BRISBANE & SURROUNDS
Queensland’s largest city , Brisbane is a beguiling city with museums, art galleries, restaurants, great shopping, a vibrant local music scene and a relaxed vibe. Inner-city Brisbane centres around the CBD and stretches along the river to encompass eclectic inner-city suburbs including Fortitude Valley, New Farm and West End.
Brisbane is much more than the gateway to the Sunshine and Gold Coasts - it is a destination in itself. Brisbane’s attractions are many and include museums, art galleries, historical buildings and parks as well as an active entertainment scene with theatres, cinemas and acclaimed music and nightlife. So no matter whether you’re visiting Brisbane for business or pleasure you’ll find plenty to keep you entertained.
Brisbane has an estimated population of approximately two million and is the third most populous city in Australia. The city is situated on the Brisbane River on a low-lying floodplain between Moreton Bay and the Great Dividing Range in South East Queensland.
For more information on Brisbane visit www.ourbrisbane.com
Spicers in Inner-Brisbane
An oasis in the trendy inner-Brisbane suburb of New Farm, Spicers Balfour Hotel promises to surprise and delight business and leisure visitors alike.
Just a short drive from Brisbane lies South East Queensland Country. Here you can experience the four seasons – Summer, Winter, Spring and Autumn – while making the most of clean air, lovely local galleries and museums and some of the most mouth-watering produce in the state.
About South East Queensland Country
From Dalby to Warwick, Milmerran to Boonah, there are a host of wonderful things to do in South East Queensland Country. Go searching for antiques from charming town to charming town, explore the many wilderness areas and national parks, discover the thriving arts communities, or just take your time visiting a few local pubs and enjoying good old fashioned country hospitality. No matter whether you’re after a lazy holiday or an action-packed adventure, there’s something in South East Queensland Country to satisfy.
The SEQ Country region stretches north and west of Brisbane and takes in parts of Kingaroy, Bunya Mountains, Dalby, Toowoomba, Stanthorpe, Warwick, Gympie, Maleny, Nambour, Ipswich and Beaudesert.
For more information on South East Queensland Country visit www.queenslandholidays.com.au
Spicers in South East Queensland Country
Located on a cattle farm, Spicers Hidden Vale allows you to enjoy a country getaway steeped in old country elegance.