Where are the best places in Brisbane to take photos?

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There’s many picturesque locations to take pretty Brisbane photographs. Even if you’re on holiday rather than shooting photos as a hobby, there’s a lot of places near the CBD and outer suburbs.

Got any favourite observation decks or beaches that are great for taking photos in Brisbane? Share your favourites here for people visiting for travel or local citizens.

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micka

North Lakes is full of em!

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Dani

Redcliffe… the bridge during sunset is beautiful.

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Dianne McLay

I agree that Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is a great place for photos especially if you want to photograph native animals. The light in the late afternoon is beautiful.

For city photos, try Wilson Outlook a little park on Bowen Terrace, New Farm which has uninterrupted views of the Story Bridge and City. The Story Bridge itself is a good spot for photos too. The City Botanic Gardens have lots of good vantage points for photography.

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Micha

there’s a neat hill on Swann Rd in Taringa that overlooks the city – great for taking night shots

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The Printing Well

The best place to do this in Brisbane is Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary where they have a whole paddock full of kangaroos and wallabies. You can hand feed them and most don’t mind a pat. Great Place to capture the lovely Kangaroos.

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shotz digital print

Has to be the Kangaroo point cliffs at sunset. The Yachts in the river really give the city a soul.

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Tiffany

South Bank…it has the pools, the city background and the brisbane river

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