A Holiday is More Fun With a Reliable Car Rental in Brisbane
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It would be difficult to find Brisbane's equal in terms of lifestyle and climate. Located in the Sunshine State, Brisbane is halfway between two of the best beaches in the country. With the famous Gold Coast to the south and the pristine Sunshine Coast to the north, visitors will have plenty of choices for exploring beyond the city limits.
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More about Brisbane
Brisbane is Australia's third largest city, located on the banks of the Brisbane River. The region was home to the Jagera and Turrbal people before European settlement in 1823.
Brisbane has a detailed military history. The T&G building was once used as a headquarters by the American troops during World War II. About 1,000,000 US troops passed through Australia during the war, as the main coordination point for the South West Pacific.
The 'Battle of Brisbane' is still talked about: in 1942 there was a violent clash between visiting US military personnel and Australian servicemen and civilians. There was one death and several injuries.
Today Brisbane is a popular destination for business and leisure travellers. The city hosts a number of sporting events, and is home to many art galleries, museums and wildlife parks.
Tour our home town at your own pace
Anytime is a great time to visit Brisbane; the Sunshine State lives up to its name with consistent blue skies and fine weather most of the year. South Bank is the perfect place to start your exploration of Brisbane. It's Brisbane's famous inner-city artificial beach, and is a mecca for children of any age. There are loads of green spaces, plenty of sand and swimming areas as well as an all year round special events program. Take a walk in the shade of the Brisbane Botanical Gardens, close to the city side of the river.
Brisbane is our home town, and we are full of suggestions for a road trip. If you're after suggestions for how to spend your time here in Brisvegas, a drive up to Mt Cootha to the lookout provides a gorgeous birds' eye view of the river city. Alternatively, simply hop on a City Cat and explore the region by water.
Leave your hire car at your accommodation when you explore the city itself. The Loop downtown service is a CBD service which will get you from one end of town to the other. It runs Monday to Friday every ten minutes so you can simply hop on at the red bus stops. The Spring Hill loop runs between 8am-6pm Monday to Friday with twelve stops in the CBD and Spring Hill. All children under four travel free on Brisbane's public transport system. There is also a new service that links the city to the airport which means you can skip the city traffic when heading to or from your flight.
Gas up the tank and take a road trip
Just an hour's drive north-west of Brisbane you'll find yourself driving along gorgeous, winding mountain roads lined with gum trees and stretches of rain forest. This road is favoured by motorbike riders and people on weekend pleasure drives - and you might see the occasional brave hiker or jogger pushing themselves to the limit. Make no mistake, this is a steep climb at times.
If you're keen to head north on your day trip then the Sunshine Coast and Noosa should be top of your list of priority destinations. The drive will prove picturesque as you discover the Glasshouse Mountains on your left as you pass by pineapple farms on your way to Noosa. The world heritage listed Fraser Island is also a must-do. It is dotted with beautiful fresh-water lakes.
If you are after a real road-trip, consider the Whitsundays which are some of the most beautiful tropical islands in the world. Located in far north Queensland, the Whitsundays got their name from the history books. Captain James Cook passed through Whitsunday passage on Sunday the fourth of June - which happened to be Whit Sunday, the seventh Sunday after Easter. The Whitsundays are usually accessed from Airlie beach, about a 12 hour drive from Brisbane.
Sample the mouthwatering offerings of Brisbane restaurants
If you're in the mood for a serving of culture with a side dish of history then make sure you check out the St Lucia University of Queensland campus. This university has some culinary delights on offer - students favour the popular Pizza Cafe which serves a different pizza for every letter of the alphabet and is made with a fairly healthy pita bread base - but, even better, it has a rich history unique to Brisbane