There are many places to tempt me to play in the center of Brisbane, and it is very convenient to take a bus. Therefore, as long as I have time, I will come here to find those places that must be checked in, and I don't want to miss one. The Queensland State Library is a place not to be missed. It is located in the cultural district of Brisbane, Australia, on the south bank of the Brisbane River. In fact, I have walked in front of this building several times, but it was a library from the outside. Later, I asked someone and said: The 1-3 floors of this building are the library. Sure enough, the library is spacious, bright and quiet. You can enter directly without any formalities. The layout of the three-story building has its own characteristics, and the various spaces are suitable for learning, reading, and surfing the Internet. It has strong practicability and artistry. The style of Queensland State Library is refreshing and I like this quiet place.
Positive Space Being on work-cover after sustaining an injury, I needed a place in aircon to study. The facilities,study areas and staff were extremely accommodating. There were several floors of quiet areas to remain, unbothered and secluded. The net was fast and free, and the cafe outside serves amazing lasagna. A very amazing and productive Brisbane experience.
Located on the south bank of the Brisbane River, it is a group of buildings connected to the Queensland Museum and Art Center. The hardware is good and the supporting facilities are complete, similar to those of libraries in second-tier cities in my country. Below the library is the Miramar Boat Wharf to the Lone Pine Koala Center.