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Milton Motel Apartments        
19 Sheehan Street

Modern serviced apartments with kitchens and satellite TV, plus private courtyards or balconies...
Base Brisbane Uptown Star Rating 3        
462 George Street

A 3-minute walk from the Roma Street bus and train stations at the Brisbane Transit Centre, this urban backpacker hostel is 1.8 km from the Fortitude Valley nightlife district.Shared dorms feature air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi and bright furnishings, plus lockers and en suite bathrooms.
Rivercity Gardens Apartments Kangaroo Point Star Rating 4        
37 Wharf St

This comfortable property in Brisbane offers complimentary Wi-Fi, as well as laundry facilities and a dry cleaning service. It is ideally positioned for guests wanting to sightsee in the area.The property has 20 apartments and has been recently refurbished.
Queensport Tavern Motel Star Rating 3        
49 Gosport Street Gosport Street runs of Aquarium Drive

Queensport Tavern And Motel offers a comfortable setting when in Brisbane.The motel has 36 rooms that are fitted with all the necessities to ensure an enjoyable stay.On-site dining options include a restaurant, which is a convenient spot to have a meal.
Brisbane Gateway Resort Star Rating 4.5        
200 School Road

Brisbane Gateway Resort is situated in Brisbane and offers free wireless internet. The various amenities this modern property features include a shopping mall, a BBQ/picnic area and a laundry service.Those staying at Brisbane Gateway Resort can make the most of the property's gardens.
Brisbane's Best Indooroopilly        
87 Russell Terrace

Brisbane's Best Indooroopilly is situated in Brisbane and is close to the area's well-known attractions. It also provides a swimming pool.Brisbane's Best Indooroopilly provides comfortable rooms, designed to fit the needs of any guest.
The Milton Brisbane        
55 Railway Terrace

The Milton Brisbane provides a comfortable setting while in Brisbane. It also features a Jacuzzi, a swimming pool and a sauna.The apartments at The Milton Brisbane are air-conditioned and include a private balcony, a flat-screen TV and a kitchen.
Next Hotel Brisbane Star Rating 5        
72 Queen Street

Set in Brisbane's Central Business District, this trendy high-rise hotel is a 15-minute walk from the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, and 1.3 km from the South Bank cultural district.The modern rooms and suites come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars, plus espresso machines and room service.
Grand Chancellor Brisbane Star Rating 4        
23 Leichhardt Street

A block from Roma Street Parkland, this upscale hotel is also 7 minutes' walk from Brisbane Central railway station and 2.1 km from Queensland Museum.The warmly decorated rooms include Wi-Fi (fee) and flat-screen TVs, plus room service, minibars and minifridges.
Rendezvous Hotel Brisbane on George Star Rating 4        
103 George Street

Set in the Central Business District, this classic hotel is 1.3 km from the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, and 1.5 km from the cultural attractions of South Bank.
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Brisbane is the capital city for the state of Queensland, and by population is the 3rd largest in Australia. The Australian love of the outdoors makes Brisbane a wonderful place to visit because of the variety of things to see and do, and the weather is often compliant. Summers are hot and humid, with temperatures averaging in the mid 30s, while winters are quite mild. Interestingly, for the first time in recorded history, the temperature dropped below 0 Degrees for the first time in 2007 (albeit only as low as -0.1 Degrees). Situated on the Brisbane River, the city is modern and busy with the hustle and bustle of a commercially important area. The central business district is compact and the immediate city centre area feels clean and calm, largely due to its green spaces. brisbane australiaSouth Bank Parkland is a popular place for both tourists and locals, and with everything it has on offer, it can get quite busy. The pools and the artificial beach is a great spot to cool off during the hot days, while the many excellent cafes and restaurants will satisfy the stomach. There is regular entertainment for children, including a ferris wheel, and also a variety of markets to wander through.

Visitors will also be rewarded with fantastic views of the city skyline, as well as the views over the river. The City Cat is a fast ferry which runs along the river, and has multiple stops between Apollo Road and the University of Queensland. Popular amongst commuters, those with insider knowledge also know that it's a great (and cheap) way to see the city and get around, without paying premium prices for touristy riverboat trips. Queen Street Mall is a pedestrian area which is popular for shopping, and you can expect to find all the usual high street stores in the area, as well as high end stores and the department store David Jones. Many small pubs such as the Pig & Whistle are set up in Queen Street and serve good hearty food with cold beers while you review your latest purchases or watch people wander by.

When you are in Brisbane, make the effort to go to the Australia Zoo, which is an hour's easy commute on the train towards the Sunshine Coast. Buses from the zoo come to meet the train arrivals and transfer you for free to the zoo. The zoo is the brainchild of the late conservationist and wildlife expert Steve Irwin, who also inspired millions to love and respect nature through his TV show, The Crocodile Hunter. The Irwin family are still involved at the zoo and continue to educate and fascinate visitors. You can expect close up encounters with many types of animals, including koalas, snakes and of course, the famous Australian crocs! Travellers could easily spend weeks in this incredible part of the world, and still have new places to explore. For those with more time, a trip to the Gold Coast is special, and water-babies will love the waves at Surfers Paradise. See what makes Down Under magical. Discover Australia.