Brisbane City Hall is located in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, adjacent to King Georges Square. The architecture is combined with the Pantheon of Rome and the St. Marco Bell Tower in Venice and is considered one of the best buildings in Brisbane. After the death of King George V in Britain in 1936, the square was renamed King George Square in honor of the King. Bronze lion sculpture, "guarding" the entrance to King George Square in Brisbane City Hall, where the statue of King George V stands.
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Brisbane Town Hall, located in the city center, free access to the exhibition hall on the second floor, free reservation on the second floor, the top floor of the bell tower, there is a team, take the "old antique" elevator up to the bell tower, when the bell rings, in the elevator, listen to the guide guide explain, Then go up to the top floor and have a great view of Brisbane
I think it’s great that the council arranges free Christmas events every year. Except for turning (for me, public transportation from the southern suburbs is great), all you have to do is enjoy. Yes, it will be busy. Yes, there will be many people. Yes, you will have to line up. Don't complain, relax, go with the flow, and spend the "crazy" holiday with everyone else. I think it's great to see everyone like this city. The Brisbane Parliament has done a good job. Please keep working hard. I will always try one or two times. This year, we once again set up the magic garden on the Roma Street Park Zone. much better. There are not so many queues. Food trucks are also great. The water/light display may be good next year.
Overall a very good experience, there may be more interesting games, I hope to continue to explore next time
A great attraction. Love here
If you apply for a clock tower tour in advance on the Internet, you can do a clock tower tour! It's about 15 minutes and it's free.
Brisbane City Hall is a must-visit place. There is the largest clock tower in Australia. It is said that the members of the entire municipal team can only work here. The whole building is very majestic, with four floors and the mayor’s office. On the second floor, this place can visit the reception hall of the mayor’s office, and there is a wall outside the mayor’s office. There are badges exchanged by various sister cities. You can find Chongqing and Shenzhen, both of Brisbane Sisters, there is also a very large auditorium on the second floor of the city, which can hold various events. It is said that there is the largest pipe organ in Australia, and there is also a museum in Brisbane on the top floor. It is said to be free to visit. You can take a look when you have time. But because we are in a hurry. So I missed it. On the whole point here, there is also a professional guide here who can take you to visit for free, and you can listen to it if you have time.