Brisbane, City of Nature and Shopping Tourism in Australia

Brisbane is one city on the east coast of Australia which is the capital of Queensland state, city an attractive tourist destination in Australia. Brisbane is a quiet town with relatively warm temperatures. However, once visited the Gold Coast is located about 2 hours from Brisbane, all the rest fade switch with the hustle and bustle of city tours. Gold Coast has a long coastline and 70 kilometers of stunning beaches with clarity.

Playing on a clean beach accompanied by warm sunshine, or walking along the coastline which is filled with shops and cafes Souvenirs and various restaurants that indulge the tongue, is an exciting activity for tourists. If not enough shopping along the beach, the Gold Coast also has a Pacific Fair, the largest shopping center and very complete in Queensland, is located not far from the Casino in the city.

If you want the adrenaline and enter the dream world of Hollywood, not far from the center of the Gold Coast, Warner Bros. Movie World with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and his friends await your arrival. In it you will be invited to see the trick-trick used in the making of Hollywood movies, including the thrilling attractions of the crew of the famous Police Academy. Even more exciting, there are many theme parks that you can go in there other than Movie World. From start to Dreamworld with the game Wipeout and the Tower of Terror which makes the heart beat, the Waterworld that lets you try out different kinds of water slide, to the Sea Wolrd that showed the beauty of marine animals with giant Aquarium.

Visiting Australia, did not complete if you have not picked Koala, the typical funny animal. Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, about 10 kilometers from downtown Brisbane, is a koala breeding place, where visitors can watch and even hold these Eucalyptus leaf-eating animals. Australia is famous for the rare peculiarity satwanya found in other continents, such as the Koala, Kangaroo, Platypus and Wombat.

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