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The home of Queensland's state collection, the Sciencentre & stories from Australia and around the world.
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Historic and Natural Science exhibits. Plenty of activities of children and adults, alike!
Just up the road from Southbank this museum is a fun place to take kids for a few hours. check current exhibitions!
well worth a visit! great for kids and adults and right across the road from sountbank
Always has some wonderful exhibition to see, and located in a great location in the Southbank.
Corner of Grey and Melbourne Streets, South Bank. Free general admission. Entry charges apply to special exhibitions and events.
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“Southbank in Brisbane is a reclaimed area that was originally docks. This is now the entertainment leisure centre of Brisbane. With a beach pool and heaps of water activities, walking trails, biking tracks, restaurants, cinemas and more, there is something for everyone here. Visit the markets on a Friday night, Saturday or Sunday in the main walking street in Southbank for some great products, or just hang out at the local with a cool beer, live music and great atmosphere. ”
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“Known as Q PAC Lots of musicals playing all year round. Lots of places to eat & have a drink. If you buy a show ticket, can also select to pay for a parking spot at the same time.”
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“A great place to immerse yourself in culture. Ever changing exhibits and always something fun for the kids to do in their own section of the gallery ”
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“Some of the great advantages of visiting the galleries and museums is they are air conditioned, well maintained and they are free! After walking to South Bank from the Queen Street Mall, the museums and galleries were a welcome sight for my eyes and feet. The Gallery of Modern Art is great because they have constantly changing exhibits and a wonderful guided tour led by some very knowledgeable volunteer guides. In addition, there are interactive areas where you and your children are encouraged to participate, such as a long table full of legos and a great spiral slide that leads from the third floor to the first floor. Actually, both of those are not limited to children participation as I ”
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