In Brisbane in winter, the sun begins to shine in the afternoon and it's night in a twinkling of an eye. We stepped on T. Coot's lawn and looked around arm in arm, pacing and gently. The whole black curtain at the foot of the mountain is waving brightly and colorfully, and the stars above are shining quietly!
The Kuta Mountain Observatory is a wonderful place to watch the night in Brisbane. The Observatory is on the top of Mount Kuta, and you can get a panoramic view of Brisbane from a high altitude. At night, the lights are brilliant and beautiful. There are also restaurants on the platform where you can enjoy delicious food while enjoying the night scenery.
A panoramic view of Brisbane can be seen from the viewing platform on the top of the mountain, just like the top of Taiping Mountain. There are cafes and a restaurant with a view of the mountains (very popular, easy to be booked for activities). The day we went was the Spring Festival in Brisbane. There was a fighter flight show in the evening. At night, there are still a lot of people coming up to the top of the mountain to see fireworks, dragging their families with their mouths, carrying their quilts in full arms to spend the night on the top of the mountain, the parking lot on the top of the mountain and even the cars on the hillside are full of traffic.
The viewing platform of Kuta Mountain is free to visit, where you can see the magnificent scenery of the city, rivers and surrounding suburbs. I suggest climbing a mountain, going through the woods and having a look at the wild scenery. The view on the top of the hill is spectacular, and there is a restaurant with reasonable prices.