Tourism in Brisbane - Nearby Attractions - Mount Coot-tha

Mount Coot-tha

The suburb of Mount Coot-tha is home to a popular state forest, and the Brisbane Botanic Gardens which houses the Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium and the "Tsuki-yama-chisen" Japanese Garden (formerly of the Japanese Government Pavilion of Brisbane's World Expo '88).

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Mount Coot-tha, Queensland - Transport
... Mount Coot-tha can be reached by Brisbane Transport Bus 471 (Translink) or the Brisbane City Council's CitySights Bus ...
Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Mount Coot-tha - Japanese Garden
... The Japan Pond and Garden was re-located from the Japanese Government Pavilion at Brisbane's World Expo '88, and was opened after the conclusion of the Expo on 6 February 1989 through the work of the Brisbane Lord Mayor Sallyanne Atkinson and Nichahiro Hanamura, the chair of the Japan Association for the Expo ... A commemorative dedication plaque from Brisbane City Council and the Japan Association for the 1988 Leisure Exposition and a welcome gate with calligraphy on a dedication tablet above the gate by then Prime Minister of Japan Noboru Takeshita greets visitors to the Garden at the entrance to the Garden ...

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