The Xpress Fun Train at South Bank

The Xpress Fun Train at South Bank

Date & time
Fri 4 Oct 2019
10:00am to 5:00pm
Add to Calendar 2019-10-04 10:00 2019-10-04 17:00 Australia/Brisbane The Xpress Fun Train at South Bank Choo-choo, all aboard! Get ready to ride the Xpress Fun Train during the school holidays at South Bank. The trackless train will wind its way from one end of the Parklands to the other, a perfect family adventure! Main station: The Xpress Fun Train commences from the main station located on Clem Jones Promenade, around the corner from the Wheel of Brisbane. South Bank Parklands, Corner Ernest Street, Stanley Street and Grey Street, South Brisbane
Age

Open

Cost

All tickets: $5

Choo-choo, all aboard! Get ready to ride the Xpress Fun Train during the school holidays at South Bank. The trackless train will wind its way from one end of the Parklands to the other, a perfect family adventure!

Main station:
The Xpress Fun Train commences from the main station located on Clem Jones Promenade, around the corner from the Wheel of Brisbane.

Venue

South Bank Parklands, Corner Ernest Street, Stanley Street and Grey Street, South Brisbane

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