The northern capital gets cooler each year and these precincts prove it.
Brisbane Airport's new runway will allow an increase in passengers to 50 million annually by 2034.
The Brissie stalwart, with great city views, is glowing after a refurbishment.
Novotel Brisbane South Bank a fine, fresh and up-to-date example of how much this brand has evolved.
Brisbane has become Australia's unlikely new capital of cool hotels.
Stick this in Thailand or Bali, and Australians would be fighting over themselves to get here.
An overnight train trip to Brisbane is reminiscent of a business class flight.
Brisbane International proves you don't need fancy shops or the big-name restaurants.
The state capital of Queensland and Australia's third largest city, filled with parks and dominated by the Brisbane River. Once considered a poor cousin to its southern rivals, Brisbane is now a sophisticated, modern city offering terrific dining and drinking options, great outdoor activities and cultural attractions such as the Gallery of Modern Art and performances at the Powerhouse. Plus it's warm all year round.