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Where to stay near Brisbane Central Business District

Exploring Brisbane CBD

The Brisbane CBD is one of the major business hubs in Australia. It contains many tall office buildings occupied by organisations, businesses and all three levels of government that have emerged into a number of precincts. The areas around the Queen Street Mall and Adelaide Street is primarily a retail precinct that attracts many visitors.


Accommodations near Brisbane CBD

There is a range of options for all travelers. At the city center, you can find everything from bustling family hotels to luxury boutiques. Expect to find amenities like fitness centers, outdoor swimming pool and Wifi. The most popular hotel in Brisbane is the Brisbane City Apartments (Central Station), which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Bostonian Apartment in Brisbane as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing near Brisbane CBD

- Museum of Brisbane


Originally located on the ground floor and in the basement, the Museum of Brisbane has now moved to a purpose-built location on the rooftop. The museum is a must-see for tourists thanks to its fascinating exhibitions chronicling the city's culture and heritage. For great vistas of downtown Brisbane, check out the viewing platform on the top of the tower clock.


- ANZAC Square War Memorial


Closeby, you will also find Anzac Square; a state memorial to the men and women of Queensland who took part in wars from the Boer War up until the Vietnam War and other campaigns in Asia.


Transportation near Brisbane CBD

Brisbane has an extensive and well-run public transport system consisting of a range of public and private bus, and suburban train and ferry services. In fact, the city centre is small enough that many of the landmarks and tourist attractions can easily be reached on foot. CityCat, a high-speed ferry service, is practical for getting to spots along the river and offers great views of the city. With its well-maintained network of bicycle paths, Brisbane is a great destination to explore on two wheels.


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