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Brisbane at night

Brisbane at nightAs the centre of Queensland culture, Brisbane is a city for the senses. It offers a range of activities, attractions and accommodations for residents and tourists alike, providing them with extraordinary experiences.

Must Dos

Story Bridge Adventure Climb

This is the most thrilling and incredible way to get a panoramic view of the city. It allows visitors to climb to the top of Story Bridge and at midpoint of the Brisbane River, see the entire city.

During the climb, experienced leaders provide an interesting and factual running commentary that includes information on the history and heritage of the city and the bridge.

Hot Air Balloon Rides

These are the most wondrous and romantic way to see the entire city. These allow the riders to celebrate a special occasion or witness a stunning panorama while floating up high in the air.

The rides offer a spectacular panoramic view that stretches from the high rises of the city to Lamington National Park and the Pacific Ocean.

Must Sees

Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA)

This is the premier visual arts institution in Queensland that showcases art via a dynamic program of Australian and international exhibitions. Its exhibitions display works of art from a diverse range of historical and contemporary artists.

Australia Zoo

This is the ultimate wildlife adventure in Australia that delivers conservation through exciting education. It employs a team of conservationists who work round-the-clock to provide visitors a unique animal experience. It allows visitors to cuddle a koala, hand-feed a kangaroo and watch a crocodile launch from the edge of the water.

Must Stays

Grand Chancellor Hotel

Considered to be one of the most accessible accommodations in Spring Hill, this luxury hotel is located in the centre of the city. It features spacious guest rooms, restaurant and bar with spectacular views, swimming pool on the rooftop, and fitness centre with state-of-the-art facilities.

The hotel offers spacious guest rooms with LCD TVs, minibars, work desks, wireless Internet access and private balconies. These private balconies have panoramic views of the city, especially of the Roma Street Parklands.

Oxygen Apartments

Located at the doorstep of the Brisbane CBD, this Spring Hill accommodation is one of the most convenient places to stay in the city. It provides quick access to Queensland’s many destinations, and shopping, dining and entertainment districts.

The apartments offer fully furnished one-, two- and three-bedroom units that feature air conditioners, flat screen TVs, DVD players and wireless Internet access. These apartments also offer an outdoor pool, large grass area and undercover parking.

Brisbane is a city for the senses that serves as Queensland’s cultural centre. If you’re planning your next visit to this thriving city, consider these activities, attractions and accommodations.


Terohan Nula