Many monuments and landmarks in the city date back to the early 1800s and remain in good condition and there are extensive pedestrian streets from which to admire them. The city has established many types of tours for visitors to take it all in, from open-top bus and walking tours to two-hour cruises along the Brisbane River.
Anzac Square sits in the heart of downtown Brisbane and is its most focused landmark. It is a huge city square that is loaded with monuments galore, including statues, landscaped gardens, and the Eternal Flame.
The South Bank area of Brisbane is a popular tourist area as it contains many of Brisbane's museums and galleries and is a fine place to gather or people-watch. It is easily explored on foot and there is an artificial beach and parklands, to boot, along with shops, cafés, and restaurants.
Conrad Treasury Casino
This casino is located in the Queensland Government Treasury building and is one of the city's favorite attractions. It has many gaming tables and slots as well as some cool entertainment options including live shows, cocktail bars and restaurants.