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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
1. Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
Founded in 1927, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is the world's oldest and largest koala sanctuary. Located on an 18-hectare area in the Brisbane suburb of Fig Tree Pocket in Queensland, the park is also home to kangaroos, Tasmanian devils, wombats, echidnas, platypuses, reptiles, kookaburras, emus, and cassowaries.
Story Bridge Climb
2. Story Bridge Climb
The story bridge is Brisbane’s most iconic structure, rising above the city It’s the best way to get a unique perspective of the city and its surrounds, from the glass house mountains in the north to the bay in the east and stretching down towards the Scenic Rim mountains in the south, along with the best view of the Brisbane CBD and its surrounds.
Spirits of the Red Sand
3. Spirits of the Red Sand
Voted No.1 Must Do Queensland Attraction, Spirits of the Red Sand shares 60,000 years of Aboriginal culture. Located in South East Queensland, halfway between Brisbane and Gold Coast, this is a multi-award-winning world-first in authentic Aboriginal storytelling experiences.
Tangalooma Wrecks
4. Tangalooma Wrecks
The Tangalooma Wrecks are the most famous wrecks on Moreton Island, just off the coast of southeastern Queensland, Australia. They comprise fifteen vessels, which were deliberately sunk to form a break wall and now make for an impressive, colourful sight against the blue of the water and sky. Approaching, you'll see a line of old Harbours and Marine Department steam-driven dredges and barges sinking into the edge of a sandbank. Scuba divers are often brought here on trips to admire the plentiful ocean life all around this quirky manmade wall. You can also swim to the wrecks from the beach if you have your own snorkeling gear, although currents can be strong and you must be a strong swimmer who knows how to handle rips.

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