Tours departing Brisbane's inner northern suburbs
Board the Lady Brisbane and witness the change in land use along the shore as we cruise to the junction of the Bremer River. Cruise past South Bank, the flying fox colony at Indooroopilly Island, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, the mansions and new developments of Westlake and River Hills and the Moggill car ferry.
This popular day tour destination returns once more. Cape Byron is the most easterly point of Australia and provides spectacular views up and down the coast from the vantage point at the lighthouse, high on the cape.
Today we visit the Summerland Camel Farm where we join the professional cameleers for a hands on experience. Learn about camel milk and its powerful immune proteins and anti-ageing ingredients and enjoy a taste of the delicious milk.
Our destination is Binna Burra, in the Lamington National Park. Combining the peace and tranquillity of a mountain getaway with a unique rainforest environment, this destination is a magical spot with stunning views.
The Burleigh Heads Markets boast a fabulous atmosphere and a wonderful selection of stallholders selling a wide variety of local products from farm fresh fruit and vegetables, beverages and honey, gourmet foods, chutneys and sauces, fresh flowers, plants, arts and crafts, antiques, collectibles and more.
The Gatton Heavy Horse Field Day is an opportunity to come and see the Heavy Horses that built our nation. See the working team ploughing, beautiful and decorated harness displays, obstacle courses, breed judging and riding events in dressage, and much more.
The Brisbane Tramway Museum has preserved a collection of trams and trolleybuses most of which operated in Brisbane from 1897 until 1969. Come along for a guided tour of the museum and view the myriad of trams and trolleybuses on display.
Boggo Road Gaol is haunted by its often violent past. Its very name conjures images of rooftop riots, hunger strikes, protests and escapes and between 1883 and 1913, it was a place of execution. Today we take a tour
If you love Rock ‘n’ Roll, cars, dancing and live music then don’t miss the Cooly Rocks On Festival. With over 2 kilometres of Rock ‘n Roll, Rockabilly and Swing and over 1,000 hot rods, custom cars and classic cars it is the most rockin’ event of the year.
The Noosa Farmers Markets is packed with many different types of stalls, from fresh organic produce, sumptuous marinades and sauces, aromatic skin care products, nuts and seeds, olives and tasty tapenades, herbs and just caught seafood to freshly baked bread and creamy cheeses.