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The Brisbane central business district stands on the original European settlement and is situated inside a bend of the Brisbane River, about 15 kilometres (9 miles) from its mouth at Moreton Bay. The metropolitan area extends in all directions along the floodplain of the Brisbane River Valley between Moreton Bay and the Great Dividing Range, sprawling across several of Australia's most populous local government areas (LGAs), most centrally the City of Brisbane, which is by far the most populous LGA in the nation. The demonym of Brisbane is Brisbanite. One of the oldest cities in Australia, Brisbane was founded upon the ancient homelands of the indigenous Turrbal and Jagera peoples. Named after the Brisbane River on which it is located – which in turn was named after Scotsman Sir Thomas Brisbane, the Governor of New South Wales from 1821 to 1825 – the area was chosen as a place for secondary offenders from the Sydney Colony. A penal settlement was founded in 1824 at Redcliffe, 28 kilometres (17 mi) north of the central business district, but was soon abandoned and moved to North Quay in 1825, opening to free settlement in 1842. The city was marred by the Australian frontier wars between 1843 and 1855, and development was partly set back by the Great Fire of Brisbane, and the Great Brisbane Flood. Brisbane was chosen as the capital when Queensland was proclaimed a separate colony from New South Wales in 1859. During World War II, Brisbane played a central role in the Allied campaign and served as the South West Pacific headquarters for General Douglas MacArthur. Today, Brisbane is well known for its distinct Queenslander architecture which forms much of the city's built heritage. It also receives attention for its damaging flood events, most notably in 1974 and 2011. The city is a popular tourist destination, serving as a gateway for visitors to the state of Queensland, particularly to the Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast, popular resort towns immediately south and north of Brisbane, respectively. Several large cultural, international and sporting events have been held at Brisbane, including the 1982 Commonwealth Games, World Expo '88, the final Goodwill Games in 2001, and the 2014 G-20 summit. The average price for a Apartments is AUD 347,767, and the average rental for a Apartments is AUD 1,443. Out of 1041839 residents, 513710 (49%) are male, 528129 (51%) are female, and the average age is 34. There is a range of facilities in the area, including 314 schools, 51 hospitals, 362 childcare centres, and 51 shopping centres.
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Property Price Information for Apartments for Sale in Brisbane

    Suburb Price
    Albion
    AUD 440,000
    Annerley
    AUD 369,000
    Ascot
    AUD 425,000
    Auchenflower
    AUD 484,000
    Bowen Hills
    AUD 399,000
    Brisbane
    AUD 400,000
    Brisbane City
    AUD 500,000
    Bulimba
    AUD 550,000
    Cannon Hill
    AUD 450,000
    Carina
    AUD 459,000
    Chermside
    AUD 418,000
    Clayfield
    AUD 360,000
    Coopers Plains
    AUD 399,000
    Coorparoo
    AUD 379,500
    Corinda
    AUD 410,000
    Dutton Park
    AUD 491,500
    East Brisbane
    AUD 415,000
    Fortitude Valley
    AUD 439,000
    Gaythorne
    AUD 399,000
    Gordon Park
    AUD 290,000
    Greenslopes
    AUD 392,000
    Hamilton
    AUD 479,000
    Highgate Hill
    AUD 545,000
    Indooroopilly
    AUD 490,000
    Kangaroo Point
    AUD 465,000
    Kedron
    AUD 440,000
    Kelvin Grove
    AUD 389,000
    Lutwyche
    AUD 435,000
    Macgregor
    AUD 420,161
    Milton
    AUD 474,500
    Moorooka
    AUD 311,250
    Morningside
    AUD 450,000
    Mount Gravatt
    AUD 418,000
    Mount Gravatt East
    AUD 389,900
    Murarrie
    AUD 459,000
    New Farm
    AUD 580,000
    Newstead
    AUD 635,200
    Norman Park
    AUD 420,000
    Northgate
    AUD 315,000
    Nundah
    AUD 409,000
    Oxley
    AUD 445,000
    Paddington
    AUD 464,000
    Sherwood
    AUD 365,000
    South Brisbane
    AUD 480,000
    Spring Hill
    AUD 419,000
    Stafford
    AUD 299,000
    St Lucia
    AUD 529,000
    Taringa
    AUD 412,500
    Teneriffe
    AUD 540,000
    Toowong
    AUD 455,000
    Upper Mount Gravatt
    AUD 440,500
    West End
    AUD 598,000
    Windsor
    AUD 475,000
    Woolloongabba
    AUD 454,000
    Wooloowin
    AUD 454,000
    Wynnum
    AUD 455,000
    Yeronga
    AUD 359,000
    Zillmere
    AUD 302,500

Property Price information is provided SOLELY FOR REFERENCE PURPOSES. It is calculated in the way we deem appropriate in our discretion using property information listed on this site. We make no representations or warranties whatsoever as to the rent trend information.

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Brisbane

Brisbane is the state capital of Queensland and its also the third most populous city in the whole country. Brisbane (or Bris Vegas, or Brizzy), unlike it’s beachy siblings (Gold Coast and Surfers Paradise etc), is actually not on the coast. The city is planned around the Brisbane River, and one of the jewels of the town is South Bank, which has some really nice restaurants, amazing pubs and cafes too.

Brisbane originally started out as a convict settlement in 1824, but there is hardly any trace of that existence left today. But there are a few sandstone convict-made buildings still around but the city’s architecture is more well-known for “Queenslanders”, which are hard-wood house on stilts that allow the inhabitants to catch cool breezes in the sub-tropical summer heat, as well as to keep the building away from flooding waters when ‘the rains’ come like clockwork each year. Queenslanders are also famous for their wide verandahs, which are designed for outdoor easy-living. The huge ultra-modern skyscrapers that speckle the city’s skyline are also just as iconic throughout Brisbane.

Make sure you travel on the Brisbane City Cat ferries that go up and down the Brisbane River, they will show you a special unique part of the city that do not see travelling by car or bus. In the summertime, Brisbane gets covered with purple jacaranda, dark red poinciana and the beautifully fragrant frangipani trees. In winter the tourists still wear shorts and t-shirts even while the Brisbane locals cover up in layers of clothing to protect themselves against temperatures that might fall just below 20 degrees Celsius.

Bris-Vegas is warm and tropical all year round, but in summer the humidity can get a bit full-on for some visitors, especially in the peak Aussie summer (Dec – Feb). Throughout the rest of the year, the weather is much milder. The best time of year to enjoy the weather of Brisbane, is Spring – the heat is comfortable, and it is also beautiful time of year too.

Of the things to do in Brisbane, you should definitely spend some time at South Bank to let your hair down. Also there is the Koala Sanctuary, views from Mt Coot-tha, the City’s botanic gardens, the famous Queensland beer, XXXX (Four X) has an amazing brewery tour and St Helena Island is a must see.

Brisbane is an incredible location to enjoy the fantastic climate while also enjoying the city comforts. The beach and countryside are not far to travel away to, and the unique Brisbane culture allows for you to work hard but also to play hard too. The sports scene is incredible, and the locals are warm and friendly (unless you support the opposite rugby team ). Enjoy your time in Brisbane, you will be back again for sure!