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Sunshine Castle, Bli Bli

If you have a Brisbane Kid with an interest in history, it may be worth a visit to Sunshine Castle on the Sunshine Coast, formerly known as Bli Bli Castle.Over the past 10 years, Sunshine Castle have shifted the focus of... Read More


Cycle or walk the Riverwalk between New Farm and Brisbane CBD

Strolling or cycling along the Riverwalk on a sunny Brisbane day is a glorious way to spend the morning or afternoon with your family. Built in 2014 to replace the flood damaged floating walkway, the Riverwalk is a pathway over the Brisbane River which connects New Farm with the Brisbane CBD. Stretching over 870 metres, the Riverwalk begins …

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Visit Springbrook National Park with Kids

With its stunning scenery of breathtaking panoramic views, lush rainforest and cascading waterfalls, as well as amazing wildlife and great bushwalks, Springbrook National Park is a spectacular place to visit. About Springbrook National Park Springbrook National Park covers an area of 6725 hectares and is located in the Gold Coast hinterland, about 100km south of …

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Day Trip: Lips Falls

Our family enjoys bushwalking, and we’ve found some wonderful places to explore around Brisbane as a family, from the tips of Mt Ngungun in the Glass House Mountains to Queen Mary Falls in the McPherson Ranges. We are always on the lookout for the next family adventure, and we’ve marked a lot of places off our …

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Walk to King Island from Wellington Point

A definite bucket list item to experience with your Brisbane kids is the unique sea walk between King Island and Wellington Point at low tide.  Although popular for its waterside playground and impressive climbing trees, visitors to Wellington Point will benefit from checking the tidal conditions first as its only as the waters ebb away …

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Bunyaville Conservation Park

Nestled in the northern suburbs of Brisbane is the Bunyaville Regional Park; a wonderful place to take your Brisbane Kids to picnic, bush walk, barbecue and reconnect with nature. Picnic areas at Bunyaville Regional Park When you drive into Bunyaville, continue on to the car park area and you will notice two expansive picnic areas …

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The Best Picnic Spots in Brisbane For Families

With our wonderful Queensland climate, Brisbane is the perfect place in which to head outdoors and enjoy a fun family picnic. Just pack a picnic rug and some sarnies and snacks, or sausages and bread for a simple sausage sizzle, and head to one of these best picnic spots in Brisbane for families. Throw in some …

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Brisbane City Botanic Gardens

The City Botanic Gardens, Brisbane’s most historic public gardens, is the perfect place to come for a little outdoors time. With so many different features on offer – such as bike and walking paths, expansive lawns, a newly updated playground, countless picnicking areas, and even ornamental ponds – you’ll never be at a loss for …

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Fort Lytton, A Brisbane Kids Review

You don’t need to travel to Europe to see a historic military fort – Brisbane has its very own coastal fortress, Fort Lytton, complete with a water-filled moat for you to visit. Situated on the Brisbane River, Fort Lytton is a fascinating landmark to explore with your Brisbane Kids. A visit to Fort Lytton can …

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Samford Village Cycle Trail

Samford, just north-west of Brisbane, is such a delightful area with a bustling country village feel to it. There’s lots for families to see and do there, including taking a leisurely weekend cycle around the village. The track, which begins and ends at the Samford Parklands sporting complex, weaves its way through country lanes, new …

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Places to take visitors to Brisbane: Kangaroo Point

Deciding where to take friends or family who are visiting Brisbane can often be a bit overwhelming. There are plenty of options, but it’s hard to know where to start. Kangaroo Point, a suburb within close proximity of Brisbane’s CBD and river, is a great place to take visitors because it offers many activities that …

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Climbing Mount Coolum With Kids

Take a drive to Coolum on the Sunshine Coast, and you can’t miss the imposing Mount Coolum, rising 208m from the grounds of the Mount Coolum National Park. There is an established track leading to the top, where climbers are rewarded with 360 degree views over the coast and the hinterland. Here’s everything you need to …

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Kondalilla Falls | The Review

Stunning views are always a rewarding part of hiking but views plus a refreshing swim under a cascading waterfall in a rock pool surrounded by rainforest is an even bigger incentive to lace up your walking shoes and head to Kondalilla National Park. Located only 1-½ hours north of Brisbane near the picturesque village of Montville …

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Greenes Falls Mount Glorious

Waterfalls near Brisbane do exist and while Greenes Falls isn’t one of the biggest waterfalls, it is the journey rather than the destination that makes this 2 hour return trip walk a family favourite. You can access the walk via the Maiala Picnic Area at the top of Mount Glorious which you will find on the …

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Where Can You Swim In Moggill Creek!

In sticky, hot Brissie summers, there’s nothing better than some fun water play to cool off. Luckily, we have many amazing creeks in and around our beautiful city that provide great opportunities for kids to escape the summer heat that are natural, fun and free! How to get to Moggill Creek One of the best …

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Bunya Crossing Reserve water hole

Canoe, swim, bush walk, picnic, barbecue, relax. You can do it all at Bunya Crossing Reserve, a little known but beautiful recreational area along the South Pine River. Things to do at Bunya Crossing Reserve You can drive your car right down to the reserve car park adjacent to the river. This makes it easy …

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Kumbartcho Sanctuary | Wild Life and Native Reserve in Eatons Hill

Kumbartcho Sanctuary is a beautiful community managed forest reserve rich in native flora and fauna. Enjoy a day out with the family exploring the reserve, stopping for lunch and fun in the playground. Kumbartcho Sanctuary The Fun Saved from developers nearly 20 years ago, Kumbartcho is a community forest reserve located on over four hectares …

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The 10 Best Brisbane Walks for Families

From paved circuits and bushland walks to rainforest trails and uphill climbs, we have found the 10 best Brisbane walks for families! Eddie Santagiuliana Way This walkway and bikeway around the foreshore in Cleveland offers an easy walk along concrete paths and boardwalks, passing through amazing natural scenery, from grassed areas and open bushland to …

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Explore Brisbane | Eddie Santagiuliana Way in Cleveland

The Brisbane foreshore is a wonderful area of natural beauty, a variety landscapes and habitats, stunning views and amazing wildlife. One of the best places to explore all of these exciting elements is along the Eddie Santagiuliana Way. Named in honour of former Redland Shire councillor and mayor, Eddie Santagiuliana, this foreshore trail is the …

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Playgrounds at South Bank Parklands

South Bank Parklands, in Brisbane’s CBD is effectively one giant playground for kids of all sizes and abilities. Streets Beach, Aquativity Water Park and Picnic Island Playground are just some of the popular attractions within South Bank Parklands. And now there is a brand new playground – Riverside Green Playground – for locals and tourists …

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Streets Beach at South Bank Parklands

Brisbane really is the city of sun days – and there’s no better place to soak up the sun than at South Bank Parkland’s Streets Beach, Aquativity and Boat Pool. Tourists and locals alike flock to this inner-city spot, where you can cool off, swim, dig in the sand, picnic and play for free. Streets …

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Things To Do On A Day Trip To Dayboro

The country town charm of Dayboro, and the variety of family friendly activities it offers, makes it the perfect day trip destination from Brisbane. We’ve asked the locals for their top picks for family friendly places to eat and play in their beautiful town. Dayboro may be small in size, but there’s a welcoming community …

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Ocean View Estate – Family Friendly Winery And Restaurant

Fancy a drive through the beautiful countryside, a gourmet picnic hamper overlooking a rural vineyard and a glass of wine in your hand as you watch your Brisbane Kids roll down a big grassy hill, over and over again? This heavenly place exists just 45km from Brisbane at Ocean View Estate Winery (near the township …

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Cedar Creek Samford

Cedar Creek Rock Pools at Samford have long been a favourite for Brisbane Families, not least because of their proximity to Brisbane, less than an hour from the city centre. To access the swimming holes, turn left into Cedar Creek Road 5.7km north of Samford driving along Mt Samson Road and follow the road around. You will …

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Things To Do For Families In Samford

They say it takes a village to raise a child… Family friendly Samford Village, situated north-west of Brisbane, may be the perfect place to do just that. Samford Village, a picturesque and bustling country town, has an amazing range of family friendly events, services, parks, and places to eat that are worth the drive to …

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Bridges of Brisbane — fascinating facts for Brisbane Kids

You’ll be surprised at the facts we’ve discovered about Brisbane’s bridges. Did you know there’s a bridge named after a local indie rock band? Neither did we! What about a bridge that people actually lived inside, and a bridge that was a film location for a famous movie? We even have one of the longest bridges …

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Tangalooma Island Resort | A Tropical, Action-packed Paradise Just 40km from Brisbane

With its pristine white sandy beaches, crystal clear turquoise water, unspoilt national park and truly amazing wildlife, you could be forgiven for thinking Tangalooma Island Resort is a distant dream. Yet this topical island paradise is just 40 kilometres off the coast of Brisbane! Tangalooma Island Resort is located on Moreton Island, the third largest sand …

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The Gollum Tree at Scarborough Beach | A Touch of Magic for Brisbane Kids

A mysterious door has appeared in one of Scarborough Beach’s beautiful Norfolk Pine trees — and local legend has it that Gollum, of Lord of the Rings fame, is residing inside! Brisbane Kids and Lord of the Rings enthusiasts will love examining this magical door and peeking through the small window to spot a light-up Gollum figurine …

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Chardon Bridge Road at Cedar Creek | Creek Play

Searching for a spot to fish, a lazy place to soak in the sun or a cool creek to dip into in the warmer weather? Then pay a visit to Chardon Bridge Road, Cedar Creek. This charming swimming and fishing spot is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy the fun of creek play. The …

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A Family Friendly Winery in Brisbane | Sirromet Winery

Whether you’ve lived in Brisbane all your life, you’re just visiting or you’re playing tour guide to guests, a visit to Sirromet Winery at Mount Cotton should be on your list of things to do. It’s a fantastic local experience and is surprisingly a family friendly winery – there’s plenty to entertain the kids while …

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Daisy Hill Conservation Park & Quarry | Explore Brisbane

Daisy Hill Conservation Park has an amazing array of walking and cycling tracks; from beginner to advanced. These tracks are well maintained and offer an exciting day out for the whole family, including your four legged members. The Daisy Hill Quarry at Buhot Creek Circuit is a wonderful discovery that will entrance your Brisbane Kids. …

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Awesome Brisbane Cruises for Families

Winding its way through outer suburbs and looping around the CBD, the Brisbane River is both an iconic focal point of our city and a fabulous vantage point from which to enjoy Brisbane’s amazing sights. Cruising on the river, you can see natural features like the Kangaroo Point Cliffs, pass under the landmark Story Bridge, …

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Whale Watching from Brisbane

Humpback whales are some of the most amazing and beautiful creatures on the planet. These gentle giants are majestic and graceful in the water, yet they can also be amazingly inquisitive and playful — spy hopping to see who’s around, acrobatically breaching and spinning around, and creating huge splashes with their lob tailing and fin …

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The Best Kids’ Climbing Trees in Brisbane

I’m not sharing anything new with you when I say that kids today have less of an affair with the great outdoors than we did when we were young.  In particular, the adventure and imagination-filled wonder of climbing amongst the outstretched limbs of the perfect tree.  What was once a symbol of an idyllic childhood …

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11 Brisbane Heritage Sites To Visit With Kids

Brisbane Kids love getting out and about, visiting new places and learning new things, so why not combine that with a touch of local history and culture by visiting one of these awesome Brisbane Heritage sites? 1. Boondall Wetlands Long before Brisbane became Brisbane, it was Mian-jin to the original Indigenous inhabitants. Kids can learn …

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Explore Brisbane | J C Slaughter Falls

Located in Mt Coot-tha Reserve in Brisbane’s west, J C Slaughter Falls picnic grounds are the starting point for some great walks up the mountain. We took advantage of the gorgeous sunshine and lower temperatures that Brisbane offers in Autumn, packed a picnic, invited some friends and experienced an idyllic family day out. J C …

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Strawberry Picking in Bli Bli | McMartin’s Strawberry Farm

Brisbane Kids of all ages will enjoy strawberry picking in Bli Bli on the Sunshine Coast at the picturesque McMartin’s Strawberry Farm. And as your kids gorge on their collected berries, you can feel good knowing they are having a healthy treat, unless they dunk them in chocolate dipping sauce first… McMartin’s Strawberry Farm – …

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Day trip to Moreton Island | Explore Brisbane

Who knew you could watch the sun sparkle on the ocean, spot star fish along the sea shore, hand feed dolphins in the shallow water and still be in the Brisbane City Council area? The sub-tropical paradise of Moreton Island, known as the jewel of Moreton Bay, is perhaps one of the most under-rated holiday …

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Nature Play – Getting Our Kids Outdoors

Turning screen time to green time Firstly – if you are coming here via our facebook page (ironic) and just want to sign up- then go here  passport to an amazing childhood There is very little debate on the fact that children today are growing up in a very different world to the one many …

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See the Turtles at Mon Repos Conservation Park in Bundaberg

FEATURE IMAGE CREDIT: Robert Ashdown Time of year to visit: between November to March Family fun and adventure begins at Mon Repos Conservation Park, located in Bundaberg! Home to the largest concentration of nesting marine turtles on the eastern Australian mainland, Mon Repos has a variety of activities families and children of all ages can …

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Explore Brisbane | The Scenic Rim

If you’ve had your fill of the beach and are looking for something different to do this weekend, why not head west to explore the Scenic Rim? The Scenic Rim is an arc of spectacular mountains lying from the south of Beaudesert, around to the area south-west of Ipswich, and boasts stunning scenery, quaint country …

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Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve – THE REVIEW

The rolling green hills of Maleny in the Sunshine Coast hinterland are well known, but prior to European settlement, the whole area was covered in thick sub-tropical rainforest. A 55 hectare remnant of this beautiful rainforest remains at the Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve in Maleny, approximately 100 kilometres from Brisbane, making it the perfect day …

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Explore Brisbane | Currimundi Lake And Surf Beach

If you’re looking for a family friendly day trip or holiday location that’s not too far from Brisbane, you can’t go past Currimundi Lake and Surf Beach on the beautiful Sunshine Coast. Just one hour north of Brisbane, located between Caloundra and Maroochydore, are the calm waters and golden sands of Currimundi Lake which connect …

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Climbing Mount Ngungun with kids… it can be done!

If you’re thinking of climbing Mount Ngungun with your Brisbane kids, don’t forget your camera. You’ll need it to capture the stunning views at the summit as well as your child’s chest puffing pride at having achieved such a feat! Before you climb – Glass House Mountains Visitor and Interpretative Centre Just an hour’s drive …

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Autumn Leaves in Brisbane

There’s a chill in the air first thing in the morning, and the sun is setting a little earlier in the evening. It may be subtle, but the signs of autumn’s arrival in Brisbane are here. Now is the perfect time to welcome in the new season by collecting golden Autumn leaves with your Brisbane …

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The Magic of Mount Tamborine for Families in Brisbane

Everybody needs a little time away.  And no I am not just singing a popular tune in my head when I say that.  With life as we now know it moving at a pace that requires almost Olympic-level athleticism to keep up with it is becoming more and more important to find that quiet, tranquil …

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Explore Brisbane | Springwood Water Tower

Looking for a great place to ride a bike, fly a kite, speed around on skates, skateboard, play handball or hopscotch, race remote control cars or scooter? Then we have a spot for you and your Brisbane Kids! An active space for families Springwood Water Tower is a water reservoir that has a massive concrete …

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Cedar Creek Conservation Park Mount Tamborine

On an unseasonably hot spring morning, we set off out of the city to the foothills of Mount Tamborine. Winding through farm land and picturesque countryside flows Cedar Creek. This creek is a spring fed creek all year round, with clear water and various swimming spots. It is perfect for all ages. Fun for Kids …

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Venman Bushland National Park

Family bush walks are a brilliant way to spend time together and get out into the great outdoors.   Start with short, easy walks and progress from there. When done regularly, children quickly become avid walkers and love to explore. This is a healthy and fun way to create childhood memories to last a life time. …

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Brisbane Dogs – When Your Babies Have Fur

Does your Brisbane Kid have his own Brisbane fur baby with four legs, not two; ears that listen to your every command – not ignore it, and fur that may or may not adhere to every piece of clothing you own? Yes? Are you looking for some activities for your Brisbane fur-kids that don’t involve …

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Community Gardens in Brisbane

Community Gardens in Brisbane are everywhere – probably just around the corner from home! They are a great place to learn all kinds of things and meet some of your neighbours. Did you know Brisbane has its own city farm too?  Why not take your kids to your local community gardens Brisbane! Here are just …

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Mudjimba Beach

With the winter months well and truly tucked away for another year and the spring sunshine growing warmer by the day, most people’s minds have already started wandering to their next holiday break and how to make the most of this beautiful weather. We wouldn’t live in Brisbane if we didn’t relish these warmer temperatures and …

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Cedar Creek Falls Mount Tamborine

Next time the sun peeks over the horizon, bringing with it the humid promise of another hot summer’s day, forget about making the routine trip to the beach, pool or water park. Instead, steer your family-filled car in the direction of Cedar Creek Falls at Mount Tamborine. Not only will you spend less time in …

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Mount Nebo and South D’Aguilar Day Trips With Kids

Mount Nebo would have to be one of the most accessible day trips from Brisbane being only 45 minutes from the CBD and it makes an amazing kid’s bush adventure! Pack some snacks and a picnic and head out for a big drive in the mountains, stopping along the way to investigate nature and enjoy …

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Take Your Little Pirate In Search Of Shipwrecks In Brisbane

Arrrrgh ahoy there, me hearties! Does your little one talk constantly of buried treasure and sailing the seven seas? Before you are tempted to make your little pirate walk the plank, here are some great places to find some shipwrecks in Brisbane both on land and in the water. So grab your cutlass and your …

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North Brisbane Creek for Kids | Edward Allison Park

On the way to Samford on Brisbane’s Northside just past Albany Creek is a wonderful creek spot just for perfect for Brisbane kids. Edward Allison Park is less a park and more a reserve with little to no facilities except for the beautiful freshwater Cedar Creek that runs through it, perfectly accessible by little feet. …

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The Berry Patch | Strawberry picking in South Brisbane

It’s that time of the year again and, with the awesome weather we’ve been having, there’s no better time to visit a local farm to experience strawberry picking in south Brisbane with your family. Picking your own strawberries is so much fun – not only will your Brisbane Kids get to pick all of the …

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Pick Your Own Strawberries Queensland

Bring the family for a beautiful day out on the farm and pick your own delicious Queensland strawberries at Strawberry Fields! Beautiful strawberries that couldn’t get any fresher, a tractor playground, haystacks to climb, picnic tables and benches to sit and relax….and it’s easily accessible from the Bruce Highway. Strawberry Fields is a Pick Your …

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Things to do in Brisbane with a Toddler in Autumn

The weather is getting colder and the trees are starting to change. Autumn is the perfect time of year to add an extra layer of clothing and get outside to explore our wonderful city in the sunshine. Your littlest Brisbane Kids will have a ball with our ideas on things to do in Brisbane in …

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Walkabout Creek The Gap | Nature for Kids in Brisbane

The expansive D’Aguilar National Park is the largest national park near a capital city in Australia. One of the most accessible parts of the park is via the Walkabout Creek Visitor and Wildlife Centre, a short car or bus ride away from Brisbane’s CBD. It’s a lovely day out for the whole family. Walkabout Creek Wildlife …

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Conservation Centers In Brisbane – Get Amongst Brisbane Nature!

Get your Brisbane kids away from the screen and out and about in nature at any of Brisbane’s amazing Conservation Centres this weekend. It’s not just about teaching your kids about conservation, it’s about seeing native Australian animals in their natural habitats, bushwalks through amazing scenery and taking in fresh air and family time! It’s …

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Geocaching in Brisbane With Kids

All children love a treasure hunt, but have your Brisbane Kids tried geocaching? This high tech orienteering activity is taking off across the world, with ‘caches’ popping up everywhere. The basic concept of geocaching is that someone plants a cache on public property, records the locating coordinates and posts these details on a listing site. …

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Brisbane with Kids | Fun on the Brisbane River

Fun on the Brisbane River is something that can be experienced almost all year round. Our generally fantastic weather allows us to get outside and soak up the sunshine with our Brisbane Kids whenever the mood takes us. There are so many enjoyable things to do in Brisbane with kids. We guarantee that they’ll never …

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Explore Brisbane | Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers

Nothing says spring like the colours of flowers, and when it comes to seasonal flowers, Toowoomba, about a 2 hour drive from Brisbane, is the place to be.  The annual Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers is one of those things you won’t regret seeing.  The array of colours, the beauty, is spellbounding. Literally breathtaking!  And it’s such …

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Explore Brisbane | Glass House Mountains Lookout

The Glass House Mountains are iconic to the Sunshine Coast, and you can even see them from high points in Brisbane, for example, from the summit of Clear Mountain. A few years ago, we climbed Mt Ngungun with the kids, but we never knew about the beautiful Glass House Mountains Lookout nearby until recently. Climbing …

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John Oxley Reserve at Murrumba Downs | Nature Reserve

Little known, John Oxley Reserve delivers the opportunity to spend a day in the sun with your Brisbane Kids. John Oxley Reserve – The Fun If you were looking to uncover a new picnic spot then this is the northside Brisbane Park for you. The best thing about this park though is it has a …

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Explore Brisbane | Cleveland Point Park

I live on the northside of Brisbane and rarely venture over to the southside. However, last year, the children and I visited the park at Old Cleveland Lighthouse located 237 Shore Street North, Cleveland Point which is located in the beautiful Redlands City part of South East Queensland. This picturesque place is situated right out …

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Explore Brisbane | Bullocky Rest

If you’re looking for a family day out in Brisbane that combines a picturesque drive followed by a relaxing lunch beneath shady trees, then read on. One of my favourite places on the Northside of Brisbane is Bullocky Rest, Joyner.  I often visit this place during the day with my son when I need a …

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Explore Brisbane | Apple Tree Park | Springbrook

After exploring Springbrook, and discovering the Best of All Lookout, we stopped in at Apple Tree Park.  It’s a lovely little spot, surrounded by trees, equipped with BBQ facilities, picnic tables and enough room for a game of tag. One side the park (shown above) feels quaintly abandoned, and the kids loved climbing the fallen …

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Queen Mary Falls

I found the end of the rainbow at Queen Mary Falls.  The continuous bursts of vibrant colour hovered in the air, right in front of me, and disappeared into the base of the waterfall. Incredible! So next time the kids ask what is at the end of the rainbow, I’ll say, “A waterfall”. I wonder …

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Explore Brisbane | Best of All Lookout | Springbrook

It’s enchanted, I’m sure of it. The entrance is cool, and there is a feel of magic in the air. Shadows are dappled with dancing light, making me wonder what sort of secrets the trees could tell. Green is everywhere: textured moss, twisted vines hugging tree trunks and dainty ferns spilling over rocks.  Spots of …

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Springbrook Lookout

It’s enchanted, I’m sure of it. The entrance is cool, and there is a feel of magic in the air. Shadows are dappled with dancing light, making me wonder what sort of secrets the trees could tell. Green is everywhere: textured moss, twisted vines hugging tree trunks and dainty ferns spilling over rocks.  Spots of …

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Explore Brisbane | McGavin View | Pine Rivers

This picture shows why I love McGavin View so much. The picturesque park sits next to Lake Samsonvale near Petrie on the North Side of Brisbane; it’s a beautiful spot!  The park is filled with sprawling trees, dozens of places to sit, two playgrounds, BBQ facilities, and to top it off: a backdrop of purple …

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Explore Brisbane | Clear Mountain

It was a random find.  One afternoon, I was desperate to get out of the house with the kids so decided to go for a drive.  I somehow found my way to Clear Mountain.  Now, I’ve lived on the North Side of Brisbane for most of my life and I didn’t even know this gem …

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Explore Brisbane | Abbey Museum | Caboolture

Visiting the Abbey Art and Archeology Museum, in Caboolture, just 40 minutes from Brisbane, is like stepping back in time. The stuff inside, old and ancient, makes you think and wonder.  The significance of the artifacts produces a certain reverence, almost compelling you to hold your breath so to be very, very quiet, as though …

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Walking Tracks for Kids | Mount Glorious and D’Aguilar National Park

If your Brisbane kids are full of energy that you’re looking to zap, whilst also taking in some of the most beautiful views of subtropical rainforest and the surrounding hills, then look no further than the Mount Glorious walking tracks. Picnic & Bushwalking in Brisbane with kids Located north west of Brisbane city in South …

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White Cedar Park And Northbrook Creek

White Cedar Park With Kelly from Be a Fun Mum Our family loves spontaneous outdoor picnics.  By keeping things simple, we can pull it together very easily and quickly. Note: Water capacity is seasonal and it is advised to visit after fresh rains if you want to be able to swim (especially because this is …

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Explore Brisbane with Kelly

Kelly from Be a Fun Mum Explores Brisbane Brisbane is where I spent my childhood.  I have memories of riding my bike with my Dad in the botanical gardens and catching the bus into the city to enjoy a milkshake with my Mum.  Brisbane is where I started my working life, and I spent 7 …

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Enoggera Reservoir – The Gap – water fun for families

Tucked away in the leafy suburb of The Gap, is the beautiful Enoggera Reservoir. Previously known as the Enoggera Dam, this expanse of water has been part of the local landscape since 1866. Recently, SEQ Water opened it up for recreational use – making it a wonderful place for Brisbane families to visit. Things to …

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