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10 Reasons Why You Should Visit Brisbane

10 Reasons Why You Should Visit Brisbane

It’s really easy to fall in love with Brisbane with a plethora of things to explore! From its rich culture, great climate, outdoor activities, to a myriad of shopping, dining, and entertainment spots – you really won’t run out of things to do! 

Being the capital of Queensland and a gateway to beautiful beaches to its north and south, Brisbane really has a lot to offer! 

Interested to learn more about the Queen City? Check out our top reasons why you should visit Brisbane! 

1. Terrific Year-round Weather

1. Terrific Year-round Weather
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Brisbane has one of the best climates with more than 250 sunny days in a year! If you want a break from cold weather, a visit to the Sunshine State would be perfect and you can get your much-needed vitamin D! 

Brisbane has a subtropical climate and you can enjoy hot or warm weather most of the year with temperatures ranging from 15°C – 29°C (59°F – 84.2°F) on average. 

Summer in Brisbane is from December to February, Autumn is from March to May, Winter is from June to August, and Spring is from September to November. 

The best time to visit Brisbane would be all-year round since it’s mostly warm out and it’s within the Sunshine State, after all. 

Jacaranda trees in bloom Image Source Wikimedia Commons
Jacaranda trees in bloom / Image Source: Wikimedia Commons

In summer, temperatures would range from 21 – 31°C (69.8 – 87.8°F) and expect some rain showers and thunderstorms. 

If you like the weather to be a bit cool, visiting in winter would be great as well with temperatures ranging from 11 – 21°C (51.8 – 69.8°F). 

While it would be loveliest to visit in spring if you wish to see the Jacaranda trees adorning the city with a sea of purple blooms! 

2. Friendly Locals

2. Friendly Locals
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Brisbane is a capital city that’s known to be more laid-back than other major cities in Australia, so expect locals to be generally relaxed and happy as well.

According to a survey done by Kantar Public Australia with over 2,400 residents from five cities, Brisbane has the highest quality-of-life rating at 93%. 

It also topped the rating for the best city to raise a family, which is also one of the reasons why a lot of people decided to relocate to Brisbane in the last five years. 

In addition, while Australians are friendly people in general, a lot of tourists attest to Brisbane locals being warm, helpful, and welcoming even towards strangers. So it’s safe to say that the overall vibe of Brissie will make you feel right at home! 

3. Exhilarating Nightlife

Watch the night come alive in Brisbane with its wide array of bars and clubs – from its entertainment district, Fortitude Valley, to a variety of restaurants and bars by the river! 

If you like to drink, party, and dance, then you’ll find a lot of exciting spots in Fortitude Valley, while West End serves a more alternative and artsy vibe. 

For more intimate, casual drinking, Brisbane’s several laneway bars might be more up your alley! Each laneway in the city has something unique to offer, so you just might find your fave hangout spot when you make a crawl through its quirky bars and cafes.

Some of our recommendations include Death and Taxes on Burnett Lane, the oldest laneway in Brisbane that takes inspiration from Paris and London’s underground pubs. You can easily find Burnett Lane near the Queen Street Mall precinct. 

Meanwhile, some must-tries on Fish Lane are The Next Episode, an NYC-inspired speakeasy, and Maker, a cocktail bar that serves unique and colorful concoctions. Fish Lane is located down at South Bank and stretches to West End. 

Other Brisbane Laneways you should explore are Albert Lane in the CBD, California, Bakery, Ada, and Winn Lane in Fortitude Valley, and Eagle Lane near Eagle Street Pier. 

And of course, one of the best ways to enjoy Brisbane at night is by spending the evening by the river with a fantastic view of the city skyline! You can find a colorful mixture of riverside dining and cocktails at Howard Smith Wharves and South Bank!

4. Exciting Adventures at Kangaroo Point Cliffs

4. Exciting Adventures at Kangaroo Point Cliffs

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If you’re in the mood for adventure, you can go rock climbing at Kangaroo Point Cliffs which is suitable for all skill levels! It’s conveniently located just across the Brisbane River from the CBD. 

Image Source Flickr Brisbane City Council
Image Source: Flickr / Brisbane City Council

It would be perfect to go early in the morning or in the afternoon before sunset to take in the spectacular views of Brisbane! 

Kangaroo Point Cliffs is also a popular abseiling site and locals love going on picnics, walks, and runs in the area. There are lots of picnic tables and barbecue facilities so it’s a great place to take a quick breather within the city! 

5. Fashion and Style Gems at Queen Street Mall 

5. Fashion and Style Gems at Queen Street Mall

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Brisbane has been growing to be a favorite shopping destination in Australia featuring a slew of luxury international brands, high-end local designers, and unique vintage finds! 

In the heart of the city, you can find Queen Street Mall, the biggest pedestrian shopping mall in Queensland that houses an array of global luxury brands. This includes Louis Vuitton, Dior, Balenciaga, and Saint Laurant, among others. 

Of course, you can also find popular high-end Australian brands such as Zimmermann, Aesop, and Viktoria & Woods. While there’s more international retail fashion brands available like Zara, Uniqlo, and H&M. 

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Meanwhile, there’s more to explore in Brisbane’s inner suburbs and laneways! You can find eclectic fashion pieces by high-end local designers, as well as quirky and vintage furniture, clothing, homeware, and other knick-knacks!

James Street in Fortitude Valley, Oxford Street in Bulimba, and Latrobe Terrace in Paddington offer unique fashion finds as well as artisan homeware and artworks! 

6. Beautiful City Botanic Gardens

6. Beautiful City Botanic Gardens
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Brisbane’s urban landscape is abundantly surrounded by lush parklands, which make walks truly relaxing and enjoyable! 

In the heart of the city with a stunning view of the river is the City Botanic Gardens where you can visit several attractions and explore its rich flora. You can join free guided tours from Tuesdays to Sundays at 11am and 1pm. 

It’s also an ideal place for picnics, play, walks, outdoor activities, and recreational sports! You might even catch a concert or festival at the Riverstage

The Brisbane Arbour, South Bank Image Source Flickr
The Brisbane Arbour, South Bank / Image Source: Flickr

Other beautiful parks to explore are South Bank Parklands, New Farm Park, and Davies Park, all of which boast stunning views of the river! While the Botanic Gardens at Mt. Coot-tha is also a must-visit! 

7. The Largest Koala Sanctuary in the World

7. The Largest Koala Sanctuary in the World
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The world’s first and largest koala sanctuary, the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, can be found in Brisbane! 

Located just 12 kilometers from the CBD, Lone Pine gives visitors a chance to get up and close and personal with our furry friends! 

The sanctuary is home to more than 100 koalas plus a diverse array of other Australian wildlife in a beautiful, natural setting. 

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You can catch regular shows daily, koala and kangaroo feeding, photo opportunities, plus a 360-degree crocodile viewing dome, and more! 

It’s also worth noting that the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary puts the well-being of its native species at the forefront of all their efforts in wildlife conservation. They’re accredited for practicing positive animal welfare by the Zoo and Aquarium Association. 

8. Breathtaking Scenery at Mt. Coot-Tha

8. Breathtaking Scenery at Mt. Coot-Tha
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Mt. Coot-Tha is the closest mountain from the CBD and it’s the perfect place to get a panoramic view of Brisbane along with activities that the whole family can enjoy! 

Take a hike at one of its bushwalking trails, explore the botanic gardens, wander through the forest on horseback, have a picnic, or dine at the hilltop cafe and restaurant! 

Mt. Coot-Tha Botanic Gardens Image Source Wikimedia Commons
Mt. Coot-Tha Botanic Gardens / Image Source: Wikimedia Commons

The Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium, Queensland’s largest planetarium, can also be found at the foot of Mt. Coot-Tha! See the stars and watch a show at the Cosmic Skydome and experience an astronomical journey! 

Mt. Coot-Tha is just a quick 15-minute drive west from the city center, so it’s conveniently accessible via car or public transportation. 

9. Outdoor Activities Abound

9. Outdoor Activities Abound
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With Brisbane’s beautiful weather all-year round, there are lots of outdoor activities to do! From walking, hiking, cycling, climbing, and kayaking, to spending a day at the beach or camping amidst the trees, staying indoors really isn’t an option! 

You don’t have to go far to be able to enjoy the outdoors as there are lots of parks around the city where you can walk, run, bike, and play recreational sports! 

Meanwhile, you can also kayak on the Brisbane River, cycle your way through the city, rock climb at Kangaroo Point Cliffs, and explore Mt. Coot-Tha!

Streets Beach, South Bank Image Source Wikimedia Commons
Streets Beach, South Bank / Image Source: Wikimedia Commons

Brisbane even has a beach in the heart of the city! You can spend the day sunbathing and taking a dip at Streets Beach in South Bank, a man-made beach surrounded by lush greenery and white sand, with a stunning view of the river and cityscape! 

If you wish to explore the nearby islands, you can visit Moreton Bay, Bribie Island, and North Stradbroke Island! 

10. Museum Tours for Free

10. Museum Tours for Free
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Brisbane is the perfect place to learn more about Queensland’s history and culture, as well as its eclectic art scene with a number of museums that you can visit for free! 

To explore the city’s history, you can visit the Museum of Brisbane within the iconic Brisbane City Hall. Meanwhile, the Queensland Museum showcases the state’s natural history and cultural heritage. 

Brisbane Tramway Museum Image Source Wikimedia Commons
Brisbane Tramway Museum / Image Source: Wikimedia Commons

Other museums that offer a glimpse of Brisbane’s history are the Brisbane Tramway Museum and the Brisbane Maritime Museum. 

For art enthusiasts, you’ll enjoy visiting QAGOMA or Queensland Art Gallery (QAG) and Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) located in South Bank by the river. 

Where to Eat and Drink

Where to Eat and Drink
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Brisbane is a haven for foodies with its extensive array of cuisines and unique dining experiences that will definitely satisfy your cravings! From hearty brunch meals and casual bites, to fine dining and desserts, there’s always something for every palate! 


You can find a lot of great brunch places within the CBD and the surrounding suburbs for a relaxing brunch date! 

Here’s our recommendations for a heavenly and hearty brunch! 

Felix for Goodness

Address: 50 Burnett Ln, Brisbane City QLD 4000

Contact: +61 7 3161 7966

Hours: Monday – Sunday, 8am – 2pm

Pricing: $$


A quaint little cafe tucked away in Brisbane’s oldest laneway, Burnett Lane, Felix for Goodness surely serves up plenty of brunch goodness daily! 

They offer a healthy all-day brunch menu from avocado on sourdough and  frittatas, to maple pumpkin and falafels – and of course, great coffee! 

Morning After

Address: Cambridge St, West End QLD 4101

Contact: [email protected] / 07 3844 0500

Hours: Monday – Sunday, 7am – 3pm

Pricing: $$


Morning After is a perfect spot to have a relaxing brunch in a bright and airy cafe on West End! 

For something on the light side, we recommend a smashed avo or oats and muesli. And for something more filling, try the MaMuffin or their famous breakfast carbonara! 


Address: 2-4 Edmondstone St., West End, QLD 4101

Contact: 07 3177 9477

Hours: Tuesday – Friday, 11am – 10pm; Saturday, 8am – 10pm; Sunday, 8am – 2pm

Pricing: $$ -$$$


Billykart’s got your weekend brunch covered! You can try their Sunday brunch favorite, Turkish eggs and focaccia or Fraser Island spannercrab souffle – or better yet, why not have steak for breakfast? 

Casual Bites

For quick, casual bites, you’d be spoiled for choice from burgers and pizza, to fish and chips, and much more! 

Here’s our recommendations for the most scrumptious casual bites! 

Corbett & Claude

Address: 283 Elizabeth St, Brisbane City QLD 4000

Contact:  +61 7 3130 6436

Hours: Sunday – Wednesday, 11:30am – 9:30pm; Thursday, 11:30am – 10pm; Friday & Saturday, 11:30am – 10:30pm

Pricing: $$


Corbett & Claude is one of Brisbane’s most popular go-to restaurants especially if you’re craving for pizza! 

We recommend trying out their C & C Specials – The Farmer and The Forager, and scarf them down with craft beer or one of their signature cocktails! 

They also have branches in Mt. Gravatt and Everton Park.


Address: 224 Given Terrace, Paddington QLD 4064

Contact: +61 7 3217 6116

Hours: Tuesday, 6pm – 10:30pm; Wednesday, 4pm – 10:30pm; Thursday – Saturday, 12pm – 10:30pm 

Pricing: $$ – $$$


One of the most raved restaurants in Paddington, Nota is definitely a must-try after your art gallery jaunt or antique shopping in the area. 

We recommend ordering their Fraser Isle spanner crab pasta or taking part in the Chef’s Feast, good for the whole table! 

Hashtag Burgers and Waffles

Address: Shop 3, 477 Brunswick Street Fortitude Valley, Queensland 4006

Contact: [email protected] / (07) 3569 5805

Hours: Sunday – Thursday, 11am – 10pm; Friday & Saturday, 11am – 11pm

Pricing: $$


There are plenty of burger joints in Brisbane, but one of the best would be Hashtag Burgers and Waffles! We love that they only use the freshest ingredients with organic produce and ethically-raised cattle. 

They offer a not-so-typical burger menu along with drinks and desserts that you won’t find anywhere else! We recommend the Mack Me Daddy or Lucky Chicken, but honestly, anything on the menu is worth the try and won’t disappoint! 

Sweet Treats

Of course, there’s always room for dessert! Satisfy your sweet tooth with some of our best dessert recommendations! 

Sonder Dessert

Address: 7C Farne St, Sunnybank Hills QLD 4109


Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 1pm – 9pm

Pricing: $$


Tasting a piece of a Sonder Dessert confection gives you a little taste of contemporary and vibrant Tokyo! 

They offer a wide selection of desserts such as matcha parfaits, warabi mochi, purin cheesecake, matcha creme brulee, and more! Their Japanese teas are also a must-try together with one of their unique delicacies! 

Lick! Ice Cream

Address: 107 Latrobe Terrace, Paddington QLD 4064

Contact: +61 472 739 637

Hours: Sunday – Thursday, 12:30pm – 9pm; Friday, 12:30pm – 10:30pm; Saturday, 10:30am – 10:30pm

Pricing: $$


A perfect treat especially on hot days – we just love to indulge in Lick! Ice Cream’s colorful array of flavors! They make their scoops using all-natural ingredients and you can also have an ice cream cake customized for special occasions! 

They have 24 signature flavors available, while there’s always a special surprise addition every two weeks to match the season! 

Veganyumm Dessert Bakehouse

Address: 487 S Pine Rd, Everton Park Qld 4053 

Contact: +61 7 3355 6329 

Hours: Monday & Tuesday, 8am – 9pm; Wednesday – Saturday, 8am – 10pm; Sunday, 8am – 8pm

Pricing: $$


Of course, the first and only all-vegan dessert bar in Brisbane deserves the spotlight with their exciting assortment of goodies that’s dairy and egg-free! 

Have a cupcake or take home an entire box, take a bite from their brownie slab, or bring a Funfetti Cake Bar to a party! 

It’s also great that they have gluten-free treats available and can accommodate other dietary needs. 

Fine Dining

Looking for a fancy dinner date place? Reserve a table at these award-winning restaurants for a unique and memorable culinary experience! 

Gerard’s Bistro

Address: 14/15 James St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006

Contact: +61 7 3852 3822

Hours: Monday – Thursday & Saturday, 6pm – 12am; Friday, 12pm – 3pm, 6pm – 12am

Pricing: $$$


Definitely one of the best restaurants in Brisbane, Gerard’s Bistro offers a unique fusion of Middle Eastern and Maghreb cuisine. We love having their meals with a glass of wine from their exquisitely curated collection! 

We also recommend ordering from their set menu that serves three to four courses of beautifully prepared Middle Eastern dishes. 

Otto Ristorante

Address: Shop 1, River Quay, Sidon St, QLD 4101

Contact: +61 7 3835 2888

Hours: Wednesday – Sunday, 12pm – 8:45pm

Pricing: $$$


Otto Ristorante is one of our go-to places if we want a dining experience that has a stunning view of the Brisbane River! Located on South Bank, you’ll get to enjoy a modern Italian cuisine headed by Chef Will Cowper. 

You can order from their Otto Ristorante or Osteria menu. The former offers an a la carte selection serving up the classics from freshly made pasta and locally sourced seafood, while the latter features a casual Northern Italian-inspired menu. 

E’cco Bistro

Address: Shop 8/63 Skyring Terrace, Newstead QLD 4006

Contact: +61 7 3831 8344

Hours: Wednesday & Thursday, 6pm – 10:30pm; Friday & Saturday, 12pm – 2:30pm, 6pm – 10:30pm

Pricing: $$ – $$$


If you want to get a taste of classic modern Australian cuisine, then you should reserve a table at E’cco Bistro! Headed by one of Australia’s leading chefs, Philip Johnson, this multi-awarded restaurant definitely shouldn’t be missed! 

We recommend trying their a la carte menu from Wednesdays to Saturdays featuring ingredients that are locally supplied and produced. 

Where to Stay

Where to Stay
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Deciding on where to stay would depend on what your travel priorities are as there’s just a lot of options at different areas in Brisbane! 

New Farm – Family-friendly Accommodations

If you’re traveling with family and want a place with peaceful surroundings, then you should book a place in New Farm! 

Here are some of the best places to stay in New Farm: 

Spicers Balfour Hotel

Spicers Balfour Hotel
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Address: 37 Balfour Street, New Farm, Brisbane, QLD 4005

Contact: [email protected] / 1300 597 540

Pricing: $$$

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Just 3 kilometers from the Brisbane CBD, Spicers Balfour Hotel offers the elegance and comfort of traditional Queenslander architecture. It’s a perfect accommodation for families or couples who want to stay in the quieter side of the city. 

We also love that they make sustainability a priority in daily operations which includes serving ethically sourced food at Balfour Kitchen & Bar. 

Heal House

Address: 72 Heal St, New Farm QLD 4005

Contact: [email protected] / 07 3358 3350

Pricing: $ – $$

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Situated in the heart of New Farm and just a short walk from the Brisbane Powerhouse, Heal House warmly welcomes you to another classic Queenslander home! 

We love its luxuriously cozy atmosphere with great attention to detail and a hearty breakfast served in the breakfast room or veranda daily.

It’s also conveniently located within walking distance to the dining precincts in New Farm, Fortitude Valley, Howard Smith Wharves, and the CBD. 

Edward Lodge

Edward Lodge
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Address: 75 Sydney Street, New Farm Brisbane QLD 4005

Contact: [email protected] / 07 33582680

Pricing: $

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Edward Lodge is one of the best boutique hotels near the Brisbane CBD and is popularly referred to as the city’s “Little Italy.” 

You can start the day with their complimentary continental breakfast served daily at their lush and airy breakfast room. 

Kangaroo Point – A Short Walk to Outdoor Recreational Areas

If you always want to stay active, then it’s great to find a place in Kangaroo Point as there’s an outdoor recreational area nearby where you can walk, run, cycle, and climb! 

Here are some of the best places to stay in Kangaroo Point: 

The Point Brisbane Hotel

Address: 21 Lambert Street, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane QLD 4169

Contact: [email protected] / 1800 088 388 / +61 7 3240 0888

Pricing: $$ – $$$

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The Point is great for those traveling for both business and leisure, and those who would especially love being close to areas where they can stay active! 

The hotel is just a 10-minute walk to Kangaroo Point Cliffs Park and if you just want to stay in, you can take a dip or relax by the pool, or better yet, squeeze in a workout at the gym! 

But the best part would be the amazing views! You can catch the best Brisbane sunsets from Kangaroo Point and it’s great that you can enjoy the best views from your room or while having a drink at their rooftop bar! 

The Wellington Apartment Hotel

The Wellington Apartment Hotel
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Address: 192 Wellington Road Kangaroo Point, Brisbane QLD 4169 

Contact: [email protected] / (07) 3891 1988

Pricing: $

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The Wellington Apartment Hotel is one of the best serviced apartments in Brisbane which is ideal for those who are looking for budget-friendly long-term stays. 

This is also great for those who are bringing their vehicles as they offer free parking. Kangaroo Point Cliffs is just a 12-minute walk away and there’s also Raymond Park nearby that has exercise facilities and a playground for kids! 

Il Mondo Boutique Hotel

Il Mondo Boutique Hotel
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Address: 25-35 Rotherham Street, Kangaroo Point QLD 4169

Contact: [email protected] / 07 3392 0111

Pricing: $$

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Il Mondo Boutique Hotel is centrally located in Kangaroo Point near parks, restaurants, and spectacular views! 

You can take a short walk to CT White Park which is a popular walking or cycling route in the area with a view of the river and a nice playground that kids would enjoy! 

Il Mondo also has a pool, free parking, and our favorite – bikes that guests can use for free! 

Fortitude Valley – Never Late to the Party

If you want to stay close to where the party’s at, then you should stay at one of the best hotels in Fortitude Valley! 

Here are some of the best places to stay in Fortitude Valley: 

The Calile Hotel

Address: 48 James Street, Fortitude Valley, QLD 4006

Contact: [email protected] / +617 3607 5888

Pricing: $$$

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Probably the chicest hotel in Brisbane, The Calile Hotel is the place to be in Fortitude Valley! 

It’s a place where you can hang out during the day for some drinks or unwind at their very own Kailo Day Spa. And it’s a pretty convenient accommodation for those who like to party at The Valley! 

The hotel design encapsulates the whole vibe of Brisbane’s lifestyle mecca, James Street – the ultimate place to shop, dine, and party in a glamorous yet effortless fashion! 

Ovolo The Valley

Ovolo The Valley
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Address: 1000 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006

Contact: (07) 3253 6999

Pricing: $$ – $$$

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Ovolo The Valley is one of Brisbane’s best luxury boutique hotels, and if you want to stay within the city’s entertainment precinct, then this is a perfect choice! 

We love that they have a bunch of perks such as continental breakfast, in-room mini bar, 24-hour gym, social hour, a free loot bag, and more! 

Ovolo also has its own cocktail bar, Kazba, inspired by the vibrant Tel Aviv nightlife, as well as Za Za Ta, one of the best vegetarian restaurants in Queensland! 

Amelia Boutique Hotel

Amelia Boutique Hotel
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Address: 33 Amelia Street, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006 

Contact: [email protected] / 07 3252-5555

Pricing: $

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For a more budget-friendly accommodation in The Valley, we recommend Amelia Boutique Hotel! 

This place is best for those looking for a comfortable and affordable stay after partying all night.

It has all the essentials such as 24-hour check-in, cafe and bar, free wi-fi, smart TV, and private parking for $30 a day. It’s not bad at all for an accommodation that’s less than $200 a night! 

Brisbane CBD – Everything at Close Proximity

Of course, the Brisbane CBD has everything at close proximity, from restaurants and shopping centers, to museums and city parks! 

Here are some of the best places to stay in the Brisbane CBD: 

Royal Albert Hotel

Royal Albert Hotel
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Address: 167 Albert Street, Brisbane QLD 4000

Contact: [email protected] / 07 3291 8888

Pricing: $ – $$

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The Royal Albert Hotel is set in a historic building that’s been standing for over 100 years! 

If you want to experience Brisbane at its heart and soul, you’d feel the pulse of the city through the building’s deep history and classic architecture and interiors. 

Its close proximity to everything Brisbane has to offer would truly make the trip and the stay worthwhile. 

The rooms are incredibly spacious and their rates are pretty affordable, too! 

W Brisbane

Address: 81 North Quay, Brisbane, QLD 4000

Contact: +61 7-35568888

Pricing: $$$

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If you’re looking for a 5-star hotel in the CBD, W Brisbane will give you that Sunshine State of mind in a stylish and luxurious fashion along with the best views of the river! 

You wouldn’t want to leave this hotel as it has everything you want and more! It really gives you the W with spacious and elegantly chic suites, ultimate pampering sessions at AWAY® Spa, and delectable dining at Three Blue Ducks. 

The Living Room Bar serves some creative cocktails, while the WET® Deck by the pool is where the party’s at, where you can also soak in spectacular views of the city! 

Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane

Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane
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Address: 171 George St, Brisbane City QLD 4000

Contact: +61 7 3155 1000

Pricing: $$ – $$$

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Adina Apartment Hotel is another heritage-listed building restored anew with a classic and contemporary design situated in the heart of Brisbane. 

Its central location, gorgeous interiors, breathtaking river views, full-kitchen apartments, pool, and gym make it one of the best places to stay in the CBD! 

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