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Visit Brisbane

Brisbane is famous for its idyllic weather all year round, making it a leading destination for major events.

From exploring the arts, dining precincts and shopping havens to soaking up the sunshine in the many parks or inner city beach, the clear blue skies encourage exploration of the city.   

A series of well-planned paths and bridges connect the city centre to urban villages which nestle the river’s edge. They each have their own distinct personality to discover, bursting with shopping precincts, cafes and restaurants.

What visitors notice most is Brisbane’s easy-going attitude and much-envied lifestyle, so it’s no wonder it was voted as one of the most liveable cities in Australia.

For more information download the Brisbane Visitor Guide.



Public Transport


The main taxi companies operating in Brisbane are Black and White Cabs (ph. 13 32 22) and Yellow Cabs (ph. 13 19 24). There are taxi zones located outside Rydges Fortitude Valley and The George Bar and Bistro on King Street.


Rideshare apps, such as Uber and GoCatch, enable you to connect with a ride. The driver will pick you up from your selected location and payment is cashless.


Bowen Hills and Fortitude Valley railway stations are less than a 10 minute walk from the Brisbane Showgrounds.

For further information visit the TransLink website or phone 13 12 30. 


Buses access the streets surrounding the Brisbane Showgrounds regularly.

You can also choose to ride the CityGlider buses, which provide high-frequency transport from West End to Teneriffe and Ashgrove to Stones Corner, while the free City Loop bus service is perfect for exploring the CBD. 

For further information visit the TransLink website or phone 13 12 30.

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