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Brisbane Botanic Gardens is a wonderful place to get outdoors and make the most of the cool, refreshing breeze.
A visit to this attraction will probably mean spending a few nights in Brisbane. Sound alright to you? We can think of much worse places to be than the action-packed state capital!
With no less than 58 hotels within a short stroll of Brisbane Botanic Gardens, you won't have any problems getting a top-notch place. Haven't the foggiest where to start? Take a look at the Quest River Park Central, Hilton Brisbane and Stamford Plaza Brisbane.
There's a range of budget rooms close by that will leave you with money to spare. Secure a room at the Base Backpackers Brisbane Uptown - Hostel or the Nomads Brisbane Hostel, a kilometre and 0.8 kilometres away, respectively.
Alternatively, if you're after a bit of luxury and indulgence, book one of the many upmarket hotels in the immediate area. Consider the Spicers Balfour Hotel, 2 kilometres away. The Brisbane Marriott Hotel, a kilometre away, is also recommended.
For a tasty caffeine fix, head to Aquila Caffe Bar (82 Eagle Street, Brisbane City). Royal On The Park Hotel Brisbane is a fantastic spot to have lunch or dinner and it's just 0.07 kilometres away. Find it at 152 Alice Street, Brisbane City.
Chill out, take in the sights and enjoy the train trip to Brisbane Botanic Gardens. Make sure you stop at Central Station, the most convenient station. Then it's only 0.9 kilometres until you get there.
Hotels in Brisbane Botanic Gardens start at AU$108 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.