Published: 17 July 2013 by: Nicole Deuble

Southbank by night by Tourism Queensland

 

Queensland’s capital just gets better and better. There’s a reason Brisbane International Airport is amongst the busiest in the country – global travellers are discovering this subtropical capital, not just as a gateway to the coasts or North Queensland but as a vibrant yet relaxed shopping and dining destination. And despite its new-found sophistication, Brisbane still has jaw-dropping natural beauty right on the doorstep.

 

Here are a few hot tips from those of us lucky enough to call Brisbane home...

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