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Going to Queensland and its capital, Brisbane? You could look around the district of Brisbane CBD, located 0.1 kilometres southeast of the CBD.
When you visit Brisbane, be sure to see the Queen Street Mall, the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre and Roma Street Parkland.
New Farm Park is wonderful for having a picnic or reading a book. If you'd like to sleep close by, try the Emporium Hotel and Spicers Balfour Hotel. Make sure you don't break the piggy bank at Merthyr Village. If this place is more your kind of thing, check out the Brisbane Riverview Hotel and Brisbane Marriott Hotel.
Whatever you're looking to spend, it'll be easy to find a place to stay in Brisbane CBD. If you want bang for your buck, check out the Base Brisbane Uptown (Tinbilly) - Hostel and Nomads Brisbane Hostel.
The Quest River Park Central and Hilton Brisbane are upmarket places to rest and relax in Brisbane CBD. That said, don't pull your hair out if you're roaming on a tight budget, as Brisbane CBD boasts a great range of lodgings for all travellers.
It won't be difficult to find The Gunshop Cafe while in Brisbane CBD, just follow the aroma of fresh roasted coffee beans! As well as steaming hot drinks, they provide plenty of tempting snacks to help keep your every levels up. Looking for a nice place to have dinner? Royal On The Park Hotel Brisbane is a favourite with locals and tourists alike. Reserve a table and see if you're able to choose between all of the tempting dishes on the menu.
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Hotels in Brisbane Central Business District start at AU$140 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.