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Your boots are made for walking these tours

Brisbane Greeters tours are a great way to learn the local history of the city.
Brisbane Greeters tours are a great way to learn the local history of the city.

YOU don't need a bike or bus to get a seriously good tour of Brisbane.

In fact, when it's just you and your boots, you can get into a whole lot more nooks and crannies among the city, so it's well worth taking a walking tour.

Here's a few we recommend:

Brisbane Greeters: Look for the bright red shirts! These guys will take you for a stroll around the city to wherever you want to go!

Insider tours: This is how to discover the city like a local.  Insider offers three tours weekly - Convicts & Crime (Tuesdays); Brews, ANZAC & Heritage (Thursday and Saturday); and Cocktails, Chocolate and Fashion (Saturday and Sunday).

Fort Lytton at night: This is a theatrical experience with actors, sound and lighting to bring historic Fort Lytton to life through the eyes of First World War hero Raymond Augustus Stanley.

Walk Brisbane: If you're keen to discover the trendy bars and laneway cafes in Fortitude Valley, Walk Brisbane has tours seven days a week.

For more information, head HERE

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