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Alma Park Zoo Discover a wide range of Australian, exotic and endangered animals at Alma Park Zoo. This zoo located thirty minutes North of Brisbane, features Australian and exotic animals in a rainforest setting. There are so many animals at Alma Park Zoo for you to discover. At Alma Park Zoo you can enjoy free barbecue facilities and picnic lawns in the rainforest gardens or at the Palm Cafe. Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary This is the ideal place to cuddle a koala and have a photo taken at the same time. Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is the world's first and largest koala sanctuary, with 80 years of experience and over 130 koalas.Lone Pine offers various activities and presentations on Australian wildlife through the day. Enjoy the Aussie outback farm experience with the sheep dog show and watch the dogs work their amazing sheep mustering skills three times daily. The Sanctuary is located 11km southwest of the CBD. City Hall City Hall's exceptional location in the very heart of Brisbane makes it the ideal place for tourists to start their visit in Brisbane. Built in 1930, this sandstone building is situated in King George Square. Highlights are the marble staircase and gothic light fittings. City Hall is an ideal tourism attraction for individual visitors taking a leisurely walk through its corridors and the Clock Tower. Organised guided tours are also available for groups. Brisbane Forest Park This huge parkland is situated in the D'Aguilar Range, 10km North of the CBD. It is an ideal park for horse riding, cycling, camping or scenic drives. This huge park teeming with wildlife is a treasure trove close to Brisbane, offering a circuit drive of 90 minutes through a range of natural habitats. City Botanical Gardens The City Botanic Gardens are the city's oldest park, originally planted by convicts in 1825 with food crops to feed the prison colony. The botanical gardens are in the CBD and about 15 minutes walk from Roma or Central stations and easily reached using the CityCat that stops at the bottom end of Edward Street. here are free guided walks available from Monday to Saturdays at approximately 11.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m.

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