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Belmont: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Bounce Inc Trampoline Park - Tingalpa


Bounce is a massive indoor trampoline park, all about jumping high and landing soft and safe. Bounce takes the rush of getting airborne and adds a bunch of new dimensions, including Free-Jumping, Slam Dunk, The Wall, The Big Bag and Dodgeball.

Cut loose in the Free-Jump arena, battle for bragging rights in a Dodgeball tournament or sweat it out in a high-intensity, low-impact BounceFit class. Heaps of fun for parents and children alike!




40 Enterprise Place
Tingalpa, QLD, 4173

Located 3.8K from Belmont

Colmslie Beach Reserve and Off Leash Dog Park


Adjoining the Brisbane River, the Colmslie Beach Reserve and Off Leash Dog Park includes a great children's playground with the Octopus Garden, barbecues, shelter picnic spots, and pet friendly sandy beach.

Located off Colmslie Road next to the Brisbane River, it is located nine kilometres and 13 minutes east of Brisbane City. Public transport is available to and from Colmslie Beach.

Public transport is available to and from Colmslie Beach via Lytton Road.




Colmslie Road,
Colmslie
Brisbane City, QLD, 4000

Located 7.1K from Belmont

Friends of Balmoral Cemetery Incorporated


Balmoral Cemetery sometimes called Bulimba or Morningside Cemetery, was opened in 1874 and is a fine example of a Victorian era cemetery.

The Friends of Balmoral Cemetery was formed in 2001 to protect and enhance this important historic cemetery. Exciting glimpses of Queensland's history can be seen through the monuments of pioneers, politicians and local identities. Guided tours are available by prior arrangement.




Wynnum Road
Morningside, QLD, 4170

Located 7.2K from Belmont

Manly War Memorial


A Brisbane bayside soldier statue memorial has had a harsh life in serving to remind its community of the 16 local men who died in WWI. The original Carrara marble soldier statue above a plinth was unveiled by state parliamentarian WH Barnes MLA in March 1921. The designer and stonemason are unrecorded.

Names on the front of the plinth are those of men from Manly who died in WWI. The western face bears the names of locals who died in WWII.

Years of vandalism culminated in the marble statue being pulled from the pedestal and the head broken off in 1992.

A concrete replica replaced the statue in 2007.




184 Carlton Terrace
Manly, QLD, 4179

Located 7.5K from Belmont

Brisbane Bayside


Escape to Brisbane's bayside and experience the region on two legs, two wheels or in a boat. Enjoy alfresco dining overlooking the Bay, hand feed wild dolphins on Moreton Island or cycle along the foreshore...the area is yours to discover.

There are many things to do and see including the following: Explore Brisbane's foreshore by driving the Moreton Bay Tourist Drive. Follow the brown and white dugong signs. Discover the Ramsar protected Boondall Wetlands Bicentennial Road at Boondall. Visit Moreton Island and swim, snorkel, sand toboggan, camp, surf, fish or feed the dolphins. Pick your esplanade along any of the foreshore villages to walk or cycle. Sail or cruise Moreton Bay and board one of the boats leaving daily from Manly Harbour.

For more information visit Wynnum Manly Tourism and Visitor Information Centre.





43a Cambridge Parade
Manly, QLD, 4179

Located 7.8K from Belmont

Manly Harbour Village


Manly Harbour Village is the nearest point from the Brisbane Central Business District to access Moreton Bay and included in the Southern Moreton Bay Tourist Drive. Nestled beside the Manly Boat Harbour, it is Brisbane's gateway to the Moreton Bay Marine Park with its pristine waterways and fascinating islands. Manly Harbour Village still displays glimpses of her fishing village past and has maintained a friendly village atmosphere while providing an eclectic mix of shopping experiences.

With a wide variety of eating venues, Manly Harbour Village can delight every palate. Choices range from great coffee shops to ethnic sensations of Irish, Indian, Chinese and Thai dishes, along with modern Australian cuisine and outstanding seafood restaurants. At almost every bar, cafe and restaurant, the gourmet delight is complemented with glorious views of the harbour.




Cambridge Parade,
Corner of The Esplanade
Manly, QLD, 4179

Located 7.8K from Belmont

Stones Corner


Fashion bargain hunters, this is the place for you!

Stones Corner features a wide range of brand name factory outlets, and you will always find a fantastic deal or two. Retailers include Jorj, Jay Jays, Rockmans, Barkins and Strandbags. Only 10 minutes from Brisbane's Central Business District, and with free parking in the streets surrounding the main shopping strip, Stones Corner is very easily accessible.

There are also several cafes for visitors to rest their weary feet from shopping. As well as these, the precinct features the famous Stones Corner Hotel, where you can enjoy the tastes of their delicious menu, or simply enjoy the atmosphere of a live music gig.




Logan Road
Stones Corner, QLD, 4120

Located 8.5K from Belmont

Brisbane Powerhouse


Nestled on the beautiful banks of Brisbane River (beside New Farm Park) the former power station has become a distinct landmark, both as a stunning industrial creation and as a hub for everything creative.

The Brisbane City Council New Farm Powerhouse was designed by Brisbane City Council Tramway architect, Roy Rusden Ogg. At its peak in the post-war years it supplied electricity for the largest tram network in the southern hemisphere. As trams were replaced by buses, it was decommissioned in 1971.

The redeveloped Brisbane Powerhouse was designed by Brisbane City Council architect Peter Roy and was opened on 10 May, 2000 by Lord Mayor Jim Soorley. Seven years later the building underwent a further stage of development, re-opening on 6 June 2007 by Lord Mayor Campbell Newman with increased audience capacities, restaurant and bar facilities as well as functions and conference spaces.

Brisbane Powerhouse boasts a flexible 400 - 700 seat 'end on' stage theatre, an intimate 200 seat apron stage theatre, an 800 viewer open platform, two restaurants, conference and rehearsal rooms and offices.

Brisbane Powerhouse is a not-for-profit organisation owned and supported by the Brisbane City Council.




119 Lamington Street
New Farm, QLD, 4005

Located 8.8K from Belmont

Belmont: Events

Italian Street Festival



Fun for all the family as the Italian Festival in New Farm Park welcomes you to the taste of authentic Italian food, entertainment and history. The cultural festival sits on the riverfront in romantic New Farm Park as vendors line the street selling Italian street food and wines as live music fills the air and festival goer plot out their eating strategy. A row of Italian cars and Vespa's adds to the Italian charm during the celebration of Italian food and culture.
Italian Week in Australia brings Italians, Australians with Italian heritage and non-Italians together to experience Italian culture and rituals, often, captivated by the atmosphere created during the Festival. The cultural festival is designed to promote and encourage social cohesion through the provision of community and volunteer based activities. Come and enjoy yourself - Italian Style!



Event Dates
2016
      29th May


1 Brunswick Street,
New Farm
Brisbane, QLD, 4001

Located 8.7K from Belmont

Belmont: Travel Tips

Wynnum Manly Tourism and Visitor Information Centre


The Wynnum Manly Tourism Visitor Information Centre is located on the William Gunn Jetty at Manly. This accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries. Staffed by skilled and knowledgeable locals, the Wynnum Manly Tourism Visitor Information Centre can provide advice on the things to see, things to do and where to eat. Discuss with the friendly staff your travel plans or make a booking.




William Gunn Jetty,
1 Wyvernleigh Close
Manly, QLD, 4179

Located 8.0K from Belmont

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