Brisbane Tourism Guide & Information

Brisbane tourism has always been an important industry for the economy of Queensland. The city receives about 5 million domestic visitors and about one million foreign visitors each year. This brings substantial amount of earnings for the local government.

Brisbane CBD from Kangaroo PointBrisbane boasts several city landmarks that never seize to amaze tourists particularly photographers from around the globe. Some of the must-see destinations includes Brisbane City Hall, Kangaroo Point, Fortitude Valley, Chinatown, Treasury Casino, and St Stephen’s Cathedral.

Meanwhile, cultural attractions include Queensland Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland Museum, Queensland Performing Arts Centre, and Museum of Brisbane.

The city is also world-famous for its amazing parks and outdoor attractions, which include Southbank Parklands, Roma Street Parkland, City Botanic Gardens, and Brisbane Forest Park. For shopping enthusiasts, you must visit Direct Factory Outlets and Queen Street Mall.

Travellers going to Brisbane usually take day trips to Moreton Bay, the world-famous Hinterland and Gold Coast, Rainbow Beach, and Kondalilla Falls National Park.

When it comes to accommodation, Brisbane will never fall short. Each traveller is offered with wide range of options to suit every needs and demands.

Brisbane accommodation at Bridgewater Terraces However, if you’re looking for Brisbane accommodation that is very close to CBD, features great facilities and amenities, and is pocket-friendly, check out Bridgewater Terraces in Kangaroo Point. All our apartments are spacious and offer great value for money. They are perfect for couples, families, retirees, and even for business travellers. Call us on +61 7 3435 5216 and we’ll be more than happy to assist you.

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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