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Brisbane Vacation Packages
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This area of Queensland has around 2,200,000 residents.
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and Wheel of Brisbane are lovely places to have some quality time with your children. Want more? RNA Showgrounds and Settlement Cove Lagoon will ensure that the good times keep rolling.
The little ones can spend countless hours zipping around and investigating the wide variety of animals at Alma Park Zoo and Daisy Hill Koala Centre.
There's a good chance you have already tasted the various beers here, so why don't you head over to Castlemaine Perkins Brewery and see how they make it? If you're lucky, there'll be a few drinks around the place as well!
Visit Queensland Raceway or Willowbank Raceway and rub shoulders with fellow motorheads as local heroes hurtle around the track at breakneck speeds.
The region's vineyards certainly know how to impress the senses. Meet the cellar masters, sample some expertly crafted wines and enjoy a fantastic day out at Sirromet Wines or Kooroomba Vineyards and Lavender Farm. Should those wineries give you a taste for more, also think about Paradine Estate Winery and XXXX Brewery.
On the hunt for a bit of late-night excitement? Try your luck at Treasury Casino, a fun-filled venue where the action never stops.
Unique and unusual plants, majestic trees and long, meandering footpaths await at Brisbane Botanic Gardens and Redcliffe Botanic Gardens. Many tourists also enjoy inspecting the displays at Mt Coot-Tha Gardens and Sherwood Arboretum.
When it's time to take five, pick up some lunch and find a shady corner at one of the leafy green spaces, such as Roma Street Parkland and Blue Lagoon. There's also plenty of space to relax at Davies Park and Blue Lake National Park.
Admire the sight of flowing water as it plunges into the swirling pool below at Wallaman Falls.
Mount Hypipamee Crater and Oxley Creek Common are great for scenic picnics and wildlife spotting.
If you feel like wandering along a shoreline, throwing a Frisbee or just lounging around by the water's edge, make your way to Sutton's Beach or Cylinder Beach. You could also splash around at Frenchmans Beach and Deadmans Beach.
Turn off your phone and have a break from the noise of the modern world at Kangaroo Point Cliffs and Brisbane Forest Park. Lovers of nature will also have a terrific time at Moreton Island National Park and Mt. Coot-Tha.
Don't forget to make time for some of the delightful exhibition spaces in the area. Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium and Queensland Art Gallery offer a range of displays and collections that are bound to keep you captivated. Queensland Museum and Gallery of Modern Art are also worth looking at.
Queensland Maritime Museum will send you on a voyage through this region's nautical history. Brimming with hearty sea tales and fragments of old watercraft, the whole crew is bound to like this one.
Take a look at intriguing gadgets and expand your knowledge on all things science at Queensland Museum and Sciencentre.
All those interested in biological science and history will enjoy spending a few hours learning about the specimens and curiosities at UQ Anthropology Museum.
Do you love art? You'll find galleries of all varieties here. Pop in to Institute of Modern Art and Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology and see the best of what this creative hotspot has to offer. QUT Art Museum and Footsteps Gallery are also worth your time if you can fit them in.
Go back to a time long since forgotten and discover stories of yesteryear at Museum of Brisbane and North Stradbroke Island Historical Museum. Redcliffe Museum and Commissariat Store Museum are also respected options.
To learn more about the area's rich and colorful past, make sure you visit at least one of its many remaining historical sites. Start your history tour at Hughesville and QUT Old Government House. When it comes to days of old, the stories are countless. ANZAC Square War Memorial and Naldham House are two more great places to check out.
Story Bridge and Walter Taylor Bridge are impressive examples of engineering excellence that will stand strong well into the future.
Get a sense of the area's military past by heading out and exploring Fort Cowan Cowan and Fort Lytton National Park.
Experience the region's spiritual side and enjoy some quiet contemplation at St. Stephens Cathedral and St. John's Anglican Cathedral. You could also check for guided tours around St. Andrew's Uniting Church or St John’s Cathedral.
This region's most famous sights can overshadow its less touristy, yet equally fascinating attractions. Some great options are Gateway Bridge and State Library of Queensland. If you can squeeze it in, also check out Doomben Racecourse and Scarborough Marina.
Expedia's lodging guide features 255 accommodations in Brisbane, which should make booking a good place to stay in the state capital a breeze.
The Emporium Hotel, at 1000 Ann Street, and the Spicers Balfour Hotel, at 37 Balfour Street are two of the higher-end accommodation options in Brisbane. Book a room at either and you'll be guaranteed to have the nicest guest services in town. Should you find that those two don't fit with your budget and style, the Brisbane Manor Hotel or the Base Brisbane Uptown (Tinbilly) - Hostel are two cheaper spots that may fit the bill.
Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Treasury Casino, Brisbane Botanic Gardens, and Brisbane City Hall. Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre is 1 mi (1.6 km) away.
Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Brisbane Square Library, Queen Street Mall, and Wintergarden.
This family-friendly Brisbane Airport hotel is located near the airport, within 3 mi (5 km) of DFO Brisbane and Doomben Racecourse. Eagle Farm Racecourse and Portside Wharf are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Doomben Racecourse, Eagle Farm Racecourse, and Portside Wharf. Brisbane Cruise Terminal and Eat Street Markets are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Brisbane Private Hospital and Roma Street Parkland. Queen Street Mall and Suncorp Stadium are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Kangaroo Point Cliffs and The Gabba. Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre and Queen Street Mall are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Eagle Street Pier, and Queen Street Mall. Museum of Brisbane is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) away.
Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this luxury hotel is steps from Treasury Casino and Commissariat Store Museum. Queen Street Mall and Museum of Brisbane are also within 10 minutes.