For the cheapest flights to Brisbane book 3 days before departure.
The most popular airlines on the route to Brisbane: American Airlines (AA), LATAM (LA), South African Airways (SA).
Direct flights last about 1h 30min.
Direct flights available 6 days a week - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
Direct flights: Qantas (QF), Virgin Australia International (VA), Jetstar Airways (JQ).
Official language: English
Time zone: UTC +10
Currency: Australian dollar (AUD)
There are many tours in the city, including the Vino Bus, which will take you on a journey to the best wineries.
A trip around haunted places in Brisbane will surely be another interesting experience! One of the visited places is a municipal cemetery, watched after dark.
In the Brisbane neighbourhood, at Jesmond Road 708, you can find the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, the biggest koala reserve in the world. You can see here about one hundred and thirty of these lovely animals.
Brisbane is a city located in Queensland, in the north-east Australia, a few dozen kilometres from the coast of the Pacific Ocean. It has over two million inhabitants, what makes it third most populated city in the country. It is important culturally and scientifically – there are three universities here.
In Brisbane, the sun shines almost all year round, according to the research there are over three hundred sunny days here. Among other things, the bars created on the high buildings’ roofs are very popular here. One of the most popular places of this type is the Sixteen Antlers bar located on the roof of the Pullman Brisbane King George Hotel, on the corner of Ann St and Roma Street. Here you can try beers from the local breweries, as well as wines of the highest quality.
Would you like to eat something and not spend a fortune? In Brisbane, you’ll have plenty of eateries to choose from. Firstly, opt for Asian cuisine. For delicious Chinese dumplings go to New Shanghai at Queens Plaza 226 Queen Street or Steamed Dim-Sum at Turbot Street 95. For Vietnamese dishes, go to The Vietnamese at Wickham Street 194 or Little Saigon Grill on Albert Street 123.
Going to the city market is also a must-do. Every Wednesday, Jan Power Farmers’ Market takes place, visit it at the lunch-time for great fresh food and delicious juices. There are also so-called twilight markets organised in Brisbane in the evenings. Eat Street Northshore and Boundary Street Markets offer the dishes of almost every cuisine in the world. During the second market, you may also listen to live music!
About eighty kilometres from the city there is a famous Gold Coast. It is a paradise for surfers and sunbathers missing the sun. Blue water and almost six-kilometre long beach are really tempting. After an active day, you can sit in one of the coastal bars and admire the phenomenal sunset!