Moving to Brisbane? Check Out the Suburbs Before You Move

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Brisbane, Australia’s third-largest city, is home to numerous art galleries. Additionally, Brisbane features many cultural institutions including Queensland Ballet, Opera Queensland and Queensland Symphony Orchestra.

The Brisbane Media Map is an online resource and authentic learning project at tertiary level that seeks to demonstrate how urban design frameworks can promote social activities within urban public squares.

Brisbane City Map

Brisbane’s city center is an exciting hub of shopping, dining and entertainment. Attractions in this bustling hub include Kangaroo Point’s Story Bridge, Queensland Museum & Art Gallery, Conrad Treasury Casino Queen Street Mall and City Hall as main draws. Botanic Gardens South Bank Parklands Roma Street Parkland can also be enjoyed as can relaxing days spent at Brisbane Forest Park Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary.

Mapping Brisbane History website is an unparalleled resource for Brisbane localities, serving as an exemplary example of online historical geography that takes an academic approach. It also facilitates wide community participation; local history groups contribute their knowledge through an Acknowledging section (please see Acknowledgments for further details).

Brisbane Suburbs Map

Brisbane offers some fantastic suburbs to suit all lifestyle needs and preferences, offering hot and sunny climate all year long, stunning beaches nearby and bayside living – it is well worth researching all available suburbs before making the move with interstate removalists and becoming settled into life in Brisbane.

This UBD-Gregorys map offers 1:5 000 coverage of Brisbane CBD & South Brisbane with street index, city highlights and visitor information, detailed suburban mapping with coverage north to Zillmere, south to Sunnybank, east to Tingalpa and west to Mount Coot-tha.

On the reverse side of this map is a city accommodation guide, festival and events calendar, theatres and cinemas, key landmarks and points of interest as well as key landmarks and points of interest – an indispensable companion on your travels through Brisbane area. Available as either folded paper map or flat laminated version. This map should form an integral part of your itinerary in Brisbane area.

Brisbane River Map

No matter its function in Queensland’s history – whether as a source of food for indigenous people, colonial towns, transport infrastructure, industry or industry itself, the Brisbane River and Moreton Bay has always played an integral part. Today it remains both beautiful natural feature and important urban waterway.

Explore historical flood mapping for three of the City’s major river events from 1974, 2011 and 2022 – 1974, 2011 and 2022. These maps display estimated extents of flooding during each event so you can determine whether your property may have been affected.

The State Library’s digitised collection of real estate maps from the late 1800s and early 1900s features original hand-coloured maps created by local surveyors in these timeframes. These records can provide insights into how land was subdivided, who sold it, as well as understanding how the City has changed over time.

Brisbane Airport Map

Brisbane Airport (IATA code BNE) serves as Queensland’s primary international gateway and Australia’s third busiest airport by passenger numbers. Its two terminals – Domestic and International – are linked by Airtrain; additionally there are plenty of retail and dining options as well as several lounges providing paid access for economy class passengers.

At Miami Airport there is a free shuttle service between Domestic and International terminals, with parking options including short term, long term, premium and valet options in multi-level car parks for short or long term stays.

Domestic terminal is a modern building featuring shops and restaurants. International terminal offers flights to Asia and New Zealand with popular destinations being Singapore and Auckland. Skygate Shopping Center can be found outside terminals with over 147 fashion and lifestyle brands as well as Australia’s only 24-hour Woolworths supermarket – plus banking and currency exchange services are also provided here.