On the first day, our old couple will come to the Ferris wheel, which is more beautiful, beautiful and beautiful at night. Because of airsickness and vomiting four times on the plane, I was afraid that I would continue to faint, so I didn't go up to sit! But it's beautiful.
Brisbane's Ferris Wheel is not really big, but there are no tall buildings along the Brisbane River, it is particularly noticeable. It is part of the Expo Park, sitting in a circle for about 20 minutes, overlooking the whole park and the beautiful scenery on both sides of the Brisbane River. It is worth sitting once.
Looking from the Victoria Bridge at the South Bank Park across the Brisbane River, the Ferris Wheel stands on the opposite bank of the left, you can take a ferry or visit the Brisbane River. (Blue) City ferry is for money. Brush go card. (Red) City hopper is free. Cityhopper runs from North Quay at 6:15 a.m. every 30 minutes until 11:45 p.m. From the other end, Sydney Stree drives in the direction of North Quay, starting at 6 a.m. until 12 p.m. Two piers on the north bank and three piers on the South bank. It is recommended to take the newly opened City Hopper from the North Bank Pier to the No. 3 South Bank Pier.
The Brisbane Ferris Wheel is located in the South Bank Park, a bit like the London Eye of Britain. It takes about 15 minutes to take a ride, and you can see the scenery of the Brisbane River and the city scenery. By contrast, a Ferris wheel gives a better view of Brisbane than a kangaroo horn.
Over the famous Brisbane River, there is a breathtaking and emotional beauty. This must-see place is sure to satisfy every visitor. Whether young or old, tourists or local residents, riding the Brisbane Ferris Wheel is the "must-do" to Brisbane. A Ferris wheel tour will take tourists around for four full laps, lasting about 12 minutes. Ferris wheel will stay at the top to create a wonderful experience for the guests. The Voice Guide points out the famous landmark of Brisbane, which will add to the journey.
Brisbane, the Ferris Wheel in the South Bank Park, is a place loved by local couples. It is facing the CBD of the skyscraper by the Brisbane River. The combination of natural and cultural scenery is needless to say beautiful. Because the ring-like structure turns on the lights at night, it's easy to find the 50-meter-high giant from many angles, which is also the best landmark of South Bank Park.