Brisbane, Australia travel tips

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Australia has a rich, but dangerous wildlife. Always be prepared!

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You cannot have mobility without a car in Australia. Try renting, and look for the best prices online.

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Australia has a few international airports, and the closest to Brisbane is the Brisbane Airport.

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Try catching a college football or an Australian football game - yes, there is a difference! The local team is called Brisbane Roar Football Club.

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Limes Hotel may not be the cheapest hotel in Brisbane, but if you want professional service do not hesitate to book a room here.

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Need a family hotel for the night? Try calling Soho Brisbane as they are quite friendly and usually have a room to spare.

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Hotels in Australia can be relatively cheap, and Chill Backpackers is a great place to stay for a night or two.

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XXXXX Brewery has fantastic tours. If you are interested in the history of this beer, must visit.

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The Gallery of Modern Art has a wonderful collection of paintings, sculptures and video installations.

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Visit the Alma Park Zoo if you are interested in learning about the wildlife of the continent!

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Locals do like their liquor, however do note that the legal age is 18.

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There are many kind of bars in any Australian city from the cheapest watering hole to the most prestigious ones. Look for Fringe Bar if you want something different.

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In need of a more elegant restaurant? Ask around for Gunshop Café as it has great service and a decent wine selection.

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Brisbane has numerous restaurants and Vue is one of the best in town.

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Finding budget restaurants in Brisbane is not that hard. Ask around for Lark.

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Clueless about what to do? Get some intel at the local tourist office!

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Crime rates may not be the lowest in Australia, but compared to the rest of the world, it is in fact a safe country to visit. Most parts of Brisbane are also safe, but still, always keep an eye open!

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Brisbane has warm summers and dry winters that are not too cold.

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Contrary to popular belief Australians do speak English, although at times you will think otherwise. Australian English takes some getting used to!

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Waiters in Australia are generally very relaxed and easy going, just like the rest of country. Rule of thumb is, if you appreciate the service of someone, tip.

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