Want to have the privilege to enjoy 300 days of sun per year while you study English, a vocational training course or at one of Australia’s top universities and in a multicultural environment, Brisbane offers all this and more
With a population of 2 million inhabitants, Brisbane is the third largest city in Australia after Sydney and Melbourne. Capital of the state of Queensland, it’s located in the northeast of Australia and crossed by the Brisbane River, navigable to the open sea.
Brisbane has become a cosmopolitan city with interesting suburbs and important cultural events. It has many green spaces with spectacular views and the metropolitan area is surrounded by wooded areas. Brisbane has a continually growing culture of gastronomy, you can find all kind of restaurants which give the city a cosmopolitan and welcoming feel.
What not to miss…
- Walk to South Bank, just ten minutes from the city center and enjoy its spacious parks and recreation areas.
- Go to a show or sports event like Rugby League All Stars.
- Enjoy a relaxing cruise on the Brisbane River.
- Taste some of the best Australian cuisine at its many bars y restaurants.
- Get lost in the 28 hectares of the Australia Zoo, surrounded by camels, kangaroos, crocodiles and other species.
- Visit the Queensland Museum or the amazing exhibitions of the Museum of Brisbane.
- Shop at one of the best boutiques in areas such as Adelaide St. or Albert Street.
- Visit the River Festival, one of the most popular festivals in Brisbane.
Brisbane has a humid subtropical climate with hot and wet summers and mild winters with little rain.
The city has an average of 300 days of sunshine a year making it a very attractive destination not only for Australiana but also for international visitors.
An interesting fact
Who said that Brisbane has no beach? The area known as South Bank has an excellent artificial beach which has been built along the bank of the Brisbane river. Hundreds of people meet at weekends to swim and enjoy a day at the ‘beach’!