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Brisbane City Hall

Brisbane City Hall Tours and Tickets

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With its grand colonnaded façade looking out over King George Square, Brisbane City Hall—nicknamed the ‘People’s Place’—is one of Brisbane’s most memorable landmarks and an important part of the city’s history. Inaugurated in 1930 and extensively renovated in 2013, it’s the office of Brisbane’s Lord Mayor, as well as the Museum of Brisbane.

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64 Adelaide St, Brisbane, QLD
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Brisbane City Essentials Walking Tour
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Brisbane City Essentials Walking Tour

Get acquainted with Brisbane’s top attractions and landmarks on a 3-hour walking tour with a knowledgeable local guide. Stroll through the city’s streets, parks and laneways to see landmarks such as City Hall and its iconic clock tower, King George Square, the City Botanic Gardens, and the Cathedral of St Stephen — the oldest church in Queensland. Stop by Eagle Street Pier and view Story Bridge, which spans the Brisbane River near the CBD. Your guide shares stories about the history of Brisbane, the perfect introduction to this dynamic Australian city.
  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation


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