There's no better way to enjoy Brisbane's sub-tropical climate, enviable outdoor lifestyle and vibrant urban villages than by spending time in the city's lush, open green spaces and getting under the skin of its creative precincts. You can discover Brisbane in all its glory through the eyes of a local on an 'Artful Nature' tour with Brisbane Greeters. The tour will make use of the city's walking and public transport facilities to give you a glimpse into what makes Brisbane the most bio diverse city in Australia as well as a centre for creativity.
Brisbane's gardens, located along the banks of its expansive river, are complemented by its iconic heritage buildings; including Old Government House, which is also home to the William Robinson Gallery, and Brisbane Powerhouse, a former power station turned arts and cultural hub. The mix of natural and cultural highlights on the 'Artful Nature' tour showcases the relative ease and beauty of this new world city, giving you a sense of what it stands for, where it's been, and where it's going.
Brisbane Greeters run free, customisable tours led by locals who are enthusiastic about introducing you to their city, and sharing their intimate knowledge. You can tailor the 'Artful Nature' itinerary according to your specific interests and schedule. The recommended time for the tour is four hours and includes a mix of light walking and public transport as you explore Brisbane City, neighbouring New Farm and the Brisbane River. While the Greeter service is a free public service, you will need to pay for any public transport, food and beverage consumed, and any applicable admission fees.
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