Brisbane & Surrounds
Brisbane is Australia's new world city, an exciting hub of
bustling unique precincts. With a population of two million people
it is a leading destination for major events, international
education, business and investment driven by innovation all while
maintaining an easy-going attitude and a much-envied lifestyle.
Clear blue skies and sunshine encourage exploration of the well
planned series of paths and bridges connecting the city centre to
urban villages that nestle the river's edge. Each urban village has
its own distinct personality bursting with shopping precincts,
cafes and restaurants. We invite you to explore these pages and
plan your next adventure in Brisbane.
Things to do
If you have some extra time to spend in our diverse city, please
check out the links below for ideas.
Best in Five Days
Take the opportunity to indulge and explore Brisbane's diverse
array of leisure and cultural attractions in one through to five
Visit Brisbane Website
Traveling to Australia
All travellers other than Australian and New Zealand citizens need
to present the following documents to officers in immigration
- a valid passport or other acceptable travel document
- a valid visa or authority to enter Australia (including
- a completed and signed Incoming Passenger Card, including
health and character declaration.
Anyone who arrives without a valid travel document, visa or
authority to enter Australia, may be refused entry to Australia or
delayed until their identity and claims to enter Australia have
For further information please see http://www.immi.gov.au/Visit/Pages/Visit.aspx
The electrical current in in Australia is 230V 50Hz. Travellers
from most nations in Asia, Africa and Europe should have appliances
that work on the same mains voltage as Australia.
It is advisable to purchase a universal adapter prior to your
departure. Further information can be found at this link http://www.tripadvisor.com.au/Travel-g255055-c120179/Australia:Power.And.Appliances.html
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