Wheel Of Brisbane

Brisbane, Australia

Wheel Of Brisbane

Brisbane is one city in Australia which lately makes many tourists quite curious. Brisbane city is quite interesting for this city has a well-balanced composition between nature and the ongoing modernization elements. One icon of Brisbane is Wheel of Brisbane. It feels incomplete if you visit Brisbane without trying the sensation while riding on Wheel of Brisbane.

Wheel of Brisbane itself is a merry-go-round that allows you to see beautiful views of Brisbane. The merry-go-round is located in the heart of the city and surrounded by other famous attractions such as the South Bank and the Gardens Point. It's no wonder that this place is always crowded visited by tourists. This Wheel of Brisbane ride is always open for public from Monday to Sunday. For weekdays, this vehicle is only open from 11:00 am until 09:30 pm. But at weekends, it opens earlier and closes late than usual. Wheel of Brisbane is about 60 meters high. You can see the beautiful panorama of Brisbane at night adorned by twinkling city lights from the top of this merry-go-round.

Wheel of Brisbane is designed sophisticately and modern. The design was made by Ronald Bussink. You need not to worry about security because this Wheel of Brisbane is already well known as a merry-go-round operated using the most innovative and up-to-date technology though it's already decades years old. Don't worry for the comfort and safety. Do not forget to capture every moment there. You can also buy pictures taken by officers when you get off this merry-go-round capsule. Interestingly, this ride won't make you dizzy though it's spinning and being at a height. It's exciting, isn't it?

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Transport options Wheel Of Brisbane

Because it's located in the city center, it's not difficult to get to this tourist attraction's location. You can use public transportation. If you use bus, you can get off at two stops, either at Cultural Center Busway or South Bank Parkland. If you use train, you can get off at South Bank Railway Station or South Brisbane Railway Station.

Brisbane Travel Guide


Brisbane is the state capital of Queensland, Australia. The city is also the third most populous city in Australia. The city lies along the winding Brisbane River and has a subtropical climate. Brisbane has the nickname of Bris Vegas offering a variety of interesting attractions that can be visited. Although there is a tourist attraction in Brisbane not as many other attractions in other city such as Sydney or Melbourne, but Brisbane which has a lot of art and culture is still can be enjoyed by anyone who visit this city.

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Flying to Brisbane

Brisbane is served by Brisbane Airport. Brisbane Airport is located about 13 km northeast from Brisbane. A taxi into the city from Brisbane Airport would cost AUD 35.00. Read more about Brisbane Airport or look for flights to Brisbane