Brisbane is the third largest city in Australia after Sydney and Melbourne. It is a well-structured city with sumptuous parks, well-equipped public libraries, clean streets, fresh and exciting atmosphere while having a relaxing pace.
Rain is rare in the city of sunny days, the only region with subtropical weather in Australia. This allows its residents to practice much outdoor sports.
Brisbane's city center is a charming piece, full of cafes, restaurants (that serve foods from different nationalities), fashion shops, entertainment, amazing gardens and park drawing harmoniously the city.
Capital of Queensland and The Sunshine State’s most populous city, Brisbane is a highlight among highlights. Midway between the Sunshine Coast region and The Gold Coast, the city is a hybrid of the best features of its neighbouring coastal districts - a modern cityscape fringed by youthful, contemporary urban pockets and decorated with hints of plush nature throughout, this metropolis earns its reputation as the state’s foremost centre for business and recreation.
Set upon the banks of the beautiful Brisbane River, the city’s views are picturesque and its attractions rich. From its centre outward, Brisbane impresses - Parklands, museums, libraries, sports centres and entertainment venues as well as academic institutions and accommodation make this charming municipality dynamic, lively and utterly ideal as a destination for students wishing to experience Australian life at an exciting yet livable pace. Away from the urban centre, Brisbane Forest Park provides the ideal terrain for all kinds of outdoor recreation, being a popular retreat for hikers, cyclists, campers and anyone ready to fully enjoy the region’s natural uniqueness. Lying just an hour’s drive North of Gold Coast’s dazzling shores, Brisbane is a haven for beachgoers too, making it a truly quintessential Australian capital.