If you’re talking a walk in or near the CBD in Brisbane, don’t forget your camera. There are plenty of spots to snap a good photo. You’ll always get the best photos in the ‘magic hour’ just as the sun rises and just before sunset.
Here are five of my favourite photo spots for Brisbane city:
Kangaroo Point – Scout Place (pictured), the stone shelter at the top of the cliffs has great city views. It’s a particularly good spot for sunrise and night photos.
South Bank – has good views along the river and across to the city. Try taking a photo with the Streets Beach in the foreground (pictured) and the city buildings in the background.
CityCat river ferries – Brisbane’s river ferries give you a great vantage point for photos.
City Botanic Gardens – you can take photos of the city buildings rising from the ‘jungle’ in the gardens. On the riverside walking path that comes off Edward Street, there are views of the Story Bridge, historic Customs House and yatchs moored in the river.
Wilson Outlook– on Bowen Terrace, New Farm (below) is a small park with uninterrupted views of the Story Bridge and City.