Central Business District



Dominated by the impressive City Hall, Brisbane's business center is a remarkable dichotomy of style. Unlike other Australian cities, the life of the central area does not fade with the sunset. Bars and clubs swell with numbers, attracting large crowds with entertainment each night. The spectacular Conrad Treasury Casino looms proudly over the river, whilst Queen Street Mall's garnished modern decor greets shoppers, diners and people-watchers with open arms. Built in 1828, the Old Windmill and Observatory are some of Brisbane's oldest buildings and Parliament House, built to French Renaissance style in 1868, is a classic example of the city's historical prowess.

Nightlife

Birch Carroll and Coyle (BCC) Cinema - Carindale
LiveWire
Dockside Comedy Bar
Shafston Hotel
Chic Boutique
Rue De Paris
Fox Hotel (The)
Berkley's on Ann
Royal Exchange Hotel (The)
Brunswick Hotel (The)
Brisbane Jazz Club
Gardens Theatre
Casablanca Brasserie and Restaurant
Hawthorne Cinemas

Attractions

Corra-mulling Family Park
Brilliant Facets
Edwina Corlette Gallery
Story Bridge Adventure Climb
Hotel Cycle Hire
Victoria Park Golf Course
Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens
St. Brigid's Catholic Church

Restaurants

Casablanca Brasserie, Bar, Cafe and Cellar Club
Pu Kwong Vegetarian Restaurant
Punjabi Palace
Pastano
Rue De Paris
Mercury (The)

Hotels

Centrepoint Apartments
Alexandra Serviced Apartments
Sportsman Hotel
Story Bridge Hotel
Club Crocodile Toowong Villas
Thornbury House B&B Inn
Metropolitan Motor Inn
Bardon Guest Lodges
Cosmo On Park Road
Milton Motel Apartments
Dockside Apartment Hotel
Fairthorpe Head of the River
Acacia Inner City Inn
Carseldine Palms Motel

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