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Brisbane Lookout, Mt Coot-tha

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Tips van locals

Belinda
Belinda
December 09, 2019
Get a clear understanding of the Brisbane spread. On a good day you can see out to Morton Island. There is a restaurant and cafe at the lookout
Thu (Sue)
Thu (Sue)
October 05, 2019
It is the highest point in Brisbane. The view is spectacular at night.
Joanne & Glenn
Joanne & Glenn
July 31, 2019
Brisbane Lookout is a "must see" for all visitors to Brisbane with breathtaking panoramic views of Brisbane City out to Moreton Bay.
Christine
Christine
April 25, 2019
Great views of the city and surrounding areas from this high point in Brisbane's leafy suburb of Mt Coot-tha. Bush walking is a highlight in this area if you like a few hills. The botanical gardens and planetarium at the foot of Mt Coot-tha are filled with unusual plants, water features and some…
Kate
Kate
April 02, 2019
Must see place! Vies and photos! Cafe is on the top of mountain.

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Locatie
1012 Sir Samuel Griffith Dr
Toowong, QLD 4066
Telefoonnummer+61 7 3403 8888