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10 Valentine’s Day Ideas To Get Outdoors In Brisbane


Make your loved one feel special by planning out a date that they won’t forget for Valentines Day in Brisbane, tailor it to them and make a new memory together. The most romantic day of the year is coming up and if you missed out on making a dinner booking we have some ideas for you for the perfect Valentines Day in Brisbane! 

For the Foodie Sweethearts

Big fans of food? Load up a picnic basket with some of your favourite foods, get takeaway or build an epic cheese board and visit some of these beautiful spots in brissy! 

Enoggera Reservoir 

A local favourite that makes you feel as though you’ve been transported hundreds of kilometres out of the city. The Walkabout Creek Cafe at the reservoir actually has picnic hampers you can purchase. Explore the walking tracks around to find the perfect picnic spot. 

Mt Coot-Tha Gardens 

The botanic gardens are filled with beautiful grassy hills perfect for picnicking and being uber romantic with your partner. You can choose a spot by the water or surround yourself with stunning native plants.

Daisy Hill Conservation Park 

The Daisy Hill Conservation Park holds an important role in Koala survival as it protects the koala’s habitat and other wildlife, the best part is it’s dog friendly. Spend your V Day surrounded by some of the cutest Aussie animals, go for a bushwalk and enjoy a picnic in the day-use area. 

For the Adventurous Lovers 

Some couples want to skip the romantic dinner, and go straight to an adventure. Luckily Brisbane is surrounded by fun, exciting things to do on Valentines Day.

Kangaroo Point Adventures

Some of the best abseiling and rock climbing in Brisbane is in the city at the Kangaroo Point Cliffs. Through the team at Adrenaline, you can do a romantic sunset abseil and look over the city with your boo.

Tree Top Challenge 

The Tree Top Challenge on the Gold Coast is ideal for adventurous couples who love exploring nature and trying new things together. Enjoy zip-lining over the Mt Tamborine rainforest, swing into nets, shaking wooden bridges and get out of your comfort zone. 

Hot Air Balloon Ride

When you think of a traditional romantic date, it’s not rare for your mind to drift to a Hot Air Balloon Ride. The experts at Hot Air Brisbane know how to make the most romantic atmosphere for couples.

Moreton Island Wrecks

An experience like no other, perfect for couples who love to discover new things together. Head over to Moreton Island and enjoy a clear bottom kayak adventure over shipwrecks. 

For the Water Love Birds

For most Aussies, the weekend means it’s time to hit the beach and cool down and this year Valentine’s Day is on a Sunday! No reason why you shouldn’t enjoy the day of luuuurve on the water.

Shorncliffe Pier

The Shorncliffe Pier will make you feel like you’ve teleported to a British pier for a couple of hours, ideal for a romantic stroll with your sweetheart. 

Suttons Beach

Perfect for a Valentine’s Day with the whole family, this Redcliffe beach is patrolled and has very calm waters. Not too mention your pick of tasty fish & chip shops just a short stroll away.

South Gorge Beach, North Stradbroke 

Take the ferry across the water to enjoy the relaxed vibe at North Straddie, even better if you have a doggo you want to bring for V Day as the whole island is dog friendly.