Whether you're showing visitors around Brisbane or exploring a new location, we've put together a list of some of Brisbane's most iconic locations for photos.
Mt Coot-tha Lookout, Mt Coot-tha
Capture Brisbane's skyline in full at the Mt Coot-tha Lookout. With serene and idyllic views of the cityscape you'll feel on top of the world!
Tropical Display Dome, Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha
Snap a new Insta profile photo in front of this iconic tropical-plant greenhouse. Find out more about the Tropical Display Dome. If you're visiting in spring, wander to the Japanese Garden to see the cherry blossoms in bloom.
Kangaroo Point Cliffs, Kangaroo Point
Pack a picnic and perch at the top of the cliffs to get an iconic photo of the sun setting behind the city's skyline.
New Farm Park, New Farm
From the renowned rose garden to the charming gazebo, there are plenty of photo opportunities in this well-loved Brisbane park.
Brisbane from a CityCat
The Brisbane River shapes our city, and nothing says "I've been to Brisbane" more than snapping a photo aboard one of our beloved CityCats. There are plenty of beautiful backdrops to capture including New Farm Park, Story Bridge or Brisbane Powerhouse.
Is there a more iconic Brisbane snapshot than the Story Bridge? Take your pic at Wilson Outlook Resereve or along the Riverwalk near Howard Smith Wharves where you can conveniently stop for a bite to eat afterward.
South Bank Parklands, South Brisbane
From the well-loved Brisbane sign to The Wheel of Brisbane and the beautiful bougainvillea walk, you're spoiled for choice for photography at this location.
Burnett Lane, Brisbane City
Celebrate art and architecture and snap a picture in front of the buildings and street art that brings this inner city laneway to life.
Brisbane City is not the only great place to go for photos. Spend time exploring unique public art and creative lighting in Brisbane's suburbs.
Bowen Park, Bowen Hills
Bowen Park lights up after dark providing a wonderful backdrop for photos. Explore other creative lighting project locations across Brisbane.
Show off your iconic photos of Brisbane on social media using hashtag #viewsofbrisbane.
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