8 Spots to Watch a Beautiful Sunset in Brisbane

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Brisbane is the most beautiful part of Queensland. Being the capital city, it is also called River City. Brisbane does not just have skyscrapers but also scenic views. Tourists travel to various spots in Brisbane to get a glimpse of the beauty surrounding the area, and here we are to tell you about the great spots where you can watch a sunset in Brisbane peacefully with your loved ones.

1. Kangaroo Point

Kangaroo Point
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Topping our list is Kangaroo Point which arguably offers the best sunset view in Brisbane! The cliff point is where all the adventure begins. Visitors can indulge in rock climbing and rappeling there and then sit near the river to enjoy the view. There are also walkways where people come for running, walking, and cycling.

2. Wilson Outlook Reserve

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Crowded chiefly by locals, Wilson Outlook Reserve, located by the river, is a peaceful location offering a beautiful view of the Storey bridge. There are patches of lush greenery with beautiful vintage benches where one can relax and even have a picnic with their family. Photographers can bring their tripod along for a fantastic view to be captured.

3. Eleven Rooftop Bar

Eleven Rooftop Bar
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Eleven Rooftop bar is one of Brisbane's most popular rooftop bar cum restaurants. Hungry and thirsty patrons often trot in during the later part of the day to try the wide range of cocktails on offer. One can enjoy the warm view of a sunset in Brisbane from the glass window or outside from the open rooftop seating area. Watching the Toohey Mountains with sunset and a classic cocktail can result in a good evening!

4. Mt Gravatt Lookout

Dusk from Mt Gravatt Lookout
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Mt Gravatt Lookout holds a lot of historical importance in Brisbane. It was during the second world war when the unemployed labourers of the depressed period came out to work to create the mountaintop as we know it today. Mt Gravatt Lookout was opened to the public in 1914 as a large open space for leisure and fun. Offering fantastic panoramic views of Brisbane's skyline, it is a great spot to watch the sun go down across the city.

5. Cleveland Point Light

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Built-in 1847, Cleveland Point Light is an old lighthouse which offers a serene ambience to enjoy the sunset in Brisbane. Surrounded by lush greenery and calm waters, this spot is frequented by groups of friends and families. Visitors can have a perfect ending to their day by having dinner at Lighthouse Restaurant.

6. Redcliffe and Woody Point

Redcliffe and Woody Point
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Woody Point Jetty in Redcliffe is a leisurely recreational area under the larger Brisbane metropolitan area. Visitors will be greeted by joggers and fishers from early in the morning. Once dusk sets in, the hues of the setting sun envelope the entire area making for a truly beautiful sight.

7. Nudgee Beach

Sunset from Nudgee Beach
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This beach is a 25-minute drive from Brisbane, where one can go and sunbathe or swim. There is car parking available, toilets for disabled people, a basketball court, and picnic areas for visitors. Bird watching and boardwalk are also among the popular activities at Nudgee beach, apart from enjoying the sunset at the end of each day.

8. Mount Coot Tha

View of Brisbane from Mount Coot Tha
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Mount Coot-tha viewpoint is where one can soak in panoramic views of Moreton Bay and get a bird's eye view of Brisbane. Andrenaline junkies can reach the top via bushwalking trails or on a mountain bike. For a royal touch, one can even reach the top on horseback. The viewpoint is adjacent to a nice lush open space for picnics and even a restaurant.

These were the top 8 spots in Brisbane to watch the sunset where you can go hang out with your friends, have a great evening with your loved ones and enjoy comforting meals!

This post was published by Shruti Shukla

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