Brisbane is the fastest-growing metropolitan city in Australia and Brisbane City is quickly becoming a hot spot for an array of activities that are available to those who call it home. From grabbing a beer at one of the many trendy breweries to getting in your steps along the beautiful river walk, the CBD captures all that is great about Brisbane and why so many chose to make the move north in 2020.
To live in Brisbane City is not only convenient, but it is also still one of the most affordable CBD locations in Australia to purchase an apartment. We have compiled some of the best attractions in Brisbane CBD for residents to take advantage of.
Explore your inner Foodies
Brisbane CBD caters for everyone. From Michelin Star chef experiences like Vine in New Farm to a smorgasbord of restaurants and cuisines available in one spot at Howard Smith Wharves, you are bound to find something new you can try every time you eat out.
If a quick bite is all you are after then you cannot go past Vintaged Bar + Grill in Wintergarden. If it’s a fun dinner with friends, look no further than Kabuki Teppanyaki. Looking to a restaurant for an intimate date night? Then Montrachet in Bowen Hills will be sure to impress. There really is something for everyone.
Whatever your preference, Brisbane City’s entertainment offering has it all. If you are a fan of live music, the Brooklyn Standard and Riverstage host both national and international bands regularly. Sports Fan? No problem; Brisbane City has that covered too. Suncorp Stadium is just a 20-minute walk and a short 5-minute bus ride will find you at the Gabba. Looking for a more cultural experience? Straight across the river in Southbank is QPAC (Queensland Performing Arts Centre), which hosts world-renowned dance, theatre and musical performances.
Brisbane City and its surroundings are quickly attracting some of Australia’s leading Micro Breweries. The best part is you can walk or scoot between most of them. Starting at Teneriffe at The Green Beacon, you can then wind your way into Felon’s at Howard Smith Wharves and continue down the river ending in West End at Brisbane Brewing Co. If Craft Beer is your thing, Brisbane City is definitely the place to find your new favourites and local haunt.
Take a Breath
Prefer to pop in your headphones and get some fresh air? Brisbane City has some great walking or running tracks. The Riverwalk winds from Breakfast Creek to Southbank or you can jump in the car and drive just a quick 20 minutes to Mount Coot-Tha. Brisbane City residents are spoilt for choice when it comes to getting in your steps and enjoying the outdoors.
Need a change of scenery?
Feel like you might be in need of a change of scenery? Why not move to Brisbane City. Being a stone’s throw away from everything you could possibly want is more than just convenient; it’s luxury. Contact us today at Amazing Apartments and we can help you turn that dream into a reality.