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Brisbane is the capital and third largest city of Queensland, Australia. Over the years the city developed from humble beginnings being a penal colony for British society’s rejects into a lively and active cosmopolitan city of one and a half million people. It has become famous for its wonderfully temperate climate with near-perfect temperatures all year round. Its close proximity to the major tourist destinations of Queensland has helped turn it into a proverbial Mecca for visitors.
Today Brisbane is a stunning bright and modern city under a heavenly blue sky. The combination of fun and sun is the main appeal for tourists, but the city also has a lot to offer in the way of beautiful riverside parks, a buzzing street cafe scene, excellent nightlife, and a busy calendar that includes international sporting events. Brisbane City, known as the arts capital of Queensland, has several remarkable museums, galleries, cinemas, theaters, and concert halls.
The white sands and blue waters of the many beaches beckon sun worshipers and surf enthusiasts alike and there are many venues to keep the children busy. The Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is home to a variety of wildlife including possums, kangaroos, emus, wombats, lyrebirds, and over one hundred tree-hugging koalas.
Situated in southern Queensland, Brisbane enjoys summers that are slightly drier than those of the tropical north. With the temperatures remaining in the ballpark of 20°C, the beaches and surf remain popular even in winter. The best time to visit Brisbane is in the winter when the rainfall is low and the temperatures are pleasantly cool.
The best part of living in the capital of Queensland is that there is always something to do with many of Australia’s best tourist activities virtually on your doorstep. You can view the city’s skyline from the Mount Coot-tha Lookout with amazing panoramic views stretching all the way to fabulous Moreton Bay; grab a bargain at the Valley Markets held every weekend in Fortitude Valley offering everything from organic produce to stunning handmade accessories; stop by the foreshores of Manly, Shorncliffe or Wynnum for a picnic or barbecue; or just take in the beauty of the marina with its luxurious yachts.
And if you get hungry, Brisbane is full of great places to eat with prices to suit all budgets. Get yourself to Getta, the hamburger joint that has earned a reputation for making the best burgers in Brisbane or down to the South Bank with its many restaurants and cafes.