Whether you’re looking for something to do for Valentine’s Day or looking for a romantic date night anytime of year, Brisbane is the place to be!
- Spend the day on a high
Enjoy the views from the Wheel of Brisbane, Story Bridge Climb or for the ultimate bucket-list ticker, why not try hot air ballooning?
- Don’t go chasing waterfalls … well actually do!
Take a romantic (and scenic) drive out to Twin Falls in Springbrook National Park or Cedar Creek Falls Tamborine Mountain.
- Let them eat … chocolate
Take your date on a Chocolate Walking Tour of Brisbane. The 3 hour tour visits 4 venues where you’ll learn all about the art of making chocolate … oh and you’ll get to sample the chocolates at each venue too!
- Show your date your cruisey side
Book a Kookaburra Showboat Cruise and enjoy a romantic outing on Brisbane River – they offer special Valentines Day cruises, as well as regular lunch, city lights dinner and high tea cruises.
- Wine and dine them
There are plenty of romantic restaurants in Brisbane to choose from for that special occasion. Here’s just a few to consider:
Esquire (degustation) at 145 Eagle Street, Brisbane
Alchemy Restaurant & Bar (Modern Australian) at The Promenade 175 Eagle Street, Brisbane
1189 Enoteca (Italian/Roman) at 10-12 Logan Road, Woolloongabba
Madame Wu (Asian Fusion) at 71 Eagle Street, Brisbane
This list just scratches the surface! There are hundreds of restaurants in Brisbane to discover.
- Go old school
There’s something very romantic in the gesture of preparing a picnic to surprise your plus one – and it won’t break the bank! Head to the supermarket and fill a bag or basket with yummy goodies like strawberries, cheeses, dips, crackers and pates, pack a rug or a couple of beach towels and head out to one of Brisbane’s beautiful parks! Voila – a cheap but meaningful date.
- Get cultured
Take your date into the Southbank Cultural Precinct and catch a musical or theatre performance at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC), or take in an exhibition at QAGOMA or the Queensland Museum.
- Shuck it!
Head to Eat Street Market and pick up some delicious oysters from ‘Shuck it’ a Brisbane-based mobile purveyor of fresh oysters.How do you like to get romantic in Brisbane? Head over to our Facebook page and let us know the best activities or venues to take a date in Brisbane.
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