Local Brisbane Information
Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, is a cosmopolitan and lively city that is home to many different types of scenery, including skyscrapers, parkland and even an artificial beach. Brisbane is a river city, although close to the coast, with Brisbane River running through it.
It is surrounded by hills and full of bridges. Brisbane also gives easy access to a number of attractions as well as the Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast.
Brisbane has a number of Theatres including the Lyric Theatre, Cremorne Theatre and the Playhouse Theatre which are part of the Queensland Performing Arts Centre located in South Bank. The centre also houses a Concert Hall.
The area of South Bank is popular with visitors and locals alike especially for its relaxed parkland and manmade beach area which is popular with all ages. During the evening this area is very popular for romantic walks and the many shows.
For further information on major Brisbane attractions, please visit: visitbrisbane.com.au
For general Brisbane information on Brisbane’s infamous attractions, please visit visitbrisbane.com.au/things-to-do/major-attractions?sc_lang=en-au
Brisbane is renowned for taking its culinary experiences very seriously, and some of the best restaurants in the world can be found in Brisbane. Visit the following online guides to find the best restaurants, cafes and bars.
To find out what’s happening in Brisbane visit: visitbrisbane.com.au
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