Brisbane city received huge sporting facilities and infrastructure when the 1982 Commonwealth Games were hosted there. Brisbane became well noted when the city hosted the 1988 World Expo across the river in South Bank. However, Brisbane has experienced several serious floods, as Brisbane has a subtropical climate which has resulted in huge repair bills and loss of lives. Brisbane has become a sought after holiday and business destination as the city has a lot to offer its visitors in the line of accommodation and attractions. For example visitors can enjoy a night out on the Brisbane Dinner Cruise or take a full day bush walk in the Springbrook National Park which includes a glow worm tour and visit the famous Australia Zoo and much more.

When planning a trip to Brisbane Australia book your accommodation and plan your activities well in advance, accommodation options can be located on the internet where lists of hotel Brisbane options are available.

If you are want a modern luxury experience then hotels such as the 5 star Riverview Hotel which overlooks the Brisbane River offers unparallel facilities and services. The Stamford Plaza which is a leading Brisbane hotel is located alongside the Botanical Gardens and overlooks the Brisbane River is graced with elegant luxury, sophistication and charm. You can sit back and relax while spending a wonderful evening out on the Brisbane River Dinner Cruise and enjoy a three course seafood buffet while enjoying the evening views and city lights and onboard entertainment for three hours. Book a full day tour and visit the Springbrook National Park which includes lunch and which features several beautiful waterfalls, two thousand year old Antarctic Beech trees and the World Heritage Rainforest, over ten thousand glow worms, rainforest birds and wallaby’s and spectacular look outs. Experience the living legacy of crocodile hunter Steve Irwin at the Australia Zoo. You will travel on the Croc Express coach while exploring this amazing wildlife theme park. Included in the trip are tiger, crocodile and elephant displays, and wildlife feeding and handling demos which include snake handling and the famous croc feeding.

When traveling to the Australia Zoo, you will travel along the scenic Steve Irwin route and pass pine forests and pineapple farms that border the Glass House Mountains. You can take a guided 4WD eco tour that includes lunch and spend the day at Fraser Island and witness all the listed World Heritage famous attractions. Fraser Island is the largest sand island globally. You will see wild dingo’s and can swim in the beautiful freshwater lakes. You will board a ferry and taken into the Cooloola National Park to see the coloured Rainbow Beach sand and Teewah. This tour should not be missed.

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