Brisbane has been voted one of the most beautiful Australian cities to live in and it’s also one of the easiest to get around, especially if you have an active group of students! The weather is beautiful one day and perfect the next so being able to walk to many of the city’s best attractions is an excellent way to fully immerse yourself in all that Brisbane has to offer.
Brisbane itineraries are unique in that it’s possible to combine culture, history, spectacular sightseeing, great attractions and educationally rich tours that closely aligned with the Australian Curriculum, seamlessly blending your educational outcomes into a well-balanced excursion.
Here are just a few attractions that will leave your students exited, engaged and asking for more!
The Museum of Brisbane inspires students across Humanities, Social Science, History & Culture all the way to Visual Art & Design, the expert facilitators will tailor a program specifically to your needs.
Parliament House allows students to develop a deeper understanding about civics and how the system actually works. A visit to Old Government House provides an insight into the history that has helped shape our democracy.
Taking in the beauty of the Botanic Garden is a bonus and perfect place for some lunch or R& R.
South Bank offers a plethora of experiences. The Queensland Museum with the fabulous Spark Lab will ignite your student’s imagination with an inter active look at all things Science, Technology and STEM and allows them to link their experiences with the real world.
The Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) engages students in the arts and the centre will host interactive sessions with local artists, designers and educators making this ai truly authentic learning experiences, definitely not one to be missed.
Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) is just across the way and hosts a wide range of unforgettable programs.
Being a river city, there is of course the Brisbane Maritime Museum that highlights Brisbane’s rich shipping history and how the river helped to shape the growth of Australia.