This famed Brisbane icon was initially named the clinically accurate Brisbane River Bridge and later the more festive Jubilee Bridge when the first shovel broke the sod in 1935. Finally in 1937, the bridge was officially named after veteran public servant John Douglas Story, and the rest is history. Visit this popular local landmark to see fantastic 360º views of downtown Brisbane along with a stunning example of a historic cantilever bridge. Feeling adventurous? You can climb to the top of the highest point to get a stunning view of the city, river, and distant countryside. Its impressive span connects Kangaroo Point, Fortitude Valley, and Brisbane's central business district.
Comboyuro Point is an island wilderness campground with shady campsites in an area dotted with... Read more