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Manly Harbour Village, Brisbane

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Landmark Tourist Spot
Explore Manly Harbour Village, a place where old-world charm meets present-day chic, right on the edge of picturesque Moreton Bay. Just 30 minutes from the heart of the city, the village offers an impressive array of restaurants, bars, hotels, shops, and art galleries. A treasure trove of arts and crafts, a weekend farmers' market features dozens of stalls selling a variety of inexpensive local products, which make great gifts and souvenirs for the folks back home. Enjoy fish and chips right on the water, or take leisurely strolls and bicycle trips along the Esplanade. Try offshore activities like sailing and cruising, or explore the area’s renowned wetlands, home to over 40 species of native birds. Use our Brisbane travel itinerary planner to add Manly Harbour Village and other attractions to your Brisbane vacation plans.
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  • Great place to have a stroll with family and friends, when the markets are on it's bustling , live music and different presentations happen. Dogs are welcome....a great day out  more »
  • It"s a busy crowd for dinner even on weekdays so a reservation is a good idea.Not that much parking available but you can always park on the road. Food came out very quickly considering the number of ...  more »
  • Manly has so much to offer visitors and its locals but the shabby poorly represented village with its badly decorated bars and eateries, run down feel is sad to say the least, a lick of paint and some...  more »