Brisbane, Queensland capital, sits on the Brisbane River. You can explore this city by taking a cruise of the river. Or just stroll through the beautiful parks and outdoor spaces, each scene shares a different, enthralling story.

Famous for its all year-round sunny weather, riverside gardens and man-made beaches. Its coastline is dotted with idyllic islands like Moreton Island, the third largest sand island in the world and North Stradbroke Island.

Hosting dynamic arts events, Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of modern Art, live music at The Triffid and Leftys old time music hall. Apart from the city lights,

There are many restaurants serving different cuisine. From fine dining restaurants to takeaways and eateries, they have a vast range of delicacies to offer its tourists. Southbank being a popular location where you can relish your soul with the exotic taste of various cuisines.

Some of the must-visit tourist spots in Brisbane also include the Story Bridge, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane River..

Travel Brisbane, you will find that the Brisbane destinations are very varied and have great appeal for the visitor. Spectacularly draped around Brisbane is its suburbs which are  like no other City. suburbs

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Cairns Far North Queensland Australia

Cairns Far North Queensland As you will discover, Cairns Far North Queensland Australia is the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and the tropical rainforest. Cairns and the surrounding region has splendor beaches, like At Palm Cove and Trinity Beach.

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Surfers Paradise Queensland

Gold Coast – Queensland

Sun and Sea, visit Queensland Australia Gold Coast If you like sun and sand, then you will enjoy this destination of Gold Coast Queensland. Gold Coast – Queensland travel destination has set the scene for blockbuster movies and world-class surf

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What's On in Brisbane

Whats on,  Hobart has a number Events and live events and festivals all year round. Therefore, why not Indulge in epic food, wine or cultural festivals, watch one of its major events or while night away at music festivals.. Whats-On, Whatever you love to do, participate Aussie style by browsing the calendar in our Bulletin of Events. 

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Melbourne Winter Masterpieces

National Gallery of Victoria 180 St. Kilda Road, Melbourne

The Picasso Century The Melbourne Winter Masterpieces is an annual series of major exhibitions held over 100 days in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Exhibits are sourced from galleries and institutions from around the world, and exhibited at Melbourne Museum, National Gallery of Victoria and Australian Centre for the Moving […]

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Caulfield Cup

Caulfield Racecourse Gate 22 Station Street, Caulfield, Melbourne, VIctoria

The nation will come to a virtual standstill as millions of people tune in to watch the drama unfold in the Caulfield Cup. It is usually a stepping stone for the Melbourne Cup with horses that can do the double […]

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Australian Open Tennis Grand Slam

Rod Laver Arena Olympic Boulevard, Melbourne, Victoria

Australian Open Tennis Grand Slam has been played at Melbourne Park when it officially opened in 1988. With the first tennis ball hit in January  Previously known as 'Flinders Park' or the 'National Tennis Centre. Melbourne Park's primary arena (Centre Court) was […]

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