The Holy Land of "Shame" in Brisbane, Australia After traveling to the west of Brisbane, leave Longbai, don’t rush back to the city, search Mount Coot-tha Lookout on your mobile phone, and follow the navigation to the north. You can reach the Mount Coot-tha Lookout in about 10 minutes. Take a panoramic view of Brisbane during the day, and you can also overlook the Brisbane Port! Watch the night scene at night. I heard that this is a holy place for locals to fall in love and "applause all night".
Great view of the cityFor a tremendous 360 view of Brisbane, I recommend driving up to the summit of Mount Coot-tha. The view is tremendous and you can see for miles. There is a cafe and restaurant there too which are reasonably prices for lunch or refreshments. Definitely worth the visit.
The Kuta Hill Observatory is a very famous observation deck in Brisbane. It is suitable to go with friends. The scenery is always good. It is a good place to stay for a day. The night view is good. After putting your luggage, There was not much time left, and the point I wanted to go to was a bit far away, so I changed it to a closer one.
The viewing platform at the top of the hill offers a panoramic view of Brisbane, just like the Victoria Peak. There are cafes and a restaurant with mountain views (very popular and easy to be booked for events). The day we went there happened to be the Chinese New Year in Brisbane, and there was a fighter flight show in the evening. At night, there are still a lot of people who want to go up to the top of the mountain to watch the fireworks, drag their homes, put on quilts, and spend the night on the top of the mountain. The parking lot on the top of the mountain and even the car parked halfway up the mountain are full.