Brisbane Lights Tours

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See Brisbane in its best light with Brisbane Lights Tours. Let them zip you around the city and beyond to Mt Coot-tha to admire Brisbane in all its glory. The night tour covers a lot of ground including buzzing Paddington, Suncorp Stadium, Southbank Parklands, Fortitude Valley, and various lookouts. Indulge in a delicious dinner, or if you're just a nibbler, choose a yummy cake accompanied by some perfectly brewed coffee instead, whilst you admire the magnificent view from the mountain. Sail the glassy waters on the CityCat for an enchanting river cruise past the illuminated Kangaroo Point cliffs and Riverside Centre. Complete the tour with stunning views from the City Lookout and Story Bridge. There are many opportunities to hop on and off at designated locations to take those spectacular night shots. Please join Brisbane Lights Tours and let them show you how beautiful Brisbane is after sunset!

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City Lights Tour with Dinner

Your tour commences with a photo opportunity of famous Australian Rugby League footballers Wally Lewis and Darren Lockyer at Suncorp Stadium. Next, travel through the inner city suburb of Paddington's trendy dining and nightlife precinct. Pass the Government House on your way up to the highest point of Brisbane. Mount Coot-tha Lookout provides a bird's-eye view of Brisbane City and its suburbs from the bay to the mountains. Indulge in a delicious dinner from Kuta Cafe. Return to the City via the cafe society precinct of Milton's Park Road. Soak up the ambience as your guide takes you for a walk through Southbank Parklands before you board the CityCat for an enchanting river cruise downstream. Complete the tour with stunning views from the City Lookout, cross the illuminated Story Bridge into cosmopolitan Fortitude Valley and Chinatown.

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$89 $89

Your tour commences with a photo opportunity of famous Australian Rugby League footballers Wally Lewis and Darren Lockyer at Suncorp Stadium. Next, travel through the inner city suburb of Paddington's trendy dining and nightlife precinct. Pass the Government House on your way up to the highest point of Brisbane. Take in the breathtaking panoramic view from the summit of Mount Coot-tha Lookout whilst enjoying coffee and cake. Return to the City via the cafe society precinct of Milton's Park Road. Soak up the ambience as your guide takes you for a walk through Southbank Parklands before you board the CityCat for an enchanting river cruise downstream. Complete the tour with stunning views from the City Lookout, cross the illuminated Story Bridge into cosmopolitan Fortitude Valley and Chinatown.

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$74 $74

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