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Discovered that there are FREE tours of the Brisbane City Town Hall clock tower!! The views are breathtaking!!!
Just go to level 3 of the Museum of Brisbane in City Hall at King George Square and ask for tickets for the clock tower tour. Only...More
On the third floor in the City Hall you can have a free 15 minutes tour of the clock tower which has a great view over the city. Interesting and informative. Small museum too with a little bit of the history of Brisbane. Not to...More
Fabulous place to spend a few hours, book a free guided tour of the clock tower - they are timed so put your name down for a slot. There is also a museum on the 3rd floor and The Shingle Inn on the ground floor...More
The city hall is a gem! Stubbled across a free senior citzs concert on a tuesday, this town certainly looks after its oldies... the main concert hall is majestic. Tour up to the observatory, free museum... then an absolutly delightful cafe downstairs.... The Shingle Cafe......More
We were hosted to a city banquet during our visit to Brisbane with the National Youth Science Forum. The City Hall is a magnificent building and the room we dined in has a large circular dome lit with moving tranquil lights which I should worth...More
A brief tour around to know more about Brisbane . Both the City Hall & Museum of Brisbane are in walking distance of each other. Large plaza in front where one can sit around a bit with some food places too! A hat is necessary...More
The City Hall is rightly listed as one of the Top Sights in Brisbane. It is very convenient to visit, being on the edge of the city centre and close to the North Quay ferry point.
From the outside, it is imposing and dominates the...More