Below is a list of the top and leading Landmarks in Brisbane. To help you find the best Landmarks located near you in Hobart, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Brisbane’s Best Landmarks:
The top rated Landmarks in Brisbane are:
- St. John’s Cathedral
- The Wheel of Brisbane
- Newstead House
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St. John’s Cathedral
St. John’s Cathedral is home to a community which seeks to bring the best of Anglican tradition into dialogue with the issues and needs of our day. It is the Anglican cathedral of the Anglican Diocese of Brisbane and the metropolitan cathedral of the ecclesiastical province of Queensland, Australia
The Cathedral itself, a renowned Brisbane landmark, serves as a magnet, where diverse people gather to worship, celebrate, seek solace, converse and learn.
Sermons, Holy Communion, Baptisms, Weddings
“A wonderful experience even if you are not that inclined to visit churches. A majestic building with divine stained glass. Thoroughly recommend it.” – Beth Nicolas
The Wheel of Brisbane
The Wheel of Brisbane is an iconic landmark on the South Bank skyline, the Channel Seven Wheel of Brisbane is a breathtaking way to take in a 360-degree panoramic view of spectacular Brisbane city.
Rising 60 metres above the ground, people can enjoy the safety and comfort of a fully enclosed, air-conditioned gondola that seats up to 8 people and is fun for everyone. Visitors can choose to experience the sights by day, a romantic sunset ride or the sparkling city lights at night with all rides including an engaging audio tour of the Brisbane landscape.
Sky High Picnic, Birthday Parties, Events and Functions, School Trips, Group Bookings, Cupid’s Gondola
“A good way to enjoy the evening, amazing sunset! Beautiful views of the city. ” – Tailine Wornath
Newstead House is Brisbane’s oldest surviving home, established in 1846. This iconic landmark has evolved from a simple Georgian cottage into a grand residence following significant renovations and extensions in 1867. The house occupies a commanding position within Newstead Park, with sweeping views of the Hamilton and Bulimba reaches of the Brisbane River.
Newstead House is an established house museum, decorated and furnished to reflect the late Victorian period and is a significant part of Brisbane history.
Daily Tours (Group Bookings and School Visits), Education Programs, Venue Hire (Weddings, Events, Filming & Photography)
“This is a beautifully maintained building. It is a credit to all the people who have put work into the place over numerous years. The gardens are great and are also well looked after.” – Ron Hope
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