How to Find Budget Brisbane Accommodation

Brisbane, Australia’s third largest city has to be fully experienced by tourists from different parts of the world. In the evening, lights and party music in some busy parts of the city invite you to jive and unwind. At dawn, the cool breeze from the river prompts you to take your well-deserved rest. In a few moments, the sun kisses the bushland in the east, the surf beaches in the south, the trekking pathways in the north and the Gothic buildings in the main streets and the friendly neighbourhood in the entire city. This is more than what your eyes can see in Brisbane, Queensland.

Because Brisbane is the third largest city in Australia, coming here might be daunting. But actually, there is an eclectic array of budget Brisbane accommodation. All you need to do is to allow ample time for Internet research, be certain of your must-see and must-do lists and be realistic about your budget, and then making a reservation would be very easy.

There are also a few hotel finder apps available for iPhone users. Just browse through it or read a couple of suggested budget Brisbane accommodation in this article.

With superb quality, we believe the budget Brisbane accommodation at Bridgewater Terraces tops the list. Their friendly on-site managers and staff certainly know what guests like you expect in a vacation: spacious open plan living, filtered light, balconies overlooking the waterways of Brisbane & Brisbane CBD. Rooms feature full kitchen and laundry facilities, broadband Internet access and air-conditioning. Their single room rate starts at $115. This includes a privilege to use their outdoor swimming pool, hot tub, sauna, gymnasium, oasis-like garden, and barbecue area.

If you’re on a very tight budget, then Balmoral House offers budget Brisbane accommodation for backpackers. Rates range from dormitory $16, single room (shared bathroom) $36, double/3p ensuites $46-$50, studio apartments $55-$70 special weekly rates. It is located in 33 Amelia Street, Fortitude Valley.

On the other hand, Brisbane Backpackers Resort offers dorm beds at S19. It is located within walking distance of Brisbane City, Brisbane Convention Centre, and Southbank. All rooms at Brisbane Backpackers Resort are air-conditioned, with their own ensuite, TV, fridge, phone, balcony and bed bunks. They also offer a mini-bus service to the Brisbane Transit Centre.

When you and your companions are done feasting on the artistic and scientific displays at the Queensland Museum or taking pictures of the marvellous Kurilpa Bridge, your affordable quality rooms at Bridgewater Terraces await you for a comforting rest. Check out what our guest have to say at https://www.bridgewaterterraces.com.au/brisbane-accommodation.

About Denis Goodman

Denis is the manager of Bridgewater Terraces and has a long history with accommodation and property management rights. He brings his knowledge and experiences into his writer to help holiday makers have a wonderful holiday.

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