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Brisbane South Bank: riverside path
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The South Bank Parklands provides views across the Brisbane River to the Central Business District. A path runs along the river. Behind the path is the Queensland Cultural Centre: comprising of the Queensland Art Gallery, Queensland Museum, Queensland State Library and (at this location) the Queensland Performing Arts Centre.

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