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by Alison Muirhead (subscribe)
Doting grandmother and grey nomad who should join Volunteers Anonymous and is greatly in favour of a ten day week. So much to do, so little time.
Published December 18th 2022
Brisbane's transport system comes into the 21st century

Looking for some free holiday entertainment for the Munchkins of all school ages? Look no further than the Metro exposition at 63 Adelaide St, Brisbane, opposite City Hall. There are so many activities in which they can participate.

Metro Information Centre Brisbane
Play and Learn

There is a workbook that will educate as well as entertain. They can construct a cardboard model of a Metro Bus. Then it's all aboard the Metro Bus, be it in an almost life-size
display bus

Metro Information Centre Brisbane
All aboard!

or through Virtual Reality.

The Metro staff are always on hand to answer your questions.

Metro Staff Brisbane
Any questions?

The adults need not feel left out. They will be interested in what the Metro means for them public transport-wise and what interesting artefacts have been uncovered in the process of excavations for the tunnels.

Excavations Brisbane Metro Line Brisbane
What lies beneath?

Convict Hospital Wall Brisbane Metro Info centre
Convict Hospital Wall
Brisbane Metro Info story
A Slice of History

Brisbane Metro Info Centre
Times Past

Grandparents will be interested in photos of Brisbane's lost transport system.

Brisbane Metro Info Centre
Looking back in time
enjoy scenes of Lost Brisbane

Out with the Old, Brisbane Metro Info Centre
Out with the old

Another piece of engaging technology is the use of an iPad to fill in the blanks on a Metro bus.

Brisbane Metro Info Centre
The wonders of modern technology

And don't forget to have your say on this addition to Brisbane's transport system.

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Why? To see what Brisbane's 21st century public transport system offers
When: Monday to Friday - 10.30am to 4pm
Where: 63 Adelaide Street, Brisbane.
Cost: Free
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