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Tigerair flights to Brisbane leave from Adelaide, Cairns, Darwin, Melbourne & Sydney. Stay in Brissy and enjoy its relaxed atmosphere and cultural diversity.
*All fares are subject to availability and may vary until booking is confirmed. Fares may not be available on all routes and are not available on all flights or days. Prices are based on a one-way economy Light Fare. Light Fares are per person in AUD and include GST. Payments made with credit or debit cards are subject to a card payment fee of between 0.86% and 1.33% per booking. Payments made with Interest Free will attract a booking and service fee which is detailed at point of purchase. Payments made with POLi do not attract a payment fee. Add $35 AUD/ $40 NZD when booking travel by phone. Add $32 AUD when booking travel at the airport. Fares are not refundable under the fare conditions but you may be entitled to a refund under the Australian Consumer Law in certain circumstances. Bookings may be changed by paying the fee and any applicable fare difference in accordance with our conditions of carriage, as published on our website on the day you request your change. For Light Fares, additional charges apply for optional extras such as checked-in baggage travel insurance and reserved seat selection. For current fees, click here.
Brisbane Airport (BNE) is 15km north of the city centre with plenty of ways to get into the city. Travelling between terminals is also possible on the Airtrain which runs every 15-30 minutes.
Enjoy the alfresco outdoor lifestyle of Brisbane City. Brisbane is the capital of Queensland and is the 3rd largest city on the continent. Its super relaxed, young energetic atmosphere makes it one of the most welcoming and culturally diverse places in Australia. So what are you waiting for? Get the scratchpad out and start taking notes.
Taking centre stage along the iconic Brisbane River is Brisbane‘s beating cultural heart, South Bank and the cultural precinct. Explore the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) Queensland Museum and Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC). Closer to the CBD visit the Botanic Gardens or Roma Street Parklands or get a picture perfect view of the city from Brisbane’s highest peak, Mt Coot-tha. Other things to see in the city include watching a rugby league, Aussie rules, cricket or rugby union game at the Gabba or Suncorp Stadium. Cuddle a koala at, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary or simply just enjoying the outdoor lifestyle where you can walk, cycle or citycat along the Brisbane river.
There are lots of events here that people flock to every year. The most well-known festival in the city is the annual Brisbane Festival, which has music, dance, theatre and dance as well as a stunning fireworks finale event for the whole family to enjoy. Every August the Royal Queensland Show, affectionately known as The Ekka showcases the best of Queensland with animal competitions, award-winning food and wine, live entertainment carnival fun and much more. The city is full of culture and exciting things to be a part of; these are just a few of them.
Brisbane's event calendar is over-flowing all year round with everything from home game matches to international sport clashes, community-led art shows to exclusive blockbuster exhibitions, live gigs, music festivals and everything in between. Don’t miss the city’s annual Brisbane Festival full or Queensland’s largest show, The Ekka.
Brisbane’s music scene is alive and kicking. Enjoy Brisbane’s understated music scene at bars and clubs almost every night with the most popular ones being The Hi-Fi, The Tivoli, The Triffid or Lefty’s Old Time Music Bar. There are also a handful of music festivals that take place each year as well as free music throughout the city with local artists at ‘City Sounds’.
Shop till you drop on Queen Street Mall - the central hub for shopping in the city, or head over to James Street, where pint-sized boutiques artistically curate local and international fashion designers. Why not take the shopping outdoors and visit Brisbane’s Jan Power’s Farmers Markets (every Wednesday & Saturday) or Southbank’s Collective Markets (weekends).
One of the best ways to get to know Brisbane through the eyes of a local is through the much loved free Brisbane Greeters Tour. This free public service is a great way to get your bearings of Brisbane and to meet locals who love living here so much that they want to introduce you to their city, and share their insider tips. You can also experience the jewels of the Brisbane region and visit Moreton Island and Stradbroke Islands. Both easily accessible via ferry or an easy drive from Brisbane CBD. Known for beaches, surfing, sand, and underwater activities (snorkelling, dolphin feeding).
Let your tastebuds run wild through Brisbane. Visit the infamous Eagle Street Pier because if you like waterfront views with your unforgettable food and drinks, this is the place to be. You can also visit Eat Street Markets every Friday, Saturday, Sunday the former wharves of Hamilton come to life with a host of brightly coloured shipping containers, which have been transformed into mini-commercial kitchens, each serving cuisine from around the world.
Brisbane is a big city with boatloads of culture and never-ending opportunities to dine, sight-see, and relax. You’ll have so much fun here, you may want to extend your stay. We offer low cost flights from Adelaide, Sydney, Cairns, Darwin, Canberra and Melbourne all year round and with our lowest fares available at off peak times you may want to consider extending your stay to longer than a weekend.