Brisbane Food & Culture Tour

Walking tour

3-hour tour

Food samples included

On this 3-hour walking tour around Brisbane’s River, delve into the city’s wealth of Aboriginal art and culture. We’ll follow a bush tucker trail, sample some traditional cuisine, learn about the local flora and fauna, and take in an impressive collection of public art along the banks of the Maiwar (Brisbane River).

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Tour Information


AUS $85 per person

Meeting point:

Grey St & Melbourne St, South Brisbane QLD 4101

Start time:

10:00 a.m.


Daily, year round


3 hours

What to bring:
  • Water bottle
  • Comfortable shoes and attire
  • Camera
  • Umbrella (just in case it rains!)

Group sizes:

Maximum 20 | Minimum 5


Samples of local cuisine

Good to know:

This tour can be booked privately, and can be tailored to meet the needs and interests of any group. Contact us to enquire about private tour.

An All-Encompassing Tour, Covering Art, Culture, and Cuisine

Starting on the South Bank, we’ll begin by learning about Aboriginal art — both its long history and the incredible prolificness of Indigenous artists today. Next, we’ll head across the river and explore the city’s most spectacular and expansive subtropical parklands. We’ll check out the Queensland Greats wall, which features several First Nations Australians.

We’ll then follow the bush tucker trail, which boasts an abundance of native species. On this trail, we’ll learn about some of the most ancient (and most nutritious) food sources in the world and even sample a few!