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Welcome to HotelGuide.Networks' directory of hotels and hotel reviews for Brisbane, Queensland, Australia!

Diverse and fun, Queensland's capital of Brisbane provides a cornucopia of Down Under see-and-do options. Farmers Markets at Brisbane Powerhouse features more than 100 stalls brimming with Queensland's best, from dairy products to chocolate. Insiders often suggest using Brisbane City Hall in the thick of things downtown with the clock and the City Hall Art Gallery as a starting point for touring. Newstead House, the city's oldest domestic dwelling, ranks as Brisbane's most familiar heritage site. Debuting in 2004 on the 59th anniversary of the curtain on war in the Pacific, MacArthur Museum Brisbane has been likened as Australia's version of London's Cabinet War Rooms, and the 8th floor space in the Edward Street building (on the heritage list) includes the actual office occupied by Gen. Douglas MacArthur, leader of Allied Forces in WWII's Pacific campaign from '42 to '44. Still under construction, St. John's Anglican Cathedral showcases 19th century Gothic-Revival architecture designed in 1888 by John Loughborough Pearson.

Other magnets include the Brisbane Tramway Museum, Queensland's Maritime Museum, Queensland Military Memorial Museum and the Queensland Sciencentre, on level one of the Queensland Museum South Bank. Less than an hour from downtown, Brisbane's Vineyard at Mt. Nebo (winner of the 2005 Queensland Awards) features a range of fortified antioxidant wines and cumquat, lime, and ginger cordials, and a cellar-style cafeteria tasting area looks out over the Samford Valley. Driving tours often head west toward the sunset for rural Boonah and the Lockyer Valley where Ipswitch serves a city with historical intrigue. Daytrips to Moreton Bay provide glimpses of birdlife at Boondall Wetlands and Sandgate. Also not far from Brisbane are what's known as hinterland hideaways including Samford and Dayboro in the Pine Rivers area or Mount Nebo and Mount Glorious. Cool escapes abound on the Sunshine Coast in mountain towns of Maleny, Montville and Mapleton. Lodging accommodations for Brisbane and Australia's Gold Coast range from backpacker hostels and bed and breakfasts to motels, hotels, and resorts.

We have organized our listings of Brisbane's hotel accommodations both alphabetically and into several geographic areas. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Brisbane area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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Hotels located in Queensland's great capital city and Australia's third largest city, Brisbane. Brisbane is situated in the southeast corner of Queensland, Australia and is served by Brisbane Airport (BNE) located 7 miles northeast of the city.
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Hotels in the Gold Coast area located on the Eastern seaboard of Australia, just 80km south of Brisbane. This area boasts an average of 245 days of beautiful weather each year. Here you will find sun, surf, sand, and unpolluted air all in a relaxed atmosphere.

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Area Facts: The macademia nut was first developed for commercial use by Walter Hill of Brisbane Botanical Garden in the mid-1800s. The international dialing code for Australia is 61.

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