The Wheel of Brisbane
The Wheel of Brisbane invites locals and visitors alike to explore the city of Brisbane from new heights in a memorable journey complete with breathtaking views stretching across the heart of Brisbane City and the iconic Brisbane River. The Wheel of Brisbane is recognised as one of the most exciting additions to the Brisbane City skyline in recent years and gleefully provides one of the best new experiences in South-East Queensland. Taking guests on a 10 -12 minute ride in a fully enclosed, climate-controlled gondola, the Wheel of Brisbane features an astounding 360-degree panoramic view of the city and beyond.
Open seven days a week:
Monday to Thursday: 11am – 9:30pm
Friday and Saturday: 10am – 11pm
Sunday: 10am – 10pm
$15 – adults
$10 – children 12 years and under
$2 – children aged between 1–3
$42 – family pass (two adults, two children)
$12.80 – concession (senior/pensioner/disability)
$95 – private gondola (bookings required)
Tickets can be purchased from the ticket booth and from the South Bank Visitor Centre. Tickets purchased from the Visitor Centre are offered at a reduced price. Wheel of Brisbane tickets are a great gift idea, and may be purchased online.
To pre-purchase your Wheel of Brisbane tickets online, Click Here
For more information please feel free to phone the Visitor Centre on 07 3867 2051.
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Wheel of Brisbane Launches New Mascot
The Wheel of Brisbane is delighted to introduce Wanda, the Eastern Water Dragon as its new ambassador. The Eastern Water Dragon is already a familiar face around The Parklands at South Bank and adopting Wanda as our mascot was a perfect connection. The water dragons live along the banks of the waterways and are often seen around the fountain at the base of the wheel. The Eastern Water Dragon can grow to up to 70cm long from head to tail and is common around water in Australia's eastern states. These powerful swimmers can remain under water for up to one hour. Males can quite easily be distinguished from females by their bright red chest and belly. The Eastern Water Dragon can live up to 20 years old in captivity.