An amazing experience yesterday at the gym. Boxing class looks soooo good.
Everyone had put so much effort and had such a great time 🙂 🙂
You guys look absolutely AWESOME !!!!
and for those who missed it- check out the video where the pushed hard at HIIT class 🙂
You know those days when you really want to do something fun, but your wallet is empty? Have a look at the list below to check things you can do for free in Brisbane!!
The CityHopper -red and white FREE ferry that allows you to look do sightseeing hopping on and off along the river. For schedule visit https://jp.translink.com.au/plan-your-journey/timetables/ferry/T/cityhopper
South Bank Beach
So now that you know how to use a free ferry- make your way to South bank! Brisbane has man made beach in South Bank 🙂 take you togs (Australian for swimwear)and soak on the sun. Also a great place for a picnic or a BBQ with plenty barbecue facilities.
GOMA (Gallery of Modern Art)
The Gallery of Modern Art is located in Southbank. Get is and expand your arty sense.To check what exhibitions are on visit: https://www.qagoma.qld.gov.au/
City Hall Tour
Brisbane’s most iconic buildings with a Clock Tower located at the King George Squarer. A free guided tour of the inside Museum of Brisbane will give an opportunity to learn something about the art, architecture and history of City Hall. Their exhibitions on the top floor changes all the time and is always free.
Fancy a bush walk or a romantic date night? Mt-Coot-tha offers both. Wonder around the national park or hike your way up to the top. Simply indulge in nature and enjoy the panoramic views of Brisbane city views. Also a great spot to wash thunderstorms 🙂
Brisbane Powerhouse- Free comedy night
If you like comedy, join free funny and full of surprises shows on Fridays at Powerhouse theater located in New Farm. While you have a good laugh you can also sit and chill with the river’s views. To check what’s on visit: https://brisbanepowerhouse.org/whats-on/
Sherwood’s riverside park where you can have a picnic or a BBQ. Enjoy a stroll on the grass and river jetty. Bring some bread and feed the ducks. Take sport equipment and enjoy this endless space, huge trees and admire local wildlife. **and if you absolutely love feeding ducks: check out those places:https://www.brisbanekids.com.au/places-to-feed-the-ducks-in-brisbane/
Download a Meetup on your phone and find events you’d like to participate in- most of them are FREE. Simply discover local Meetups for all the things you love.