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Brisbane Guidebook

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Brisbane Guidebook

Sightseeing
Queensland’s biggest town and state capital, Brisbane has an attractive, manicured image based around its riverside aesthetic as well as the contrast between its high-rise centre and extensive urban greenery. The city possesses an easy going, multicultural atmosphere that complements its visual charm. Brisbane enjoys a lively music scene and maintains a tradition of strong cultural development.
Located just across the river from the Brisbane CBD, the Queensland Cultural Centre is the arts and cultural hub of Brisbane. It is home to the State’s leading arts and cultural institutions such a as Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland Museum and State Library of Queensland. Together with the South Bank Parklands, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre and neighbouring institutions such as the Queensland Conservatorium, the Centre forms a concentration of cultural, educational, retail and recreational facilities. This collection of co-located cultural institutions on a single site is unique in Australia and rare worldwide. Locals and tourists alike are attracted to the award-winning architecture, programs, exhibitions and events which attract millions of visitors each year. Being centrally located in a vibrant part of the city, we strongly suggest you check for traffic updates before you visit and plan your trip to ensure you don't miss the start of your performance.
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Queensland Performing Arts Centre
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Located just across the river from the Brisbane CBD, the Queensland Cultural Centre is the arts and cultural hub of Brisbane. It is home to the State’s leading arts and cultural institutions such a as Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland Museum and State Library of Queensland. Together with the South Bank Parklands, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre and neighbouring institutions such as the Queensland Conservatorium, the Centre forms a concentration of cultural, educational, retail and recreational facilities. This collection of co-located cultural institutions on a single site is unique in Australia and rare worldwide. Locals and tourists alike are attracted to the award-winning architecture, programs, exhibitions and events which attract millions of visitors each year. Being centrally located in a vibrant part of the city, we strongly suggest you check for traffic updates before you visit and plan your trip to ensure you don't miss the start of your performance.
South Bank is Brisbane’s premier lifestyle and cultural destination. Located on the southern banks of the Brisbane River, its 17 hectares of lush parklands, eateries, stunning river views and hundreds of delightful events all year round make it the perfect place to relax and unwind.
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South Bank
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South Bank is Brisbane’s premier lifestyle and cultural destination. Located on the southern banks of the Brisbane River, its 17 hectares of lush parklands, eateries, stunning river views and hundreds of delightful events all year round make it the perfect place to relax and unwind.
The Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha are recognised as Queensland's premier subtropical botanic gardens. They are a key attraction in the Brisbane City Council Mt Coot-tha precinct. Founded in 1970 and officially opened in 1976, the 56-hectare gardens open daily. Entry to the gardens is free. Dogs are not permitted at any time. Vehicle access in the gardens is not allowed on weekends, public holidays and from 4pm on weekdays. Visitiors can ride bikes on the ring road and road to the Australian Plant Communities area only. For the safety of other pedestrians, skateboards and scooters are not permitted.
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Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens
152 Mount Coot Tha Rd
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The Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha are recognised as Queensland's premier subtropical botanic gardens. They are a key attraction in the Brisbane City Council Mt Coot-tha precinct. Founded in 1970 and officially opened in 1976, the 56-hectare gardens open daily. Entry to the gardens is free. Dogs are not permitted at any time. Vehicle access in the gardens is not allowed on weekends, public holidays and from 4pm on weekdays. Visitiors can ride bikes on the ring road and road to the Australian Plant Communities area only. For the safety of other pedestrians, skateboards and scooters are not permitted.
Neighbourhoods
New Farm
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Teneriffe
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Food scene
There is nothing like Eat Street- a special one of a kind experience for you to enjoy. Priceless city & river views saturate & surround the 180 dining and entertainment shipping containers that add a blazing coloured landmark to the Brisbane & South East Queensland dining and entertainment scene.
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Eat Street Northshore
221D MacArthur Ave
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There is nothing like Eat Street- a special one of a kind experience for you to enjoy. Priceless city & river views saturate & surround the 180 dining and entertainment shipping containers that add a blazing coloured landmark to the Brisbane & South East Queensland dining and entertainment scene.
Set in two iconic inner-city locations, Brisbane City Markets was born with one purpose: to drop a premium selection of fresh farm-direct produce and meats, artisan goods, trawler-direct seafood, fresh baked breads, gourmet food and provisions smack bang in the middle of the CBD. Reddacliff Place: The OG (original) of our inner-city markets, Wednesday at Reddacliff Place is a favourite for city workers, local residents and tourists alike. With 85 amazing stalls each week, you’ll never be short for choice - whether it be lunch, groceries, provisions or gifts. Cathedral Square: She may be smaller in size, but don’t think for a minute that Cathedral Square doesn’t pack a punch. With a bigger focus on street eats, this picturesque market is the perfect place for a quick or leisurely lunch, hello picnic blankets and live music!)
Brisbane City Markets
266 George St
Set in two iconic inner-city locations, Brisbane City Markets was born with one purpose: to drop a premium selection of fresh farm-direct produce and meats, artisan goods, trawler-direct seafood, fresh baked breads, gourmet food and provisions smack bang in the middle of the CBD. Reddacliff Place: The OG (original) of our inner-city markets, Wednesday at Reddacliff Place is a favourite for city workers, local residents and tourists alike. With 85 amazing stalls each week, you’ll never be short for choice - whether it be lunch, groceries, provisions or gifts. Cathedral Square: She may be smaller in size, but don’t think for a minute that Cathedral Square doesn’t pack a punch. With a bigger focus on street eats, this picturesque market is the perfect place for a quick or leisurely lunch, hello picnic blankets and live music!)

Conselhos sobre a cidade

Transporte
Buses are the easiest way to get into the city.
Travelling into the city is very fast and easy you will be able to plan your journey using the journey planner on www.translink.com.au
Transporte
Ferry is a great way travel and sight see
Catching the City Cat at the Teneriffe or New Farm Ferry terminal is a great way to travel to the city and sight see. You can check out the timetable - www.brisbane.qld.gov.au