A delightful discovery for all ages, the Bribie Island Butterfly House is a sanctuary that is good for the soul
The Shark and Ray Gardens in Loganholme is Logan’s best kept secret – an interactive aquarium. Offering a unique experience that’s educational and fun for all ages
Brisbane’s Mini Farm at Greenbank provides the perfect opportunity for visitors to get up close and personal to a large array of adorable farm animals, both great and small.
Paradise Country offers a unique farmstay experience just 20 minutes from Surfers Paradise and less than an hour from Brisbane’s CBD
The Gold Coast Butterflies hobby farm is a charming little place sure to cause a flutter of excitement in young and old alike
Naughty Little Kids Farm Tours open their gates every Sunday from 1-5pm for a hands-on goat farm experience, including gelato tasting.
The monthly open day at Trevena Glen, provides an ideal opportunity for Brisbane families to experience life on a working animal farm, and actually meet a diverse range of animals both great and small.
The Sunshine Coast hinterland's worst kept secret is Maleny Dairies, a fourth generation working farm offering farm and factory tours to tourists. Nestled near the quaint township of Maleny
Daisy Hill Koala Centre is a dedicated koala education centre located in Daisy Hill Conservation Park, 25 kilometres south of Brisbane
Brisbane's Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary in Fig Tree Pocket is a must do experience for tourists and locals alike. The world's first and largest koala sanctuary was founded in 1927 with two koalas. Today the sanctuary boasts more than 130 of these cute and cuddly creatures.
This fabulous wildlife nature centre is possibly Ipswich city's best kept secret.
Set within a quaint frontier style village is this little animal enclosure which children can wander through and get up close and personal with farm animals for free.
This gem of a little animal centre is ideal for young children, visitors, the time poor and anyone wanting a close view of native wild life without the expense.

Top Things To Do In Brisbane This Week

A unique chance to journey through 5 weddings in one night
Romeo & Juliet is the unmissable ballet event of the year
Don't miss the Australian premiere of Piano Battle
The Boy from Oz is being brought back to the stage by Savoyards
It has sparked a cult following across the world and it's coming to Brisbane
Spend an evening with 'one of the most extraordinary people in the world today
Camerata returns to QPAC on August 29 for an unmissable concert
Queensland Pops Orchestra joins forces with guest star Rob Mills
The Bakery Lane Bake Off is Brisbane's first mini cake festival