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Oaks Brisbane Festival Suites
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$112 pnValued at $139
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Australia’s third largest city and Queensland’s capital – Brisbane is frequently underrated as a destination travelled to out of necessity. Roll up your proverbial sleeves (in this sub-tropical climate you’ll likely don a t-shirt), pack your bags, and book yourself some Brisbane accommodation – you’re about to discover the real Brisbane.
The city is an unexpected beauty with many distinctly cultural hubs of shopping, dining, museums and even a beach! The CBD features a shopping precinct centred around Queen Street Mall with everything from high end labels to fashion retailers and quirky boutiques.
South Bank is home to The Wheel of Brisbane (the giant Ferris wheel), 2 Queensland art galleries, the performing arts centre (QPAC), and Queensland museum and science centre which are both a huge hit with the kids! Dining is made easy at Little Stanley Street and South Bank Beach offers a huge manmade sandy swimming hole complete with main patrolled beach, separate swimming alcoves, BBQ facilities and playgrounds galore!
Fortitude Valley or ‘The Valley’ is home to Brisbane’s China Town and all the incredible dining that comes with it, along with great nightlife.
For a getaway to the enchanting and cultural Brisbane speak to the experts at Discover Queensland to organise the very best Brisbane accommodation that suits your budget.
Brisbane weather is subtropical year round so you can expect warm to hot temperatures most of the year.
Summers see temperatures in the late 20’s to early 30’s with occasional rainfall mostly seen in the mornings and evenings, this is also the most humid time of year.
Winters are mild and dry with temperatures in the late teens and early 20’s with little rain.View Weather