Brisbane’s German story comes alive in 2015 with special free guided tours from October 5 – November 15. Visitors can experience and learn about Queensland’s first free settlement, ‘German Station’, and Nundah’s fascinating past & eclectic present. Organised by our supporters, Brisbane Greeters, these tours are specially created for a short time only – timed to coincide with Oktoberfest Brisbane – for people to embrace Brisbane’s earliest German culture.
… and there’s even a stop at our favourite German bakery, King of Cakes, in Nundah, for a delicious strudel or Black Forest cake along the way.
The tours will be limited, so be quick to book one. Details and booking are available here.
Here’s a taste of the Brisbane’s German Story Greeter tour:
All images supplied by Brisbane Greeters.
The free Brisbane’s German Story tours commence on Monday 5th October (bookings open now) and begin from the Nundah Train Station at 10:30am. The Brisbane’s German Story Greeters tours – Oktoberfest Nundah Greets – will run seven days a week for six weeks (Monday 5th October until Sunday 15th November 2015 inclusive).
Book a Brisbane’s German Story tour, ‘Oktoberfest Nundah Greets’, via the Brisbane Greeters website here. Bookings are essential!
Alternatively, visitors can phone Brisbane Marketing during business hours to book: (07) 3156 6364 (2 days advance booking notice is required).