Australian cities are small enough to be enjoyed on a weekend break, yet have plenty to do to keep you busy. Here are some suggestions of what you shouldn’t miss on your next city break.
North Terrace walking tour—a very do-able mile stroll viewing some of Australia’s finest colonial buildings, Adelaide’s oldest church and much more.
Dinner at the Sailing Club – enjoy what is arguably the best view in town, a stunning location with affordable meals where you can watch palm trees silhouetted against the sunset—amazing.
Kings Park and the Botanic Garden in Perth offer 400 hectares of fun. There are multiple activities and free guided walks with experienced guides—a great day out.
The original Botanic Gardens on Brisbane River offers sculptures, a boardwalk and scenic lily ponds.
The mid-winter Beanie Festival is community creativity at its best.
A Sydney Heritage Fleet day sail is a memorable way to experience the beauty of this magnificent harbour city aboard the historic square rig James Craig.
Cataract Gorge is Launceston’s famous river gorge and is a popular tourist attraction in the city of just over 100,000 people.
Walk Marvellous Melbourne’s golden mile, tours leaving Federation Square daily, taking in architectural and cultural history with a professional guide. Seniors discounts apply.