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Sustainability & conservation

Brisbane is recognised as a leading Australian city for its sustainability initiatives and commitment to maintaining a clean and green city.

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Sustainable travel

Home to the world’s oldest living culture, join a Traditional Owner to discover a timeless connection to county from Brisbane River right in the heart of the city, out to Moreton Bay and the Gondwana Rainforests.

As Australia’s fastest growing sustainable destination, there are plenty of eco conscious adventures to choose from. Head to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary to learn about the world-leading conservation program, sample local produce in the Scenic Rim, shop for sustainable fashion and goods made in Brisbane or simply wine and dine at Howard Smith Wharves, awarded the nation’s leader in innovative sustainability.

With more than 200 parks across Brisbane, there’s more than enough leafy space to enjoy, including Roma Street Parklands where visitors can meander through the winding pathways of this garden lovers' paradise. To get around, the city’s modern public transport system — including buses, trains, bikes, and electric scooters — is convenient, reliable, and easy to use.