's not very big, so families with young kids can enjoy their pace and be comfortable!
Located an hour north of Brisbane, on Queensland's Sunshine Coast, Australia Zoo is a team of passionate conservationists working around-the-clock to deliver an animal experience like no other. It's a massive zoo, please wear comfy shoes to take in the experience.
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Australia Zoo
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Located an hour north of Brisbane, on Queensland's Sunshine Coast, Australia Zoo is a team of passionate conservationists working around-the-clock to deliver an animal experience like no other. It's a massive zoo, please wear comfy shoes to take in the experience.
The Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha are recognised as Queensland's premier subtropical botanic gardens. They are a key attraction in Brisbane City. It's famous for its lookout - Sunrise, during the day, sunset and night.
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Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens
152 Mount Coot Tha Rd
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The Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha are recognised as Queensland's premier subtropical botanic gardens. They are a key attraction in Brisbane City. It's famous for its lookout - Sunrise, during the day, sunset and night.
Beautiful parks, fountains and greenery in the heart of the city. Can be accessed via car, train or bus. Easy entry is via the Roma Street train station platform 10.
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Roma Street Parkland
1 Parkland Blvd
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Beautiful parks, fountains and greenery in the heart of the city. Can be accessed via car, train or bus. Easy entry is via the Roma Street train station platform 10.
It’s at South Brisbane. Hop on to the free CityHopper to go to Southbank Ferry Terminal. Visit one of Australia’s largest maritime museums and discover historic vessels of all shapes and sizes. It’s a great place to visit for the whole family and the children especially enjoy exploring our BIG exhibits such as the warship Diamantina and the lugger Penguin. Address:- Southern End, South Bank Parklands.
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Queensland Maritime Museum
412 Stanley St
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It’s at South Brisbane. Hop on to the free CityHopper to go to Southbank Ferry Terminal. Visit one of Australia’s largest maritime museums and discover historic vessels of all shapes and sizes. It’s a great place to visit for the whole family and the children especially enjoy exploring our BIG exhibits such as the warship Diamantina and the lugger Penguin. Address:- Southern End, South Bank Parklands.
It is opened from Tuesday – Sunday. It is located in the Brisbane Botanical Gardens and is 5 Km from the Brisbane CBD. It is situated at the base of Mt Cootha. It is a great outdoor adventure for kids. Please do visit.
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Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium
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It is opened from Tuesday – Sunday. It is located in the Brisbane Botanical Gardens and is 5 Km from the Brisbane CBD. It is situated at the base of Mt Cootha. It is a great outdoor adventure for kids. Please do visit.
It is located in South Brisbane. Easily accessible via car, bus, train or ferry. Catch the City Hopper from Holman Street Ferry Terminal and get down at South Bank 3 Ferry Terminal. The parklands are renowned for its beautiful and kid friendly parks, open theatre, barbecues, Nepalese Temple, Wheel of Brisbane, lagoons both for kids and grownups. Check out the weekend night markets at South Bank. It starts from Friday – Sunday. Catch a movie or two at the Cineplex theatres on Grey Street, very cheap movie prices. You will find cafes, restaurants and diners at Grey Street and Little Stanley Street. There is also a food court at the parklands itself. You will be spoiled for choices!
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South Bank
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It is located in South Brisbane. Easily accessible via car, bus, train or ferry. Catch the City Hopper from Holman Street Ferry Terminal and get down at South Bank 3 Ferry Terminal. The parklands are renowned for its beautiful and kid friendly parks, open theatre, barbecues, Nepalese Temple, Wheel of Brisbane, lagoons both for kids and grownups. Check out the weekend night markets at South Bank. It starts from Friday – Sunday. Catch a movie or two at the Cineplex theatres on Grey Street, very cheap movie prices. You will find cafes, restaurants and diners at Grey Street and Little Stanley Street. There is also a food court at the parklands itself. You will be spoiled for choices!
Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art – It is located at Stanley Place, South Brisbane. General entry is free but entry fees may apply to special exhibitions, screenings and events.
QAGOMA Store
Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art – It is located at Stanley Place, South Brisbane. General entry is free but entry fees may apply to special exhibitions, screenings and events.
Queensland Performing Arts Centre – It is one of Australia’s leading centres for live performances. It is located at the corner of Grey and Melbourne Street, South Brisbane. It is next to South Bank Parklands.
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Queensland Performing Arts Centre
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Queensland Performing Arts Centre – It is one of Australia’s leading centres for live performances. It is located at the corner of Grey and Melbourne Street, South Brisbane. It is next to South Bank Parklands.
Chef Matt Moran brings the quintessential Aria dining experience to Brisbane. Here, the passion for performance and delicate touches are presented in a perfectly balanced seasonal menu featuring the best produce with an award-winning wine list served by a dedicated and talented team.
Aria Restaurant Brisbane
1 Eagle St
Chef Matt Moran brings the quintessential Aria dining experience to Brisbane. Here, the passion for performance and delicate touches are presented in a perfectly balanced seasonal menu featuring the best produce with an award-winning wine list served by a dedicated and talented team.
Enjoy The Bavarian's fabulous offerings - A local hotspot for corporate lunches, after-work drinks, celebratory events and general weekend fun, The Bavarian can cater for groups of all shapes and sizes.
The Bavarian Eagle Street Pier
45 Eagle St
Enjoy The Bavarian's fabulous offerings - A local hotspot for corporate lunches, after-work drinks, celebratory events and general weekend fun, The Bavarian can cater for groups of all shapes and sizes.
Cha Cha Char Wine Bar & Grill is Brisbane’s signature steakhouse, the multi-award wining steak menu features over ten different cuts of quality pasture and grain fed beef. For the perfect cut, it’s got to be Cha Cha Char.
Cha Cha Char
1 Eagle St
Cha Cha Char Wine Bar & Grill is Brisbane’s signature steakhouse, the multi-award wining steak menu features over ten different cuts of quality pasture and grain fed beef. For the perfect cut, it’s got to be Cha Cha Char.
Fratelli Famous are all about serving up fresh, fast and famous delicious pizza - created by you!
Fratelli Famous
45 Eagle Street Pier
Fratelli Famous are all about serving up fresh, fast and famous delicious pizza - created by you!
Brisbane’s number one seafood restaurant, Georges Paragon offers their famous Yes Sir! Lunch Half Price menu and Half Price Dinner menu when seated between 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm.
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George's Paragon Seafood Restaurant
10 Eagle St
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Brisbane’s number one seafood restaurant, Georges Paragon offers their famous Yes Sir! Lunch Half Price menu and Half Price Dinner menu when seated between 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm.
Enjoy famous burger eatery Grill’d at Eagle Street Pier - Grill’d have been all about bringing the freshest and healthiest burgers around. And whilst their commitment to this continues, it still comes back to one thing: taste.
Grill'd Eagle St
Enjoy famous burger eatery Grill’d at Eagle Street Pier - Grill’d have been all about bringing the freshest and healthiest burgers around. And whilst their commitment to this continues, it still comes back to one thing: taste.
Guzman Y Gomez dish up the time-honoured flavours of Mexico with the freshest Australian ingredients. Channelling Mexico’s suburban streets, bursts of colour and street art contribute to a warm energetic vibe, inviting you to settle in and savour every bite.
Guzman y Gomez
45 Eagle St
Guzman Y Gomez dish up the time-honoured flavours of Mexico with the freshest Australian ingredients. Channelling Mexico’s suburban streets, bursts of colour and street art contribute to a warm energetic vibe, inviting you to settle in and savour every bite.
Long regarded as one of Brisbane’s best restaurants, Il Centro is a multi-award winning restaurant providing guests with a fine balance of casual yet elegant al fresco and indoor dining with a modern Italian flavour since 1992.
IL Centro Restaurant
1 Eagle St
Long regarded as one of Brisbane’s best restaurants, Il Centro is a multi-award winning restaurant providing guests with a fine balance of casual yet elegant al fresco and indoor dining with a modern Italian flavour since 1992.
With an East-meets-West fusion vibe, Jade Buddha Bar & Kitchen has something tasty on the menu for everyone. Relax and unwind with stunning views of the Brisbane River, indulge in a cocktail or casual drink choosing from many indoor and outdoor bars.
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Jade Buddha Bar & Kitchen
1 Eagle St
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With an East-meets-West fusion vibe, Jade Buddha Bar & Kitchen has something tasty on the menu for everyone. Relax and unwind with stunning views of the Brisbane River, indulge in a cocktail or casual drink choosing from many indoor and outdoor bars.
Kookaburra Showboat Cruises is where great food, entertainment and spectacular cruises come together. Whether it’s a weekend lunch or evening dinner cruise, the Showboat’s Brisbane Cruises are a must do for all visitors and locals alike.
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Kookaburra Showboat Cruises
45 Eagle Street
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Kookaburra Showboat Cruises is where great food, entertainment and spectacular cruises come together. Whether it’s a weekend lunch or evening dinner cruise, the Showboat’s Brisbane Cruises are a must do for all visitors and locals alike.
Stylish wine bar, elegant cocktail lounge, spectacular river bar - Mr & Mrs G is an inviting CBD destination in the heart of Brisbane’s premier dining precinct.
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Mr & Mrs G Riverbar
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Stylish wine bar, elegant cocktail lounge, spectacular river bar - Mr & Mrs G is an inviting CBD destination in the heart of Brisbane’s premier dining precinct.
Pony Dining offers an honest, flavour driven menu showcasing Australian produce and a carefully crafted boutique selection of wines with a cheeky cocktail list.
Pony Dining, Eagle Street Pier
Pony Dining offers an honest, flavour driven menu showcasing Australian produce and a carefully crafted boutique selection of wines with a cheeky cocktail list.
At Saké Restaurant & Bar, contemporary Japanese cuisine is prepared by the renowned Saké Chefs with a contemporary twist. Taking pride in creating innovative flavour combinations, the Saké team provide guests with the opportunity to enjoy the very best in Japanese cuisine.
Saké Restaurant & Bar
45 Eagle St
At Saké Restaurant & Bar, contemporary Japanese cuisine is prepared by the renowned Saké Chefs with a contemporary twist. Taking pride in creating innovative flavour combinations, the Saké team provide guests with the opportunity to enjoy the very best in Japanese cuisine.
Since 1989, The Coffee Club has been the place to meet when catching up with friends, family or work colleagues. With The Coffee Club, you can expect good food, great service and excellent coffee. Why meet anywhere else?
The Coffee Club Café - Eagle St Pier
1 Eagle St
Since 1989, The Coffee Club has been the place to meet when catching up with friends, family or work colleagues. With The Coffee Club, you can expect good food, great service and excellent coffee. Why meet anywhere else?
Right on the Brisbane River, Riverbar & Kitchen is a one-of-a-kind waterfront destination. With spectacular views, delectable food and an extensive array of drinks, Riverbar & Kitchen has the best beer garden in Brisbane and is ideal for any time of the day. Perfect for breakfast meetings right through to afternoon drinks in the sun, or dinner with cocktails and wide selection of speciality beer and wines. This Brisbane favourite offers plenty of outdoor seating and the unique opportunity to sit by the water and socialise with friends. OPENING HOURS: Monday - Sunday: 7am - 12am Public Holidays: 8am - 10pm
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Riverbar & Kitchen
71 Eagle St
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Right on the Brisbane River, Riverbar & Kitchen is a one-of-a-kind waterfront destination. With spectacular views, delectable food and an extensive array of drinks, Riverbar & Kitchen has the best beer garden in Brisbane and is ideal for any time of the day. Perfect for breakfast meetings right through to afternoon drinks in the sun, or dinner with cocktails and wide selection of speciality beer and wines. This Brisbane favourite offers plenty of outdoor seating and the unique opportunity to sit by the water and socialise with friends. OPENING HOURS: Monday - Sunday: 7am - 12am Public Holidays: 8am - 10pm
There is nothing like Eat Street anywhere in the world - a special one of a kind experience that I am sure you will all enjoy. With over 70 vendors creating delicious dishes from all over the world, you will be spoilt for choices. Priceless city & river views saturate & surround the 180 dining and entertainment shipping containers that add a blazing coloured landmark to the Brisbane & South East Queensland dining and entertainment scene. They have special events for Easter, So bring your kids and family and have a fun time. Address – 221 D Macarthur Avenue, Hamilton, Qld 4007. Entry fee - $3 per person. 12 years and younger are free. Opening Hours – Every weekend of the year. Fri and Sat 4 pm – 10 pm Sunday 12 noon to 8 pm.
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Eat Street Northshore
221D MacArthur Ave
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There is nothing like Eat Street anywhere in the world - a special one of a kind experience that I am sure you will all enjoy. With over 70 vendors creating delicious dishes from all over the world, you will be spoilt for choices. Priceless city & river views saturate & surround the 180 dining and entertainment shipping containers that add a blazing coloured landmark to the Brisbane & South East Queensland dining and entertainment scene. They have special events for Easter, So bring your kids and family and have a fun time. Address – 221 D Macarthur Avenue, Hamilton, Qld 4007. Entry fee - $3 per person. 12 years and younger are free. Opening Hours – Every weekend of the year. Fri and Sat 4 pm – 10 pm Sunday 12 noon to 8 pm.
Supermarkets/Shopping/Casino
It is the closest supermarket to Kangaroo Point residents apart from IGA and other mentioned convenience stores. It is located at the Gabba. Address - 795, Stanley Street, Woolloongabba. Bus - 234 from Baildon Street Bus stop near Story Bridge Hotel. It’s a clockwise service starting from Woolloongabba Station – Kangaroo Point – City – Kangaroo Point – Woolloongabba Station. Check out Translink for more details and times.
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Coles Woolloongabba
795 Stanley Street
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It is the closest supermarket to Kangaroo Point residents apart from IGA and other mentioned convenience stores. It is located at the Gabba. Address - 795, Stanley Street, Woolloongabba. Bus - 234 from Baildon Street Bus stop near Story Bridge Hotel. It’s a clockwise service starting from Woolloongabba Station – Kangaroo Point – City – Kangaroo Point – Woolloongabba Station. Check out Translink for more details and times.
It is the closest Shopping Centre to Kangaroo Point. It is located in Edwards Street, Brisbane City. Stores – Woolworths, BigW, JB HiFi, Priceline Pharmacy, Food Court and other retail stores. Public Transport Bus - 234 from Baildon Street Bus stop near Story Bridge Hotel. It’s a clockwise service starting from Woolloongabba Station – Kangaroo Point – City – Kangaroo Point – Woolloongabba Station. Check out Translink for more details and times. Take the City Hopper from Holman Street Ferry Terminal to Eagle Street Pier Ferry Terminal. Its only one stop away and across the river and you will be in Eagle Street Pier, Brisbane CBD which is renowned for its restaurants, bars and cafes. You can also cross the street and go towards the city towards Edwards Street, Elizabeth Street, Mary Street, Adelaide Street, Charlotte Street, Margaret Street and Queen St Mall, King George Square, City Hall. By Car – You can go to Brisbane CBD via State Route 15. It will take you around 11 min with traffic. Or you can travel via State Route 15 and Ann Street. Other transports – Taxis (Black and White Cabs and Yellow Cabs), Uber services are available in the area.
MacArthur Central Shopping Centre
255 Queen St
It is the closest Shopping Centre to Kangaroo Point. It is located in Edwards Street, Brisbane City. Stores – Woolworths, BigW, JB HiFi, Priceline Pharmacy, Food Court and other retail stores. Public Transport Bus - 234 from Baildon Street Bus stop near Story Bridge Hotel. It’s a clockwise service starting from Woolloongabba Station – Kangaroo Point – City – Kangaroo Point – Woolloongabba Station. Check out Translink for more details and times. Take the City Hopper from Holman Street Ferry Terminal to Eagle Street Pier Ferry Terminal. Its only one stop away and across the river and you will be in Eagle Street Pier, Brisbane CBD which is renowned for its restaurants, bars and cafes. You can also cross the street and go towards the city towards Edwards Street, Elizabeth Street, Mary Street, Adelaide Street, Charlotte Street, Margaret Street and Queen St Mall, King George Square, City Hall. By Car – You can go to Brisbane CBD via State Route 15. It will take you around 11 min with traffic. Or you can travel via State Route 15 and Ann Street. Other transports – Taxis (Black and White Cabs and Yellow Cabs), Uber services are available in the area.
It is a large shopping Centre which has got numerous stores and food courts. It has also got Event Cinemas where you can enjoy English and other multicultural cinemas. Public Transport Take the City Hopper from Holman Street Ferry Terminal to Eagle Street Pier Ferry Terminal. Its only one stop away and across the river and you will be in Eagle Street Pier, Brisbane CBD. You can also cross the street and go towards the city towards Edwards Street, Elizabeth Street, Mary Street, Adelaide Street, Charlotte Street, Margaret Street and Queen St Mall, King George Square, City Hall. Take Bus 234, from Baildon Street Bus stop near Story Bridge Hotel. The bus service takes you to Ann Street, Queen Street, Edwards Street, Adelaide Street and Wickham Street Fortitude Valley. It’s a short bus ride to the CBD. Around 10 minutes. By Car – You can go to Brisbane CBD via State Route 15. It will take you around 11 min with traffic. Or you can travel via State Route 15 and Ann Street. Other transports – Taxis (Black and White Cabs and Yellow Cabs), Uber services are available in the area.
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The Myer Centre
91 Queen Street Bus Station
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It is a large shopping Centre which has got numerous stores and food courts. It has also got Event Cinemas where you can enjoy English and other multicultural cinemas. Public Transport Take the City Hopper from Holman Street Ferry Terminal to Eagle Street Pier Ferry Terminal. Its only one stop away and across the river and you will be in Eagle Street Pier, Brisbane CBD. You can also cross the street and go towards the city towards Edwards Street, Elizabeth Street, Mary Street, Adelaide Street, Charlotte Street, Margaret Street and Queen St Mall, King George Square, City Hall. Take Bus 234, from Baildon Street Bus stop near Story Bridge Hotel. The bus service takes you to Ann Street, Queen Street, Edwards Street, Adelaide Street and Wickham Street Fortitude Valley. It’s a short bus ride to the CBD. Around 10 minutes. By Car – You can go to Brisbane CBD via State Route 15. It will take you around 11 min with traffic. Or you can travel via State Route 15 and Ann Street. Other transports – Taxis (Black and White Cabs and Yellow Cabs), Uber services are available in the area.
Queen St Mall has got numerous stores, retail outlets, shopping centres, takeaways, food courts, cafes, restaurants, bars and pubs. It is in Brisbane CBD. The famous shopping centres are:- Myer Centre Wintergarden Public Transport Bus - 234 from Baildon Street Bus stop near Story Bridge Hotel. It’s a clockwise service starting from Woolloongabba Station – Kangaroo Point – City – Kangaroo Point – Woolloongabba Station. Check out Translink for more details and times. Take the City Hopper from Holman Street Ferry Terminal to Eagle Street Pier Ferry Terminal. Its only one stop away and across the river and you will be in Eagle Street Pier, Brisbane CBD. You can cross the street and go towards the city towards Edwards Street, Elizabeth Street, Mary Street, Adelaide Street, Charlotte Street, Margaret Street and Queen St Mall, King George Square, City Hall. By Car – You can go to Brisbane CBD via State Route 15. It will take you around 11 min with traffic. Or you can travel via State Route 15 and Ann Street. Other transports – Taxis (Black and White Cabs and Yellow Cabs), Uber services are available in the area.
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Queen Street Mall
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Queen St Mall has got numerous stores, retail outlets, shopping centres, takeaways, food courts, cafes, restaurants, bars and pubs. It is in Brisbane CBD. The famous shopping centres are:- Myer Centre Wintergarden Public Transport Bus - 234 from Baildon Street Bus stop near Story Bridge Hotel. It’s a clockwise service starting from Woolloongabba Station – Kangaroo Point – City – Kangaroo Point – Woolloongabba Station. Check out Translink for more details and times. Take the City Hopper from Holman Street Ferry Terminal to Eagle Street Pier Ferry Terminal. Its only one stop away and across the river and you will be in Eagle Street Pier, Brisbane CBD. You can cross the street and go towards the city towards Edwards Street, Elizabeth Street, Mary Street, Adelaide Street, Charlotte Street, Margaret Street and Queen St Mall, King George Square, City Hall. By Car – You can go to Brisbane CBD via State Route 15. It will take you around 11 min with traffic. Or you can travel via State Route 15 and Ann Street. Other transports – Taxis (Black and White Cabs and Yellow Cabs), Uber services are available in the area.
It is another shopping centre at Queen St Mall. It has stores and food court. Public Transport Take the City Hopper from Holman Street Ferry Terminal to Eagle Street Pier Ferry Terminal. Its only one stop away and across the river and you will be in Eagle Street Pier, Brisbane CBD. You can cross the street and go towards the city towards Edwards Street, Elizabeth Street, Mary Street, Adelaide Street, Charlotte Street, Margaret Street and Queen St Mall, King George Square, City Hall. 2 – Take Bus 234, from Baildon Street Bus stop near Story Bridge Hotel. The bus service takes you to Ann Street, Queen Street, Edwards Street, Adelaide Street and Wickham Street Fortitude Valley. It’s a short bus ride to the CBD. Around 10 minutes. By Car – You can go to Brisbane CBD via State Route 15. It will take you around 11 min with traffic. Or you can travel via State Route 15 and Ann Street. Other transports – Taxis (Black and White Cabs and Yellow Cabs), Uber services are available in the area.
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Wintergarden
171-209 Queen St
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It is another shopping centre at Queen St Mall. It has stores and food court. Public Transport Take the City Hopper from Holman Street Ferry Terminal to Eagle Street Pier Ferry Terminal. Its only one stop away and across the river and you will be in Eagle Street Pier, Brisbane CBD. You can cross the street and go towards the city towards Edwards Street, Elizabeth Street, Mary Street, Adelaide Street, Charlotte Street, Margaret Street and Queen St Mall, King George Square, City Hall. 2 – Take Bus 234, from Baildon Street Bus stop near Story Bridge Hotel. The bus service takes you to Ann Street, Queen Street, Edwards Street, Adelaide Street and Wickham Street Fortitude Valley. It’s a short bus ride to the CBD. Around 10 minutes. By Car – You can go to Brisbane CBD via State Route 15. It will take you around 11 min with traffic. Or you can travel via State Route 15 and Ann Street. Other transports – Taxis (Black and White Cabs and Yellow Cabs), Uber services are available in the area.
Direct Factory Outlet Brisbane - It is right next door to the Brisbane Airport. DFO is located at Skygate. There are signs to direct you. Free Parking is also available. It's a haven for shoppers and tourists alike. There is a food court as well. It's a one-stop destination for all of your shopping needs at a discounted price. Check Translink for transport options and times. 1-Take the free City Hopper (North Quay) from Holman St Ferry Terminal and get down at Eagle St Pier Ferry Terminal. It’s one stop. 2-Walk 569 m to Adelaide St Stop 29 near Wharf St, Brisbane City 3-Take bus route no – 300 (Cultural Centre, City, Valley, Newstead, Hamilton, Toombul) 4-Get down at Toombul Interchange. 5-Take the Route 590(Toombul, DFO, Metroplex, Carindale, Garden City) from Toombul Interchange, platform B, Nundah. 6-Get down at Ninth Ave at Skygate, stop 2, Brisbane Airport Car - via State Route 15 and Airport Link. Takes around 16 min. The distance is 16.4 km. Other transports – Taxis (Black and White Cabs and Yellow Cabs), Uber services are available in the area.
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DFO Brisbane
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Direct Factory Outlet Brisbane - It is right next door to the Brisbane Airport. DFO is located at Skygate. There are signs to direct you. Free Parking is also available. It's a haven for shoppers and tourists alike. There is a food court as well. It's a one-stop destination for all of your shopping needs at a discounted price. Check Translink for transport options and times. 1-Take the free City Hopper (North Quay) from Holman St Ferry Terminal and get down at Eagle St Pier Ferry Terminal. It’s one stop. 2-Walk 569 m to Adelaide St Stop 29 near Wharf St, Brisbane City 3-Take bus route no – 300 (Cultural Centre, City, Valley, Newstead, Hamilton, Toombul) 4-Get down at Toombul Interchange. 5-Take the Route 590(Toombul, DFO, Metroplex, Carindale, Garden City) from Toombul Interchange, platform B, Nundah. 6-Get down at Ninth Ave at Skygate, stop 2, Brisbane Airport Car - via State Route 15 and Airport Link. Takes around 16 min. The distance is 16.4 km. Other transports – Taxis (Black and White Cabs and Yellow Cabs), Uber services are available in the area.
The old-world opulence of a five-star hotel; the non-stop excitement of a 24-hour casino; the thrill of live entertainment; the tantalising taste of amazing restaurants and bars. Public Transport Take the City Hopper(North Quay) from Holman Street Ferry Terminal to Eagle Street Pier Ferry Terminal. Get down at North Quay Ferry Terminal. Walk 5 min, to the Casino.
Treasury Casino
1 Queen St
The old-world opulence of a five-star hotel; the non-stop excitement of a 24-hour casino; the thrill of live entertainment; the tantalising taste of amazing restaurants and bars. Public Transport Take the City Hopper(North Quay) from Holman Street Ferry Terminal to Eagle Street Pier Ferry Terminal. Get down at North Quay Ferry Terminal. Walk 5 min, to the Casino.