Brisbane is the capital of Queensland in Australia and it places third on the list of most populous Australian cities. Brisbane is widely known for its many attractions, cultural atmosphere and tourist adventure activities.
Some of Brisbane’s most popular attractions include the family-friendly parklands, Roma Street Parkland and the Southbank Parklands, for example. This is where many people come to stroll, cycle, shop or picnic among the gardens. Other beloved attractions and cultural hot spots include the State Library of Queensland, the Wheel of Brisbane, the Queensland Museum, the Gallery of Modern Art and the Queensland Art Gallery. Many people enjoy river cruises and visits to zoos and wildlife sanctuaries like the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary (the original and world’s largest sanctuary for koalas).
When it comes to adventure, there is no end to the opportunities in Brisbane. You can go paddle boarding, kayaking and rock climbing, just to name a few of the favorites. There are also a number of guided nature tours in addition to the plethora of cultural, sight-seeing and shopping tours. Whatever you enjoy most about Australian travel, you will find in Brisbane.
Did you know...
The shortest flight from Darwin to Brisbane return is 7 hrs 40 mins
The distance between Darwin and Brisbane is 2,851 kilometres.
7 airlines fly between Darwin and Brisbane. This includes Qantas Airways, AIRNORTH, Jetstar Airways, Virgin Australia, Etihad Airways, TigerAir Australia and more.