Brisbane is known for its scenic beauty, balmy climate and friendly atmosphere. The city is situated on the Brisbane River and surrounded by misty blue hills.
Brisbane is known as “Brizzie” to the locals.
Eating and drinking in Brisbane is all about open-air experiences and many places have massive windows opening onto leafy streets with tables and chairs spilling on sidewalks
A variety of cultural offerings makes Brisbane Queensland’s epicentre for the arts with world-class galleries, museums, theatres, art-house cinemas, live-music venues and events
Facts about Brisbane
Brisbane is the state capital of Queensland and has a population of over 2.1 million people.
Brisbane is the 3rd the most populated city in Australia just after Sydney and Melbourne.
Brisbane is on Australia’s eastern seaboard, it is the closest capital city to Asia.
Brisbane is one of “World’s most livable Cities” and was named Australia’s happiest city by Lonely Planet.
Brisbane's weather in winter is generally dry and mild with mean temperatures between 11 - 21°C (51.8 - 69.8°F). Early mornings and nights can be cool, but overnight lows rarely drop below 9°C (48.2°F).
Its close proximity to beaches, rainforests and reefs makes it easy to experience and enjoy the abundance of outdoor activities.
The multicultural and linguistically diverse city’s population has one quarter of residents born overseas and 16 per cent speaking a language other than English at home.