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You'll find 146 accommodations in Brisbane Central Business District. Get a load of Wotif's superb deals in and around the area.
Plush furnishings, friendly staff and fancy amenities... These are the sorts of things you can expect at the Spicers Balfour Hotel (37 Balfour Street) and The Valley Brisbane (formerly Emporium Hotel) (1000 Ann Street). If you'd rather enjoy your shut-eye somewhere more economical and laid-back, take a look at the Sapphire Resort (5 Brereton Street) and the Base Backpackers Brisbane Uptown - Hostel (466 George Street).
If you're arriving via Brisbane Airport, check out the deals at Enterprise or Alamo Rent A Car. No need to worry about public transport or overpriced taxis — their offices are just a quick stroll from the baggage claim.
With a nice selection of rental companies around you, you'll have no issues securing a car in the centre of town. Look up what's available at Europcar (249 Sofitel Brisbane Turbot Street). If nothing tempts you there, you can also swing by Firefly (55 Charlotte St).
Trapped behind your desk dreaming about Brisbane Central Business District and all the awesome things it has to offer? Take the first step to actually getting there by finding out a few basic facts about it.
Brisbane Central Business District is one of the many interesting neighbourhoods that make up Brisbane. It's 0.1 kilometres northeast of the middle of the Queensland state capital.
If you've heard your travel buddies not only go nuts about Brisbane Central Business District but about Brisbane in general, then it shouldn't surprise you to learn that around 2 200 000 people call it their home.