Small Group Walking Tours - Walk Brisbane

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People, bars, art, history, beers, gardens, coffee, culture, architecture, wine or just a little company? Brisbane may not have the Eiffel Tower or the Taj Mahal, but there's loads to see here if you know just where to look, and the only way to see it is to walk!

Listening is so much easier than reading, so leave your guidebook behind, relax and discover the best parts of beautiful Brisbane with a local guide.

You'll see cool art, hear about people and history, maybe try some local coffee or craft beer and get the latest tips on the best bars, cafes, restaurants and things to do for the rest of your stay.

Tours are small with no more than eight guests and your guide will introduce everyone so you feel really welcome.

Welcome to Brisbane! The local guides love it and they'll do everything they can to help you have a great time here.

Our tours

Laneways Cafe Tour

Brisbane's streets are full of cafes and restaurants, over 1500 at last count, but go to any city and the best coffee is never on the main street.

This walk is a tasting tour of the City Centre coffee scene. They'll stop at five laneway cafes, chat to passionate baristas, learn about Australian grown coffee and of course, enjoy some coffee (tea, chai latte, iced chocolate...) and tasty little bites. Instagram heaven.

On this relaxed tour you'll also pick up some great tips on eating and drinking from Brisbanites who know every cool bar and café in town, see a little on-street art and finish at a laneway bar before the office workers are out.

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$70 $70

You've done the City, or you're a little cooler than that. You want to meet some people, or just not debate with your people about where to go. You want to dodge the dodgy places, escape the ho-hum joints and booze in the good ones.

The best places in the Valley aren't in your guide book, because they just opened. Maybe only last week.

On this tour they introduce the tasty craft beers and delicious Australian wines and spirits of four of the best little bars. They'll wander up a few streets you may not have found otherwise and point out more good spots for your next night out. They also have some snacks along the way.

If you like meeting people, this is definitely the tour for you. This is not a backpacker pub crawl, the guides like cool places and good quality drinks!

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$95 $95
City Essentials Tour

The perfect introduction to Brisbane, their three hour City Essentials Tour covers all the main sights in the City Centre and takes you where the buses can't go.

Only have one day in Brisbane? This is the tour for you.

See King George Square, the Story Bridge, the City Botanic Gardens, the oldest church in Queensland, Customs House, Eagle Street Pier, the City Hall Clock Tower, and lots of hidden secrets along the way.

They'll also point out the best City bars, cafes and restaurants for every budget, so you can make the most of your limited time here.

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$60 $60
Art and Design Tour

They love art! And Brisbane has plenty of it. Take their three hour Art and Design Tour and get an up close introduction to Brisbane's excellent open air art scene.

On this walk you'll discover a mix of 40 works created by over 30 artists. They'll show you the best sculpture, murals and architectural features in the Central Business District - a mix of contemporary commissions, historical sculpture, rogue street art and building facades. You'll hear the story behind each piece and pick up some great tips on eating, drinking and art galleries to visit.

They'll finish at the internationally renowned Queensland Art Gallery, 'Gallery of Modern Art', just in time for you to grab lunch and join a free guided tour (or just enjoy the rest of your day). Alternatively, their guide will accompany you on the 10 minute walk back to the Queen St Mall.

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$60 $60

The perfect walk if you're in Brisbane on your own, or you're with friends and you don't want to argue about where to go tonight, how you got lost, or where you're going next.

On this tour you'll stop at four of the best City Centre bars and talk about fabulous Australian wine, the surging Aussie craft beer scene, what you should do in Brisbane tomorrow and even more excellent Brisbane bars and restaurants.

You'll see some great on-street art and have some snacks along the way.

This isn't a backpacker pub crawl, the guides like nice venues and good quality drinks! Like meeting people? This is the tour for you.

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$95 $95

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Kangaroo Point

Kangaroo Point, Brisbane Area
Few other suburbs in Brisbane can match Kangaroo Point for its views and natural beauty. Standing atop the ancient cliffs, the unmasked views of the river, city and mountains show the city at its best, whether it's as the sun is rising, or as the city skyline lights up in the evening.

Boondall

Boondall, Brisbane Area
Best known as the home of Brisbane's premier concert hall, entertainment centre and sporting complex, the suburb of Boondall is located approximately 20 minutes drive north-east of Brisbane's city centre.

Wilston

Wilston, Brisbane Area
Wilston is a highly attractive precinct in Brisbane. Its stunning blend of old and new architecture - from workers' cottages to modern architect-designed homes - paints a superb picture. Its inner city location and breathtaking views of the city from more elevated streets of Wilston Hill means property here is highly sought after.

Sandgate

Sandgate, Brisbane Area
The architectural beauty of both civic and residential buildings throughout Sandgate makes this coastal village one of Moreton Bay's heritage showpieces. Sandgate, located below the Redcliffe peninsula, was a popular seaside destination for Brisbane's colonial settlers in the late 1800s.

Walkabout Creek Discovery Centre, D'Aguilar National Park

The Gap, Brisbane Area
From AU$7.45 - 18.85
Walkabout Creek Discovery Centre features an Information Centre, a Wildlife Centre and a wedding/conference centre and cafe. There is also the opportunity to go swimming or kayaking in Enoggera Reservoir, enjoy a short bushwalk, or go mountain bike riding on the dedicated skills course.

Lake Koombooloomba

Brisbane City,
Free Entry
Kareeya power station was commissioned in 1999, and was developed in line with principles of environmentally sustainable development. Its location at Lake Koombooloomba in Far North Queensland's Wet Tropics World Heritage Area finally put into use infrastructure established when the dam was constructed in 1960.

South Brisbane

South Brisbane, Brisbane Area
The inner city suburb of South Brisbane has undergone a renaissance in recent years to become one of Brisbane's most popular areas. Once full of warehouses, factories, and wharves, South Brisbane underwent an incredible metamorphosis when the derelict industrial area on the banks of the Brisbane River was transformed into the site of the World Expo in 1988.

The Gap

The Gap, Brisbane Area
Hidden away on the fringes of Brisbane's leafy outer suburbs lies a secluded community known as The Gap. Surrounded by lush bushland but just 15 minutes drive to the Brisbane city centre, locals at The Gap truly enjoy the best of both worlds.

Windsor

Windsor, Brisbane Area
Situated five minutes north of Brisbane's city centre, the suburb of Windsor is steeped in the history of Brisbane. As one of Brisbane's older suburbs, the landscape of Windsor is sprinkled with grand old homes, majestic Queenslanders, heritage-listed buildings and renovated workers cottages.

Lytton

Lytton, Brisbane Area
Lytton, near the mouth of the Brisbane River and Port of Brisbane, is one of the most historically significant areas of Brisbane. The suburb is home to Fort Lytton, built as a first line naval defence between 1880 and 1881.
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