The Brisbane South Bank is the heart of Brisbane and overlooks the iconic Brisbane River. The South Bank is Brisbane’s most popular tourist destination and is a must see while visiting Brisbane. The South Bank offers numerous accessible options for visitors and locals with limited mobility, including a variety of wheelchair friendly attractions, activities and transport options.
Top Wheelchair Accessible Attractions and Activities at the Brisbane South Bank
The South Bank is home to the Queensland Cultural Centre, which includes:
Other Accessible Attractions and Activities around the South Bank
The best thing of all, these South Bank attractions and activities are wheelchair accessible and welcomes visitors of all abilities.. You can read more about these accessible attractions below through our Wheelie Accessible Reviews.
The South Bank is a popular choice for Brisbane families, with a variety of accessible family friendly activities and events all year round. The Parklands offer a range of wheelchair accessible family areas such as picnic areas, playgrounds, gardens, BBQ areas, walking tracks and the popular South Bank lagoon. There are a number of disabled restrooms available throughout the South Bank, which can be viewed on the Visit Brisbane facilities map. Click here to view South Bank facilities map.
There is a range of accessible restaurants and cafes throughout the South Bank that offer a variety of different food choices. The South Bank also has the Collective Markets every weekend, where there is a mixer of local art, fashion, gift stalls and collectibles.
There are a number of wheelchair accessible transport options to the Brisbane South Bank, such as the City Cat ferry’s, trains, buses and of course, the option to drive in. We find it’s easier to catch public transport into the South Bank as finding a disabled parking bay always difficult. Normally we catch a train into either South Bank station or South Brisbane station, which are both accessible stations.
Cruising the Brisbane river on a Brisbane City Cat Ferry is always a fun scenic way to get into the South Bank. Most of the City Cats terminals are now wheelchair accessible. Since the 2011 flood, most of the Brisbane City Cats wharves in Brisbane had to be rebuilt, which means all the new wharves on the river are now accessible. You can read more about Brisbane transport below.
For more information about Brisbane South Bank or to keep up-to-date with the latest news and upcoming South Bank events, visit the Visit Brisbane Website below.
In my opinion I give the Brisbane South Bank a rating of 4.5 for wheelchair accessibility, and a 4.5 star rating for overall experience.
* I was not financially compensated for this review. The review is based on my own opinion and personal experience.*