Where to stay in Brisbane
From state-of-the-art shopping centres to heritage-listed landmarks, Brisbane's city centre is chock-full of things to see and do. And with plenty of public transport available throughout the day and night, the CBD is the perfect starting point for your daily adventures.
Home to some of Brisbane's best restaurants, South Bank is a hotspot for foodies from far and wide. For local flavours, grab a bite to eat from one of the trendy cafés in West End or, to have the best of the season brought to you, book a table at one of the chic riverside restaurants.
Locally known as Brisbane's Little Italy, New Farm offers a refreshing change of pace from the CBD. Still keen to explore the city centre? This riverside suburb has a speedy ferry service, so you can get to and from South Bank in a flash.
Brisbane's number one hangout for hipsters, Fortitude Valley is where you'll find some of the city's best bars and nightclubs. And with plenty of cafés along Bakery Lane, it's easy to grab a coffee and a bite to eat after a big night out.