Brisbane enjoys a subtropical climate with hot, humid, rainy summers and cool to warm, dry winters. From white sandy beaches to tropical rainforests, Brisbane is one of the most beautiful and relaxed cities in Australia. It has one of the world’s most agreeable climates, with an average 300 days of the year consisting of clear blue skies and warm temperatures.
Brisbane’s location allows for day trips to the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast and numerous national parks and bushwalking tracks. Aside from the city’s architectural landmarks such as the 1920s City Hall and the Treasury Building’s graceful colonnades, Brisbane’s major attractions are outdoors. Cool down under a canopy of subtropical foliage at the Brisbane Botanic Gardens. Gaze at contemporary art at the gallery of Modern Art (GOMA), dinosaurs at the Queensland Museum, and skyscrapers from the gently revolving wheel of Brisbane and make sure to fill the cuteness quota at the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, home to koalas and kangaroos.
Brisbane Technology Park
7 & 8 Clunies Ross Court,
Eight Mile Plains QLD 4113