Fun Things to do with Children in Brisbane

Brisbane is a vibrant city with plenty of fun activities to do with toddlers. Here are some of the best activities to do with toddlers in Brisbane:

Visit South Bank Parklands.

South Bank is a beautiful area with plenty of open spaces and playgrounds for toddlers. There’s also a man-made beach with a safe swimming area, and plenty of cafes and restaurants for parents to relax and grab a coffee and something to eat.

Explore the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary.

The Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is a great place to introduce toddlers to Australian wildlife. They can see native animals up close like koalas and kangaroos, and there is also the opportunity to feed them.

Go on a CityCat Ride along the river.

Brisbane’s CityCats are a fun and unique way to explore the city. Toddlers will love the excitement of riding on a boat, and the views of the city from the river are fantastic.

Visit the Queensland Museum.

The Queensland Museum and Sciencentre is a great place for toddlers to learn while having fun. They can explore hands-on exhibits, see dinosaur skeletons, and even play in the children’s area.

Play at the Roma Street Parkland.

Roma Street Parkland is a beautiful park with plenty of space for toddlers to run around and play. There’s also a water play area that’s perfect for hot days.

Visit the Children’s Art Centre at GOMA.

The Children’s Art Centre at the Gallery of Modern Art is a great place for children to explore their creative side. There are interactive exhibits and art activities that are perfect for young children.

Brisbane Kids is a great place to find out about events and activities for children across the city, so make sure you check it out!