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Brisbane: True Crime Tour

1. Brisbane: True Crime Tour

Uncover Brisbane's macabre criminal past as you take a stroll through one of Australia's oldest settlements. Over 1.5 hours, be enthralled by stories from your expert guide and discover the mysteries that lie beneath the streets of historic Brisbane. Set off from the meeting point and amble through some of Brisbane's hidden alleyways and nooks, enjoying incredible photo and sightseeing opportunities along the way. Learn about fascinating true crimes stories that never made it into the official history books.  Join an investigation into a dark and crime-ridden history, and see if you can piece the facts together for yourself.

Australia Zoo Entry & Transfers from Brisbane

2. Australia Zoo Entry & Transfers from Brisbane

Begin the day in style, comfort and luxury as you ride in a 7-10 seated, air conditioned vehicle. Visit Australia Zoo, accompanied by your friendly and experienced guide. You will have approximately 6 hours, heaps of time to enjoy the best Zoo in Australia. Explore the world's most interactive zoo at your own pace and watch daily animal shows including saltwater crocodiles and more. Don't miss the Wildlife Warriors show at 1.00PM! Relax at the end of the day as your tour concludes with drop off back to Brisbane Cbd

Gold Coast: Spirits of the Red Sand Aboriginal Show & Dinner

3. Gold Coast: Spirits of the Red Sand Aboriginal Show & Dinner

Experience an evening of powerful storytelling and Aboriginal rituals, served with a hearty chargrilled feast! Board a bus for transfers from select locations on the Gold Coast, and listen as the guides tell an interactive story en-route to Beenleigh Historical Village.  Mingle with other guests and your hosts on arrival, and purchase drinks from the bar before the show starts. Follow the creation myths of the Dreamtime, and journey through time as the show takes you up to the 1800s. Be mesmerized by an Aborigine storyteller and cast of direct descendants of the story you’ll be walking. Marvel as chapters of a moving story about three Aboriginal brothers is brought to life as you move through a typical 19th-century village. Admire the different stage sets, including a church, and outside jail. Then, feast on a dinner of hearty Australian food and mingle with the cast.

Brisbane: Artisinal Wine Tasting and Local 2-Course Meal

4. Brisbane: Artisinal Wine Tasting and Local 2-Course Meal

Enjoy a visit to the first winery to launch in Brisbane since 1860. Discover the venue's signature Gerler wines that are named after the city’s last winemaker and viticulturist. Partake in a fun and informative session that combines great tasting food with authentic, local wine. Taste the viticulture and flavors of acclaimed winemaker, Dave Cush. Learn about the wine-making process, learn of the local grapes of the area, and discover why Brisbane hasn't had a new winery in over 100 years. As you sip 4 artisanal wines, eat a 2-course meal, regionally focused, locally sourced, and produced directly from the farm gate.

Brisbane: City Highlights Self-Guided Smartphone Tour

5. Brisbane: City Highlights Self-Guided Smartphone Tour

Explore the sights in Brisbane with a smartphone audio tour. Use the unique navigation function to help you custom build walking routes to suit your interests. Listen to the audio commentary to hear the history behind different sites.  Dive into the culture and history of the city, as you see iconic landmarks. Hear the story behind how Story Bridge was built. Stroll through the riverside City Botanic Gardens. View the old quarry cliffs Kangaroo Point park.  Have the freedom to start or stop the tour whenever you wish. Pinpoint your favorite sights and source the best photo hotspots.

Brisbane: Wine & Food Pairing Experience

6. Brisbane: Wine & Food Pairing Experience

Take part in a must-do gourmet experience during your trip to Brisbane, by heading over to City Winery, located in the Fortitude Valley just a 4-minute drive from Brisbane CBD.  Arrive at City Winery which was the first winery in Brisbane and has been established 1860. Named after the city's last winemaker and viticulturist Carl Gerler the venue is home to Gerler wines that are largely made on site by the acclaimed winemaker Dave Cush. The venue is a fully functioning micro-winery, cellar door, and restaurant with private dining for groups of up to 20 participants.  Meet an expert sommelier or winemaker and begin your wine and food pairing experience. Start by learning about how food and wine work together and what styles of wines work with various types of food. The wine and food masterclass revolves around 6 dishes and wine pairings that in total will be equivalent to a full meal.

Brisbane: Themed Adventure Game

7. Brisbane: Themed Adventure Game

Be immersed in the story of the Brisbane Burglar as you take part in an adventure game starting and finishing at Reddacliff Place in Brisbane's CBD. Have up to two hours to complete the case with your team collecting points for every correct answer from challenges, riddles and eventually guessing the Brisbane Burglar's identity. Detective Watson will provide a case briefing and hand out the essentials to solve the case; a detective bag, gamebook, and map. It's not always the fasted team that wins, have you been paying attention along the way? Your gamebook continues on from your case briefing, introducing you to the suspects and providing riddles to guide you to your first challenge. The challenges are hands-on activities using the tools in your detective bag and the local buildings to help build an evidential case. Write your answers on the provided sheet and debate among your team who you think the Brisbane Burglar is. Once you have all the answers, make your way back to the Detective to see how well you went.

Brisbane: City Winery Wine Blending Workshop

8. Brisbane: City Winery Wine Blending Workshop

Visit the first winery to launch in Brisbane since 1860 and work with the winemaker or group sommelier to blend up your own bottle of wine. Discover the venue's signature Gerler wines that are named after the city’s last winemaker and viticulturist, Carl Gerler, and largely made onsite by acclaimed winemaker, Dave Cush. To get there, take a mere 4-minute drive from Brisbane CBD. Once at the venue, find a fully functioning micro-winery, cellar door, and restaurant with private dining for groups up to 20 people. Then, begin your fun and informative session that combines wine tasting with winemaking principles. Learn about the various elements that go into blending a bottle of wine — such as whole bunch, pressings, and half-whole bunch — and the art of getting the mix right. Finally, bottle and seal your own unique blend, label it, and have it signed by the winemaker.

Brisbane: Cruise to Watch 'Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race'

9. Brisbane: Cruise to Watch 'Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race'

Saturate yourself in the competitiveness of the boating world by securing your very own front row seat to the annual Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race. Travelling on board the magnificent Eye Spy Vessel, we cruise out to staring line to watch the commencement of this historical Yacht Race where you will enjoy a beautiful meal and entertainment plus - You just couldn't get any closer!

Brisbane: Guided Food Tour with Coffee, Seafood and Wine

10. Brisbane: Guided Food Tour with Coffee, Seafood and Wine

Test your taste with the authentic brews and culinary creations native to Queensland. Enjoy a guided visit to different foodie venues, and explore Brisbane's food scene. Discover hidden gems, meet artisans and producers, and absorb the local stories of where it all comes from. Start your experience with a coffee tasting and morning tea at a local roastery. Go for a behind-the-scenes tour and tasting session at a local winery. Savor a platter of local delicacies or cheeses, paired with wine or non-alcoholic drinks. Stop for a seafood lunch paired with a non-alcoholic drink, or enjoy a meal of local produce along with a glass of wine. Continue to your next venue to taste some sweet treats before finishing your experience with a Queensland-inspired cocktail. Try 5 to 6 dishes, along with drinks and wine tastings throughout the day, before being dropped off at your accommodation.

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Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 40 reviews

We thoroughly enjoyed our dinner and wine tasting at City Winery in Brisbane. We arrived an hour early (as our early activities had ended early in the area) and they happily accommodated us by sitting us early as they were not overly busy. Our server, Sofie, was fantastic she was very pleasant, engaging and informative. She explained each wine we tasted and customized the wine selection to our tastes being very flexible. The meal was amazing and plentiful. We felt this was an excellent experience and a great value.

Great idea and nicely presented. Perhaps the presenter could tell the story and ask for thoughts. It would be more impactful and interactive.

It’s was great! It would be even better if it had newer crime stories but it was great to learn more about the past.

Walked the streets of Brisbane and learnt about historic crimes at the site that they occurred

Great stories and good being able to see the pictures.