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Brisbane Accommodation

Over recent years Brisbane has come into its own, to exemplify everything that a contemporary Australian city can be.

With all of the industry and innovation of a larger city but with a small-town, laid-back, friendly atmosphere, Brisbane enjoys the best of both worlds.

Brisbane’s locals are a huge part of what makes it so appealing, from passionate party-goers that support the thriving electronic music scene in Limes Hotel’s ‘hood’ - Fortitude Valley to the sports-mad fans that pack out Suncorp Stadium and the Gabba, there’s an air of enthusiasm that seems to infect all Brisbane citizens.

Brisbane Art & Culture

-        Queensland Cultural Centre – Art exhibitions and performances.

-        Queensland Museum – From Dinosaurs to unusual insects.

-        Queensland Gallery of Modern Art – Works from Warhol to Picasso.

-        Brisbane Powerhouse – One of Brisbane’s most popular performance spaces.

-        Museum of Brisbane – A museum dedicated to the history and culture of the Queensland Capital.

Brisbane Shopping

-        Brunswick Street Mall –Shopping and coffee mecca.

-        TCB on Brunswick – On the hunt for that one of a kind piece of clothing?

-        Jan Power's Farmer's Market – The centre of fresh produce in Brisbane

Brisbane Precincts


The centre of Brisbane is also host to a variety of shopping districts. From the higher end of the market in Queen Street Mall, Queens Plaza and Brisbane Arcade, down to the more accessible shopping found in MacArthur Central, Broadway on the Mall and The Myer Centre.

South Bank

Any visit to Brisbane needs to contain a little culture, so begin the journey at the Queensland Art Gallery and the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art (next to one another).  Next, head to the Queensland Museum for more of an educational and entertaining experience. After a day of walking and ‘arting’, head to Little Stanley Street, overflowing with restaurants and chilled-out bars.

Fortitude Valley

The Valley combines a dose of hipsters, shopping spots and a lively nightlife to create a grown-up wonderland. When it comes to the shops, it doesn’t matter if you are looking for a big Aussie label or something more alternative – you’ll definately find it. Once you have giving the credit card a nice workout, head to Chinatown, where you’ll not only find plenty of cheap, fast, Asian food but also…a little more shopping.

New Farm & Teneriffe

This area caters for upmarket tastes and hosts many fine-dining venues and trendy bars. The London Club or Salon Bar and Tapas are great options for a cocktail, a bite and a chat. Once you’re fed and rested, head to the Fireworks Gallery for a spectacular array of contemporary art, including a large collection of Aboriginal works. Finally, the Brisbane Powerhouse, a favourite among locals, will sort you out for fine dining as well as various shows and exhibitions.

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