Earphones at the ready, keen foot travellers, as a nifty new app is hotfooting its way into town and onto your phones on June 24. Part of World Science Festival’s Curiocity Brisbane Program, the City Symphony app plays you a personal soundtrack of relaxing songs while you make your way through Brisbane City. It’s as easy as downloading the app, picking a spot on the map, putting in your headphones and beginning your amble. As you walk around you’ll hear music and stories from some of Brisbane’s most beloved artists such as Kate Miller-Heidke, Hope D, David Hudson, Anisa Nandaula, Kathleen Jennings and many more.
If guided tours are more your cup of tea, join one of QMF’s free sessions at 9:30 am every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from June 24 to July 10. There’s three different tours to choose from including Short & Sweet (60-75 minutes), Lunchtime Walk (45 minutes) and Half Day (two hours). You’ll stroll past familiar sites and landmarks like Goodwill Bridge, Bunya Walk, City Botanic Gardens, Albert Street, Queen Street Mall, King George Square and much more.
Want to adventure through Brisbane City? The City Symphony app will be available to tune in to from June 24 to July 24, all you need is your phone and a pair of headphones! Make sure you’re subscribed to get the link straight to your inbox to download the app on Friday June 24.