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Brisbane The River City

The city of Brisbane on Queensland's east coast of Australia is a fantastic place to visit. The weather is consistantly beautiful, the river provides energy to an economically strong and growing population and the city has everything in it that residents or visitors could possibly want.

Having travelled the world i believe Brisbane offers the vibrancy to rival Seattle, the climate better than LA, the visual beauty of San Francisco, a culinary range that aspires to Paris and a positive economic future that is not far behind Silicon Valley.

Brisbane is an alfresco city, where every opportunity is taken to spend time outdoors. Walking,biking,dining,running,playing sport and barbecuing as close to the river as you can get.

10 Best Things to do in Brisbane During Winter

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There are so many things to do in Brisbane not just for visitors but for the
local folks as well. When visiting Brisbane, make sure you include a trip to
Mt Coot-tha. This is a breathtakingly great way to see
the entire Brisbane city. Similarly, you can get a great view of the Gold
Coast by taking about a 30 minute drive from the city to Mount Tamborine.
Take a quick visit to the Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha and enjoy
themed gardens and the Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium. This is a definite
relaxing but enriching experience. A visit to the Maritime Museum is also a
great way to experience Brisbane’s history.

Check out the largest and oldest koala sanctuary in the world located in
Brisbane. The Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary was founded in 1927 and is
considered one of the Top 10 Zoos in the world so it is a definite must-see.

Because Brisbane enjoys a subtropical climate, winters are still a great
season to enjoy your much-loved sports activities and even a short stay in
Brisbane during this season allows you to do just that dive, jet ski, swim
and enjoy Brisbane’s water sports to your heart’s content regardless of
season. In fact, winter in Brisbane is a great time to enjoy biking or a jog
in the park without breaking much of a sweat.

Don’t forget a trip on the Brisbane River too – a journey to enjoy the city.

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