Brisbane a completely transformed cosmopolitan city

Story bridge, Brisbane, Queensland - Australia

Brisbane, the third-largest city of Australia and the capital of Queensland doesn’t have wild and untamed beauty, but it is still beautiful. The city is a treasure trove of culture, wining and dining, events which is a lively experience to uncover. From the few years Brisbane is completely transformed into a hot cosmopolitan city decked with some world-class art galleries, booming music scene, fabulous café culture, some great museums, but still retains its laid-back, easy attitude of a small community which makes it an interesting city to visit and enjoy your holidays.

The best way to explore the beauty of the city and uncover its rich cultural heritage is either jumping on a bicycle or on foot wandering around its streets and hitting its 1200 km of walkways and bridges that connects riverside inner-city precincts and provide its visitors with an opportunity to enjoy the wealth of natural wonders and mild climate. Make a plan and book low fare flight tickets to Brisbane, a futuristic city full of entrepreneurial zeal, cosmopolitan young people, bohemian nightclubs, high-end shopping, world-class restaurants, upscale hotels, funky eateries and thus locals affectionately call their home city BrisVegas.

Feeding kangaroos in Phillip Island

The Parklands of South Bank

South Bank is a little piece of everything. It is a 17 hectares lush sub-tropical urban oasis is a great place to visit that celebrates modern life. Visit Australia’s only inner-city beach that offers panoramic views of the city where you can enjoy a stroll through the award-winning harbour, go for rain-forest walks, visit its picturesque riverfront promenade, on which you can walk, run or cycle, or explore the city from new heights on the Wheel of Brisbane. The South Bank provides an authentic experience that typifies the idyllic Queensland summer lifestyle which makes it even more worth a visit.

Magnificent Redland Bay

Just 40 minutes from downtown Brisbane, is situated the Redlands region where all roads lead to Bay. The landscape is diverse ranging from glistering beaches to mountain tops is home to the close-knit resident population who welcomes visitors. The area offers a range of activities from bay cruises and island hopping to guided heritage tours and cultural walks. The place has some major golf courses, tennis courts and amateur fishing clubs. Every Sunday bayside markets make the centre alive as local artists and craftspeople sell and display their works of art.

The Giant Drop

It is Dreamworld’s signature thrill ride and is officially declared a tallest free vertical free-fall ride in the world by Guinness Book of World Record in their 1999 edition. Standing 119 m high, the giant Drop is now a legendary Australian landmark and one of the best thrill rides in the world which have carried more than 5 million passengers to date.

If you enjoy challenges and love adventure then experience the excitement and exhilaration of falling at a speed of 135 km per hour. It is undoubtedly a spine chilling experience. To enjoy all this and much more, catch low fare business class flights to Brisbane and have an experience that is truly magnificent.

Brisbane International Film Festival

Held in the month of July, BIFF is a premier film event in Queensland. Running over 11 days it draws film enthusiasts to view a mix of local and international retrospectives, events including documentaries, late-night thrillers, animation, short film competitions and much more. Since the first festival in 1992, BIFF is visited by more than 375,000 filmgoers from every corner of the world.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *