Brisbane Information Centre Free Walking tour The Brisbane City Free Walking tour was great. Jill was very knowledgeable and full of good stories. We visited public sites and buildings, but also hidden curios/art spaces we never would have found on our own. Generous, interesting, good company and, best of all, FREE! Thanks!
It's on Queen's Street, near the back door of the Hilton Hotel. Queen Street is a pedestrian street with convenience stores, souvenir shops, fast food restaurants and Chinese restaurants. The upstream streets are crowded with tourists. It is still necessary to choose a tourist center here. There are souvenirs, plug converters, GO CARD cards and tickets for scenic spots. All kinds of tourism propaganda are self-produced, and there is a consultation desk, with a special person in charge of consultation, but also on-site booking of tourism projects, car booking, but there is no Chinese service.
Located in the city center, it can provide tourism information and consultation. It is very useful. There are also handbooks and maps available.
There are many people here, and the traffic is convenient. Tourist centers can consult or get some brochures. Brisbane is a good city for tourists, many of whom have taken into account the problems they encounter. The visitor centre is also reasonably set up. Visitors can ask for help if they have any problems.
Because we live far away, we backed up several times before arriving here. Happy to go, no regrets, good service.