Brisbane - Region Information


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.


Brisbane is Australia’s third largest city and home to over 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, take in the sites of the shopping precent on Queens Street or visit the Bars and Restaurant in locations such as James Street, Eagle street pier and Fortitude Valley.


The Brisbane region stretches further to explore the aquatic playground and marine sanctuary that is Moreton Bay and Islands, encompassing 125 kilometres of stunning blue waters from Bribie Island in the North to the Southern Bay Islands of the Redlands. Brimming with natural wonders and home to two of the world’s largest sand islands - Moreton Island and North Stradbroke Island - this diverse paradise is famous for its white sandy beaches, rugged coastlines and array of outdoor activities.


Nature lovers will be inspired to explore the assortment of habitats from the playful ocean life to the soaring sand dunes and abundant wetlands. These surroundings provide the perfect environment for all sorts of activities including sailing and cruising, snorkelling, sand tobogganing, four-wheel driving, bushwalking and much more.


Brisbane provides a wide variety of the transport options, entering the state through the Brisbane Domestic and International Airport, Brisbane has motor highway network that can take you north south, east and West via Pacific Motorway and the Bruce Highway. Public transport systems in the ways of buses, trains and ferries along the beautiful Brisbane River which runs right through the city. Brisbane City Council provides access to integrated bicycles and running track in and around the key areas of the city.


For those wanting to extend their stay to include the award winning boutique wineries or to sift through the many antique shops, there are a range of beautifully preserved homesteads, B&Bs and mountain retreats to relax in at the end of a busy day.


For further information about the Brisbane region please visit the site below:
http://www.visitbrisbane.com.au/

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QTIC is the peak industry body for tourism in Queensland. A private sector, membership-based organisation, QTIC represents the interests of the tourism and hospitality industry across the state. QTIC’s primary objective is to achieve the best outcomes from Queensland’s tourism potential.

A strong voice for tourism can support a strong tourism industry. In turn, a strong tourism industry drives sustainable business and product development, stimulates business attraction and investment, develops workforce skills and training and supports tourism jobs and business.

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Brisbane, Australia
Phone: (07) 3236 1445
Email: info@bbfq.com.au
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