Things to do In Brisbane Today (September)

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    This month we have lots of fun indoor and outdoor activities for kids and families in Brisbane. September is for the dads out there. Here are the top things to do in Brisbane today.

    Rocksports

    Children are curious climbers. Rocksports is a fun environment to learn how to climb and the staff is committed to help you achieve your goals. Make rockclimbing your new life-enhancing sport!

    For bookings and information visit: www.rocksports.com.au/

    Digi Roller Skating

    Get your skates on and come on down to this skating rink. Perfect for family time as the parents get to have fun skating with the kids.

    For bookings and information visit: www.digiskating.com.au/

    TreeTop Challenge

    Ready for the daring thrill of flying through trees and the satisfaction of conquering your fears? Experience Australia’s largest guided Zipline Tour and TreeTop Adventure Parks.

    Located at Tamborine Mountain and inside the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, riders can expect to zipline over crocodiles, kangaroos and dingoes and create unforgettable memories. This is your opportunity to feel like Tarzan, so don’t forget to yell from the top of your lungs.

    For bookings and information visit: www.treetopchallenge.com.au/

    Inflatable Factory

    The Inflatable Factory is Australia’s biggest inflatable fun park. Dare to fly on the giant 12m high Superman Slide, become a human hamster on the Zorb Ball Ramp, tackle your friends on our grassy outdoor Bubble Soccer arena.

    They’ve got something for the whole family so get bouncing!


    For bookings and information visit: www.theinflatablefactory.com.au/

    Wheel of Brisbane

    Soar high to get a good view of Brisbane. All gondolas are fully enclosed and air-conditioned that can seat  up to 6 adults and 2 children in safety and comfort. VIP gondolas also available that seats up 4 adults. This is the perfect activity for the whole family to enjoy the breath-taking 360 degree panoramic view of Brisbane. You’ll go as high as 60m above the ground. We recommend that the best way to see the city is at night when the lights are all bright.

    For bookings and information visit: www.thewheelofbrisbane.com.au