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Launceston(LST) ⇒ Brisbane(BNE)
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Launceston(LST) ⇒ Brisbane(BNE)
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Brisbane is the capital city of Queensland, a state in Australia. The new- world city is located on the Brisbane River and is the third-largest city of Australia. Brisbane is a famous tourist destination both for domestic and international visitors due to its year-round warm climate, beautiful natural beauty and vibrant culture. It’s youthful enthusiasm and laid back attitude also charms the visitors. Brisbane is the fastest-growing city in Australia due to its rapid growth and development.
Tip: Popular months to visit are June to August and December to January.
Getting to Brisbane
Brisbane Airport (BNE) is the principal international airport of Brisbane and South East Queensland. It is the third busiest domestic airport of Australia, serving millions of passengers. There are several flights from Launceston to Brisbane. For a direct flight to Brisbane see flights by Jetstar airlines. For options of a cheap flight from Launceston see flights by Qantas Airlines and Virgin Australia Airlines.
Tip: Book tickets well in advance if travelling in September when the famous Brisbane Festival takes place to get the best prices and discounts.
What to see in Brisbane?
Brisbane, with its stylish galleries, picture sequence beaches, cool-climate vineyards and the laid back vibe is a tourists delight. Art lovers should visit the South bank precinct for the Queensland Museum, Sceiencecentre and Queensland Gallery of Modern Art. The Queensland Gallery of Modern Art is one of the major contemporary art museums in Australia.
Adventure seekers love Mt.Coot-tha, and it is a favourite hiking spot for both locals and tourists. It is also the site of the beautiful Brisbane Botanic Gardens. The Roma Street Parkland is another tourist hotspot. This subtropical garden has numerous native and endangered plants in its parkland.
Take a leisurely ferry ride in the Brisbane river and enjoy the view of the modern skyscrapers along the winding river. Nature-lovers should visit the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, where they can hold the koalas or hand-feed the kangaroos. North Stradbroke Island in the Moreton Bay, is the home of an Aboriginal settlement and has a former convict station and shipwreck site. The Moreton Bay is a popular spot to spot parades of whales, dolphins and turtles.
Tip: Commuting by foot in Brisbane is very convenient. Though to enjoy the river and visit the riverside suburbs enjoy the CityFerry and CityCat / catamarans service.
Shop and Dine in Brisbane :
Brisbane, like its people and culture, has a vibrant shopping and dining scene. The most famous shopping destination is the Queen Street Mall in the central business district and Adelaide Street. Elizabeth Street Arcade is renowned for designer boutiques and many Asian food joints. James Street, located in Fortitude Valley and New Farm, is famous for its restaurants and cafes. Visit the Granite belt for small eateries and artisan food producers. Most of the budget and multicuisine restaurants and eateries are found in Redcliffe, Crows Nest and Manly.
Tip: Visit the nearby city of Toowoomba for reputable cafes and restaurants with a backdrop of heritage architecture and beautiful gardens.
There are many Launceston to Brisbane flights all day long. Hence, you should customise your search to get the cheapest prices based on your travel dates. If you are on a budget, combine your Launceston-Brisbane flight bookingwith discount hotel reservations for great deals.
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