With our Cheap flights to Brisbane, explore the most populous city of Queensland, Australia. It is Australia’s third largest city and has a lot for you to enjoy the best holidays. As a largest preserve of the world, visit the Lone Pine and hug a koala for a memorable experience. Right in the center of Brisbane, you can find the Cultural center which is the heart of cultural attractions like Queensland Art Gallery, Queensland Theatre Company, State Library of Queensland and Queensland Performing Arts Centre. With all beautiful views of Brisbane, have a tour to the Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens which is a favorite spot for locals and visitors too. For a fun weekend or evening, you can visit the South Bank that has parklands and plazas for you to enjoy, you can adore the views of the city while sitting on the wheel of Brisbane that gives you a view of the city over the river day and night. The most lovely and exciting way to get to know Brisbane city is by CityCat, you can glide across the Brisbane River and enjoy the beautiful views. For shopping experience, visit the vibrant Queens Street Mall where you can find all national and international designs and labels. Dream World Travel offers cheap flights to Brisbane to explore the beautiful city of Queensland with most affordable range of flights and best customer support so grab a ticket now and have a pleasant journey with us.
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The Queensland Cultural Centre is located right above the Victoria Bridge and is the epicentre of this city’s traditional convergence. Enclosed by subtropical parks, the straggling compound of architecturally protruding structures, it includes the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, the famous Museum & Science centre, Queensland Art Gallery, State Library of Queensland, and predominantly its Gallery of Modern Arts.
All pointed glass and surely a must-to-visit Gallery of Modern Art emphasizes on Australian art since the last few decades. As it frequently changes, it exhibits a vast variety of painting, statue and photography. Having a bookshop, kid’s activity rooms, restaurants and a free guided tour, available at different times!
The City Hall was constructed in 1930 and the foyer's marble was obtained from the Tuscan mine. The Rolling Stones exhibited their first Australian performance in the auditorium that is a wonderful space with free concerts every Tuesday. Free tours of the high clock tower run every 15 minutes.
Explore Brisbane's highs and lows at this progressive museum, which is an alliance between the museum and a theatre company Rimini Protokoll. These together precisely redirect the city's population and the outcome is a snapshot of a city much more multifarious than what one might expect.
Stretching out over the metropolis's vast, brown water channel, the Brisbane Riverwalk provides an innovative way of measuring the Brisbane skyline. This 870m-long track runs amongst New Farm and the Howard St Wharves. Here, you can endure towards the central Brisbane as the River-walk substitutes the floating pathway, washed away in the downpours occurred in 2011.
7 facts about Brisbane
Also known as the Sunshine State, Brisbane is the capital city of Queensland State.
Brisbane is the third largest city having its population of more than 1.6 million people
It is also known as “Brizzie” to the residents.
Brisbane is known for its lovely beauty, temperate climate and friendly atmosphere.
This city is the jumping-off point for the Gold and Sunshine Coasts.
Dining out in Brisbane is mostly in an open-air environment.
Getting around Brisbane is economical and easy, hygienic food and cheap accommodation.