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Brisbane, Australia Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 212
Total Sleeping Rooms 17,047
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 433
Committable Meeting Rooms* 90
Convention Center Space 551,220 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 200,000 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Ballroom 50,400 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate AUD $227
Average Daily Meal Cost AUD $140
Average Weekly Car Rental AUD $182
*Maximum for a single hotel

Brisbane, Australia Things to Do and Attractions

Queensland Museum

Linking the past, present, and future, the Queensland Museum explores natural history, cultural history, science, and human achievement. The museum features permanent and changing exhibitions, as well as early childhood activities and education

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South Bank

In South Bank, visitors are never more than a hop, skip, or jump away from culture, entertainment, fine dining, and relaxation. Set along the southern banks of the Brisbane River, this hot spot stretches from the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of

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Fortitude Valley

Fortitude Valley, also known as The Valley, is a culturally rich and eclectic suburb just northeast of central Brisbane. The Valley is a melting pot of Brisbane's best shopping, food, music, and art and boasts the impressive Chinatown Mall, a

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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

Founded in 1927, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is located in a beautiful natural setting a short drive from the central business district. The world's first and largest koala sanctuary, it is also one of the only sanctuaries where visitors are allowed to

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Housed on the first level of the Queensland Museum, Sciencentre is at the cutting edge of hands-on science-based exhibitions. Check out the Body Zone, where kids can jump on a bike and see how their joints work as they ride tandem with a skeleton, or

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Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium

Located on the grounds of the Brisbane Botanic Garden and opened in 1978, the planetarium was named after Sir Thomas Brisbane, governor of New South Wales in the early 1920s, who was an avid astronomer; in fact, he was one of the first to map the

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City Botanic Gardens

Covering nearly 50 acres of land in the heart of the city and nuzzled peacefully in one of the Brisbane River's great loops, the City Botanical Gardens is an oasis of gardens and lawns that cover the slopes below Parliament House and the Old

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Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens and Reserve

Mount Coot-tha has many great outdoor attractions, including a lookout with a bird's eye view over the city; numerous bush walks, one of which includes an art display by some local aboriginal artists; and a 3,706-acre reserve of natural bushland. The

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Streets Beach

As astonishing as it seems to have a beach in the middle of a city, Brisbane's man-made Streets Beach is a complete hit with visitors and locals alike. The lagoon, which was completed in 1992, provides a welcome spot for over nine million visitors

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Riverside Market

Boasting beautiful river views, the Riverside Centre hosts the Riverside Market every Sunday. Welcoming and vibrant, the market has been running for more than 20 years, with many of the original marketers still braving the early morning start to ply

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Queensland Performing Arts Centre

Located in the cultural heart of Brisbane, the Queensland Performing Arts Centre welcomes more than one million visitors each year to its 1,200 annual performances. Attracting many international acts, the centre's Lyric Theatre is the main venue for

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Brisbane Powerhouse

An important hub of theater, movies, music, comedy, visual arts, and festivals, as well as a prime dining and meetings venue, the Brisbane Powerhouse is Brisbane's impressive homage to the arts. The Powerhouse started life as a power station but fell

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Cru Bar + Cellar

Cru Bar and Cellar in Fortitude Valley is an absolute must for any wine aficionado. Serving modern Australian fare, the restaurant houses an extensive wine cellar and sleek interior with an antique Baccarat crystal chandelier and onyx-topped bar. Cru

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E'cco Bistro

Heralded as one of the finest restaurants in the state, the award-winning E'cco Bistro is a former historic tea house and current cozy bistro serving contemporary cuisine. E'cco Bistro serves lunch Thursday and Friday from noon to 2:30 pm and dinner

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Located in the funky suburb of Paddington, this distinctive French brasserie will transport diners straight to France. Montrachet is open Monday through Thursday from noon to 3:00 pm, 6:00 pm to 8:25 pm, and 8:30 pm to late; and Friday from noon to

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