Tuesday, 20 March 2018

A budget friendly trip to Brisbane

Shedding the tag of poor cousin of Sydney and Melbourne, Brisbane the sleepy city has stirred from its slumber and is fastly emerging as one of the most desirable destinations of Australia. Flocked by large number of visitors from every corner, Brisbane the third largest city of Australia is a sleek cosmopolitan city competes with world -class art galleries, booming cultural scene, fabulous café culture which still retains its laid-back easy going attitude of a small community.



Plan your Brisbane holidays and laze in lush gardens of South Bank, indulge in Brisbane shopping scene, enjoy day trips to Sandy Moreton Island or take adventure to different heights at Brisbane River are few among many that you can enjoy on your Brisbane holiday trip. So no more wait when so much adventure and thrill is just waiting for you. Just book low fare flight tickets to Brisbane from London and enjoy one of the most memorable and happening holiday trip of your life.

Queensland is second largest mainland state of Australia and Brisbane is its happening capital which is also known as Sunshine City. It is really difficult to imagine that a thriving city like Brisbane could also be affordable. There are lots of things that you can do over here well within your budget and that make it even greater.

Visit GOMA:- The Gallery of Modern Art is one of the exciting art galleries of city to visit. It is one of the most innovative artistic spaces of Brisbane with world class exhibitions as well as contemporary indigenous and non-indigenous collections. Perched on banks of River Brisbane, this building alone is an art form which is worth visit.

Catch City Cat Ferries:- If you want to explore and experience Brisbane in most cheapest and most pleasant way then board on city Cat Ferries. You can hop on and off along the way or stay on for entire journey which takes one hour and seven minutes and takes you to University of Queensland, South Bank, New Farm, Hawthorne Buliba and on the Brett’s Wharf. Brisbane is indeed a buzzing city of cultural flavors that you just can’t afford to miss.

Fun loaded South Bank:- South Bank is loaded with so many free activities that you feel confused where to start from. In this iconic parkland of Brisbane you can enjoy indulge in yoga to dance classes, aqua activities in its 2 km long stretch of green space. Street Beach is Brisbane’s only inner city beach where you can lounge on sand or watch a free movie. It is a perfect place to feel relaxed and watch the world go by or just enjoy a picnic with family or friends.

Gabba Cricket Ground:- Brisbane is a home to Gabba Cricket Ground where with a nominal fee you can book a tour of this venue. If you don’t have any interest in cricket then strolls to nearby Logan Road and check out cafes and shops housed in old style buildings which are stacked with all sorts of strings and things. So plan your holiday trip to this beautiful city by booking business class flights to Brisbane and enjoy a memorable holiday trip.

City Botanic Garden:- When Brisbane’s office workers wish to take a break then they head towards City Botanic Garden to recharge their batteries and feel rejuvenated. Highlights of this park include its Mangrove Boardwalk, where you can see Queensland’s animals and plants come to life. Experience 23 different species of bamboo in the Bamboo Grove or just stroll through Weeping Fig Avenue and feel relaxed.

Eclectic Art:- Art lovers , head to Fortitude Valley and the city for a visit to Brisbane’s two most eclectic experiences. The Institute of Modern Art which is Brisbane’s first and Australia’s second modern art space focuses on sound, art, moving images and music. Other venue to visit is Metro Arts space which is a vibrant blend of theatres, galleries, studios and rehearsal space. Both are just super cool places to hang around.

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