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This area of Queensland contains about 2,200,000 residents.
Hang out with the kids at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and the Wheel of Brisbane. The RNA Showgrounds and Settlement Cove Lagoon are also worth visiting if you're looking for more ways to keep little ones busy.
Housed in habitats along the pathways of the Australia Zoo and Daisy Hill Koala Centre, a wide variety of critters will keep you entertained for hours on end.
Spend an afternoon learning all about the fine art of brewing at one of the area's brewhouses. Both the Castlemaine Perkins Brewery and the XXXX Brewery make for quite the refreshing day of sightseeing.
Meet some fellow motorsports fans, admire the vehicles and enjoy all the tire-squealing action as local racing heroes battle it out for a place on the podium at the Queensland Raceway and the Willowbank Raceway.
Enjoy a superb day out with your buddies at the Sirromet Wines, the Kooroomba Vineyards and Lavender Farm or the Paradine Estate Winery. Explore the vine rows and barrel rooms, sample their best blends and maybe buy a few bottles of your favorite.
On the hunt for a bit of late-night excitement? Try out your poker face at the Treasury Casino, a fast-paced venue where the action never stops.
Admire the variety of plants on display when you visit the Brisbane Botanic Gardens and the Redcliffe Botanic Gardens. Many also enjoy wandering around the Mt Coot-Tha Gardens and Sherwood Arboretum.
Pack a picnic basket and enjoy some time to yourself in the tranquil surroundings of Roma Street Parkland and Blue Lagoon. Davies Park and Blue Lake National Park are two more nice places to while away a lazy afternoon over a good book.
Go for a hike and enjoy the mirror-like water at Mount Hypipamee Crater and Oxley Creek Common. If the weather is nice, you might even like to lose your shoes and dip your feet in the shallows.
Make sure you take an afternoon to experience the picturesque stretches of surrounding coastline, such as Sutton's Beach and Cylinder Beach. Frenchmans Beach and Deadmans Beach are also well-loved.
Need to get away from the bustle of the city? Head out on an adventure to Kangaroo Point Cliffs and Brisbane Forest Park. Glasshouse Mountains National Park and Moreton Island National Park are also recommended by nature-loving locals.
Schedule a visit to some of the popular exhibition spaces nearby. Enjoy the contemplative atmosphere as you check out the unique collections at Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium and the Queensland Art Gallery. The Queensland Museum and the Gallery of Modern Art are also worth looking at.
Find your sea legs at the Queensland Maritime Museum, the main nautical history museum in the area.
You don't have to be Bill Nye the Science Guy to enjoy the scientific inventions and innovations presented at the Queensland Museum and Sciencentre.
The wonderful specimens at the UQ Anthropology Museum aren't simply heaps of fun to look at. They also play a vital role in helping us understand the natural world.
Want to see some art? You'll find galleries of all varieties here. Pop in to the Institute of Modern Art and the Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology for some great examples of what this creative destination has to offer. Afterwards, if you still have some energy left in the tank, wind up your afternoon at the QUT Art Museum and the Footsteps Gallery.
The past comes to life at the Museum of Brisbane and the North Stradbroke Island Historical Museum thanks to their excellent range of thoughtful displays. Do you like the sound of those? Continue your explorations at the Redcliffe Museum and the Commissariat Store Museum.
Hughesville and QUT Old Government House are certainly worth paying a visit to, even if history isn't your forte. You might also like to pull out the camera for some photos at the ANZAC Square War Memorial and the Naldham House.
Story Bridge and Walter Taylor Bridge are grand old examples of engineering excellence that will survive for years to come.
In troubled times, Fort Cowan Cowan and Fort Lytton National Park played a huge role in defending Brisbane from outside attacks. If you have an interest in the military history of the region, their dusty old walls have plenty of tales to tell.
Learn about the region's spiritual side and take in the peaceful atmosphere at St. Stephens Cathedral and St. John's Anglican Cathedral. St. Andrew's Uniting Church and St John’s Cathedral are also popular religious sites.
Before you pack your bags and head home, make sure you stop by some of the lesser-known attractions here. Two great places to start with are Gateway Bridge and the State Library of Queensland. If you have more time to spare, also check out the Doomben Racecourse and Scarborough Marina.
The state capital of Queensland boasts a broad range of convenient hotels and other accommodations. There are 304 Brisbane accommodation listings on Expedia's lodging guide.
Visitors who enjoy the finer things in life will be sure to enjoy the Emporium Hotel, at 1000 Ann Street, and the Spicers Balfour Hotel, at 37 Balfour Street. If you want to see what the budget options are like, the Brisbane Manor Hotel, at 555 Gregory Terrace, and the Base Brisbane Uptown (Tinbilly) - Hostel, at 466 George Street, are worth looking into too.
Situated in Brisbane Airport, this hotel is close to Nudgee Golf Club, Fort Lytton National Park, and DFO Brisbane. Area attractions also include Doomben Racecourse and Brisbane Entertainment Centre.
Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this luxury aparthotel is within a 10-minute walk of Queensland Police Museum, City Hall Clock Tower, and Brisbane City Hall. Roma Street Parkland and Brisbane Private Hospital are also within 15 minutes.
Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this luxury apartment building is within a 5-minute walk of Queen Street Mall and Brisbane Botanic Gardens. Museum of Brisbane and King George Square are also within 10 minutes.
A 10-minute walk from the Central Business District, this hotel is next to the Brisbane Convention Centre and across from the South Bank Parklands. The Queensland Performing Arts Centre is 0.3 km away.
Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Story Bridge and The Gabba. Lady Cilento Children's Hospital and Eagle Street Pier are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Eagle Street Pier, and Queen Street Mall. Museum of Brisbane is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) away.
This family-friendly Brisbane hotel is located in the entertainment district, within a 10-minute walk of Brisbane City Hall, Queen Street Mall, and Roma Street Parkland. Suncorp Stadium and Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre are also within 1 mi (2 km).
This family-friendly Brisbane Airport hotel is located near the airport, 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from Doomben Racecourse, and within 6 mi (10 km) of Portside Wharf and Eat Street Markets. Emporium and Westfield Chermside are also within 6 mi (10 km).