The city of Brisbane is a modern and diverse subtropical metropolis.
As Queensland’s capital city, Brisbane offers visitors a stimulating city experience in a warm, friendly and relaxed environment.
It is well serviced by city infrastructure, including cultural precincts of theatres, museums and international cuisine. The world class sporting venues, conference facilities, parklands and river walks create a vibrant metropolitan city serviced by a modern cruise ship terminal.
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Brisbane is Australia’s third largest city and home to nearly two million culturally diverse people. Brisbane city is electric with energy with an extensive music and culture event calendar. Visitors can choose to relax in South Bank, home of the 1988 World Expo or enjoy the temperate year round climate and take to the streets in many of Brisbane’s street shopping precincts.
Brisbane is the ideal location for exploring Queensland’s countryside of world historic towns, fertile farming valleys and rolling cattle planes.
Brisbane Marketing (BM) is the Regional Tourism Organisation (RTO) responsible for marketing Brisbane domestically as modern and diverse capital city in partnership with Tourism Queensland (TQ).
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Brisbane Visitor Guides
- Brisbane Facts
- Brisbane Under $20
- Brisbane Visitor Guide
- The Best of Brisbane
* Destination description by Tourism Queensland