Things to See and Do

Brisbane Whale Watching

Redcliffe Jetty,
Redcliffe Parade,
Redcliffe Queensland 4020
(07) 3880 0477
www.brisbanewhalewatching.com.au

Brisbane Whale Watching

Brisbane Whale Watching invites you to come on board the magnificent 'Eye-Spy' for an encounter with the whales. Of all the great whales, the humpback is the most surface active displaying behaviour that will not only inspire you but leave you in awe. There quite clearly is no better place to observe the mighty humpback than Brisbane's Moreton Bay, recognised as on of the world's best whale watching areas and only 30 minutes north of Brisbane. 

Your captain, Kerry Lopez is recognised as the only woman captain owning and skippering a whale watching venture in the South Pacific Rim. Her crew are skilled dedicated seamen who will assure you a pleasant and sound whale watching adventure.

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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

708 Jesmond Road,
Fig Tree Pocket
Queensland 4069
(07) 3378 1366
www.koala.net

Koala V2

Recognised by the Guinness Book of World Records, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is the world's first and largest koala sanctuary, with over 85 years of experience and 130 koalas. In 2015 Lone Pine was inducted into the Trip Advisor Hall of Fame for five consecutive years of excellence.

Interact with 100 species of Australian animals, with hands-on experiences and presentations. Hand-feed kangaroos and wild lorikeets, or get cuddly with a beautiful koala. Lone Pine is also home to two platypus, residing in a AUD1 million exhibit, who will entertain you with their playful antics.

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