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Brisbane is bursting with things to do. Queensland capital is sexy and sophisticated, diverse and full of life. Visitors boarding flights to Brisbane are on their way to great food, great wine, and the best in arts and entertainment. It’s hard to imagine a city with this much energy is also home to a quiet beaches and rainforests.

In the heart of Brisbane, tourists will find a mix of old and new – colonial buildings stand next to glass towers, and local beer gardens look out to the city’s botanical gardens. Brisbane is flanked by islands to the east and mountains to the west offering travelers the best of both worlds in one city.

Travelers booking flights to Brisbane will be delighted by the endless options available and at decent prices, too. Food, accommodations and entertainment are affordable to even the most budget-conscience travel.

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Brisbane climate

The Pacific location between the Gold coast and the Sunshine coast swaps seasons with what the United States is used to. Your cheap flight to Brisbane will settle you on the east coast of Australia in a cozy subtropical climate in opposition to ours. Daily average temperatures are between 70 and 80 degrees.

Best Time to Fly to Brisbane

Peak Season: December through February serve as Australia’s summer time, with the highest temperatures rooting in January at around 84 degrees. Although rainfall is at its highest point, your travel to Brisbane won’t be hindered by downpour or drizzle, because showers quickly clear up and give way to sunshine.

Off-peak Season: June through August become milder in the winter months with temperatures ranging from high 60’s to low 70’s. But luckily as temperatures drop, so does the rainfall, making your Brisbane flight an easy one, no matter what the season.

Getting around Brisbane

Brisbane is a lovely city to walk in, especially with the 13-mile floating River Walk that includes paths, roads, bridges and parks along the Brisbane River. When your feet get tired, bike along the river on a track running from the City Botanic Gardens to the University of Queensland. You can also get around on the network of trains, buses and ferries operated by TransLink. Suburban rail is quick and efficient and the ferries stop at many interesting sights. Buses run regularly on weekdays, but you may have to wait a bit longer on the weekend. If you rent a car, you’ll most likely be able to park at your hotel or motel for free. Plan your route ahead of time so you can manage Brisbane’s one-way streets better. You can find taxis at stands located outside the Treasury on George Street, on Edward Street and at either end of Queen Street Mall.

Brisbane Travel Information

  • Botanic Gardens: The naturally elegant botanical gardens have four main attractions – Bamboo Grove, Weeping Fig Avenue, Mangrove Boardwalk, and River Stage make this place a find. In Bamboo Grove, 23 species of bamboo co-exist to commemorate the vast amount lost in 1937. Weeping Fig Avenue, established in the 1870’s serves as a beautifully organic barrier between the gardens and Queens Park. Stroll the 380 acres of Mangrove Boardwalk to experience an environmental design. The boardwalk itself is literally stuck in the mud, relying solely on the mud’s suction to keep it in place. River Stage, a place known to draw thousands of people for concerts is a sure spot to make your travel to Brisbane a memorable one.
  • Queen Street: A shopper’s paradise, The Queen Street Mall is impressive my sheer numbers alone. Forty-five cafes and restaurants, 600 shops, and two cinemas make it the perfect place to indulge on what you saved from your cheap flight to Brisbane. With all the there is to offer, it’s no wonder the center is deemed as Brisbane’s retail and entertainment hub.

    Treasury Casino: Energize your travel to Brisbane by packing a punch with a full day between the Queen Street Mall and a night at the Treasure Casino, right around the corner on George Street. The 19th century building houses 1,100 game machines, 100 tables, five restaurants, and seven bars filled with live bands jamming on a nightly basis. Open 24 hours a day, this find is worth the fortune.
  • South Bank: Looking for a unique niche to add to your Brisbane travel roster? Start on the South Bank, where beach meets boutique. Little Stanley Street overflows with decadent multi-cultural al fresco dining, shops, and weekend craft markets to get lost in. If the heat hits, walk over to the man made beach, stretch out on the imported white sand, and relax.

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Airport Overview

Brisbane International Airport (BNE) has a big job to do, since it’s the only airport serving this city, a key portal to Australia’s famed Gold Coast. The sprawling airport – 9 miles (15km) from Brisbane - is laid out in a line stretching several miles from the Domestic Terminal to the Airport Village complex, with all terminal buildings connected by indispensable shuttle and rail services.

Flights to Brisbane International Airport are available from cities all over Australia, New Zealand and Asia, with additional service to several cities in the US, including Los Angeles. The most popular routes though, are the near-daily flights to Sydney, Melbourne, and Cairns.

Passengers flying into Brisbane will find it a welcoming introduction to Queensland, and a convenient gateway to the sunny beaches and sparkling waves of the Gold Coast.

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Useful information about Brisbane International

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Avg temp for this month inBrisbane International75.4 °FSource: World Weather Online
Average monthly rainfall inBrisbane International1.12 inSource: World Weather Online
Currency exchange rate inBrisbane InternationalAU$1.00 = $0.90Source: Oanda
Airlines that fly toBrisbane InternationalDelta Air Lines, British Airways and Emirates
Available deals toBrisbane International927
Advertisers with deals toBrisbane International5

 How much do things cost in Brisbane?

  • Small bottle of water (0.33 liter): $2.24
  • Imported beer (0.33 liter): $6.33
  • Local draught beer (0.5 liter): $5.42
  • Gasoline: $6.36
  • Large bottle of water: $2.10
  • Pack of Marlboro cigarettes: $18.08
  • 3 course meal for 2: $63.29
  • Pair of Nike shoes: $120.38
  • 1 bedroom apartment downtown: $1628.42
  • One-way ticket (local transport): $4.52
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