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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Boreen Point

Boreen Point, Noosa Area
Boreen Point is a relaxed village on the shores of lovely Lake Cootharaba. The largest lake of the Noosa River system, Cootharaba is the gateway to the upper Noosa River, the Noosa Everglades and the Great Sandy National Park.

Tiaro and Fraser Coast Hinterland

Maryborough, Fraser Coast Area
Discover the rural charms of Tiaro and the surrounding area of Queensland's beautiful Fraser Coast Hinterland. Visit the ancestral home of the Macadamia nut, dine in historic hotels or picnic riverside while taking in the picturesque scenery and genuine country hospitality.

Kin Kin

Kin Kin, Noosa Area
Kin Kin is a quaint town located in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, 40 minutes drive from Noosa Heads. It's an area well known for its art scene and great food and the drive there will give you a feel for the wonderful scenery surrounding the area.

Double Island Point, Cooloola, Great Sandy National Park

Rainbow Beach, Gympie Area
Free Entry
An iconic feature of the Cooloola Recreation Area in Great Sandy National Park, Double Island Point is a scenic headland offering mesmerising views along the beach and out to sea. The easiest way to visit Double Island Point is by four-wheel-drive vehicle along Cooloola's beach drive between Noosa North Shore and Rainbow Beach.

Nursery Reef

Rainbow Beach, Gympie Area
Nursery Reef is a shallow rocky reef off Rainbow Beach that is always full of surprises. The least dived site in the area, due to its shallow depth and exposed location, Nursery Reef is only 5 metres to 7 metres deep.

Rainbow Beach

Rainbow Beach, Gympie Area
This is heavenly sub-tropical, coastal town situated on the Great Beach Drive that is an aquatic lovers playground. Rainbow Beach, is a major entry point to the 41,000 hectare Cooloola National Park and the southern gateway to world heritage listed Fraser Island.

Carlo Sand Blow

Rainbow Beach, Gympie Area
Free Entry
Carlo Sand Blow is a unique "moonscape" sand mass covering over 15 hectares and overlooks the towering coloured sands and the coastline from Double Island Point to Inskip Peninsula and the southern tip of Fraser Island.

Kilkivan

Kilkivan, Gympie Area
Kilkivan is a small, relaxed country town with a unique ‘frontier’ feel. It was near Kilkivan in 1852 that gold was first discovered in Queensland leading to a gold rush. Many amateur prospectors still pan for gold in the surrounding countryside intersected by numerous small ranges and ravines.

Tinnanbar

Great Sandy Strait, Fraser Coast Area
Discover one of Queensland's most beautiful and secluded beaches at the small seaside village of Tinnanbar in the Fraser Coast, with white sandy beach, clear turquoise water and stunning views to World Heritage-listed Fraser Island.

Gympie

Gympie, Gympie Area
If you're looking for some warm country hospitality you'll find it in Gympie - the heritage and cultural centre of the Cooloola region. With a rich mining history, the town was founded in 1867 after prospector James Nash discovered gold at the site now occupied by the town hall.
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