3/5 - Okay
Verified travelerJan 5, 2020
It was fine. A smaller airport than Sydney so not as hectic and confusing, but still just an airport with all related traffic
Reviewed on 16 Jan. 2020
Reviewed on 16 Jan. 2020
Brisbane’s premier shopping destination houses bars, restaurants and shops of all descriptions in its 40,000 square metres of retail space.
Escape to this inner-city oasis right in the heart of Brisbane.
Take a cosmic adventure with an enormous star projector, real artifacts from space missions and an observatory housed in Brisbane’s first planetarium.
Swim in the sparkling water of an inner-city beach, stroll through lush gardens and taste gourmet gelato all while staying close to Brisbane’s busy downtown area.
Tropical rainforest, temperate wetlands and rolling savannah are home to some of the world’s most amazing plants and flowers in Brisbane Botanic Gardens.
Cuddle up close with Australia's most iconic wildlife at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary.
Recharge before your flight with a 6-hour pass to the Plaza Premium Lounge at Brisbane International Airport. Partake in a luxurious experience providing comfort, convenience, and award-winning services regardless of what airline or class you travel.
Take a scenic tour through the history of Brisbane and the unique wildlife of Australia with 4 days in Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast. Meet the animals at Australia Zoo, made famous by the legendary Steve Irwin, and admire the distinctive Glass House Mountains.
Spend a day at Brisbane's Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary; the world's first and largest koala sanctuary. Meet 130 koalas and 100 species of other Australian native animals, all in beautiful, natural settings.
Explore Brisbane's neighbors, Noosa and the Sunshine Coast, on this full-day tour. See the beautiful coastline of Noosa Heads, spend time at the famous Hastings Street, enjoy a scenic ferry ride on the Noosa River, and marvel at the breathtaking Glass House Mountains.
Spend a day in the paradise of Moreton Island, where you can enjoy one of the most spectacular spots off the Australian coast. Relax on the golden beaches, take to the water for some incredible views on a transparent kayak or paddleboard, or ride a toboggan down the island's dunes.
Surfers Paradise is a major suburb located in the city of Gold Coast, Queensland. The area is colloquially called Surfers and is home to multiple high rise apartments in addition to a wide and beautiful surf beach.
Verified travelerNov 27, 2019
The food options at breakfast was Poor and expensive. Make sure you eat before you arrive. Particularly if you are family.