Brisbane: Introduction

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A tidy, compact and welcoming city on Australia’s east coast, Brisbane is in close proximity to many of the Queensland’s major sights and attractions. From a chance to feed wild dolphin at Tangalooma to stunning views offered by the Springbrook Plateau, Brisbane offers a great range of possible activities across its many bustling commercial districts, wonderful parks and nearby wealth of natural beauty areas. Getting around Brisbane is very easy the city provides a wealth of excellent pedestrian, bus, and train links alongside an abundance of tours that allow you to take in every inch of the surrounding metropolitan area and natural attractions. Fantastic views of the Brisbane panorama can be found on Mt. Coot-tha and the South Bank Parklands while the Sunshine and Gold coasts provide some sun-drenched vistas of rare beauty.

Another great aspect of Brisbane is how close it is to other amazing areas of Australia, and hiring a car would definitely help if you want to visit all the numerous excellent attractions and places of interest. Within close reach of the city are many beautiful parklands and forests, including the fantastic sights of the Glass House Mountains and the islands of Moreton Bay. Boasting a thriving and diverse city centre surrounded by miles of picturesque mountains and glorious coastline, Brisbane provides a host of activities for all types of holidaymaker.