Brisbane Things To Do In Queensland, Australia

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The Purrrfect 3 Days – ALL INCLUSIVESpa & Sunset Sail on the Bay with BBQ5 Day Wildlife Photography
Lunchtime Sailing Cruise (All Inclusive)WT PerthWT Cairns
WT Sunshine CoastHorse & Wagon Afternoon Tour 4:30pmFull day private charter- Sail, Snorkel SUP and Kayak
Exclusive Brunch Sail On The BayExclusive Sunset Sailing On The Bay with WaitressFamily Get Togethers
Outer reef ALL INCLUSIVE Private CharterProposals & Romantic SailsHorse & Wagon Morning Tour 9:45am – Private / Exclusive Use Booking
Horse & Wagon Morning Tour 9:45amHorse & Wagon Afternoon Tour 3:45pmDC Trikes – Electric
Smartmotion Electric BikesThundercat Whitsundays All-Inclusive Day TourWT Fraser Coast
FAMILY SIZE SUV HYUNDAI TUCSON – AUTOWings Sailing Tour – 10% OFF SPECIAL – Private cabin for couplesJet Ski Safaris + Beer – Gold Coast
Lumber Punks – Axe Throwing + Beer – BrisbaneLumber Punks – Axe Throwing + Beer – Gold CoastChampagne Sunset Winery Tour

Being the capital of the state of Queensland, Brisbane is one of the most populated cities in Australia with a population of over 2.4 million people. In fact, it ranks the third place among the most populous cities in Australia.  Brisbane is also the largest capital city in Australia in terms of land with a geographic area of 15842 km2. Situated in the southeast corner of Queensland, Brisbane stretches from Caboolture in the north to Beenleigh in the south, and as far as Ipswich in the west, sprawling along the Moreton Bay floodplain.

Climate of Brisbane

The climate of Brisbane varies from very mild, relatively dry winters to hot, rainy summers. The annual mean maximum and minimum temperatures of Brisbane are 26.6 °C and 16.6 °C respectively. The prevalence of a sunny and warm climate year-round is one factor which makes Brisbane one of the most desirable places to reside.

Culture of Brisbane

Over a quarter of the residents are born overseas. Hence, Brisbane represents a vast cultural diversity with residents speaking more than 220 languages, holding more than 100 religious beliefs and coming from more than 220 countries. The harmonious coexistence of a large number of cultures is another factor which makes Brisbane one of the most desirable places to reside.

Places to Visit in Brisbane

Brisbane City Botanic Gardens

City Botanic Gardens are Brisbane’s oldest and most mature gardens with many rare and unusual botanic species. Being listed as a heritage listed botanic garden, it is described as the most significant, non-Aboriginal cultural landscape in Queensland.

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

It is the world’s first and largest koala sanctuary with 130 koalas. You will the opportunity of holding a koala, hand feeding kangaroos and meeting a large variety of Australian wildlife.

Gallery of Modern Art

It is the largest gallery of modern and contemporary art in Australia which presents Australian and international exhibitions, with a focus on the contemporary art of Australia, Asia, and the Pacific.

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