Staying in Brisbane...

Brisbane is the most populous city in Queensland, Australia. It is known for its sunny days and relaxed atmosphere. It is a studious city where life is good.
If you're a first-time visitor, don't miss the citys Botanical Gardens on the top of Mount Coot-Tha.

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What to do in Brisbane ?

Cruise the Brisbane River

The Brisbane River is located in the heart of the city and offers one of the best ways to see Brisbane. The best way is on a hop-on, hop-off boat, where you can hop on and off at your leisure, similar to a bus route. With the sun on your skin and the wind in your hair, there’s no better way to discover Brisbane.

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Visit the Koala Sanctuary

Don't miss a visit to Australia's oldest and largest koala sanctuary, Lone Pine Koala, located about 20 minutes from the city centre. There are over 130 koalas on display.
Native to Australia, your encounter with these cute little creatures will leave a lasting memory.

You also have the opportunity to feed kangaroos and observe many species of animals close.

Attend a local festival

There's always something exciting going on in Brisbane. The city hosts great independent music festivals such as the Woodford Folk Festival in December, and many others such as the World science festival, the Brisbane comedy festival or the Regional flavours.

The Hervey Bay Whale Festival in July offers fun and educational interactive activities, the proceeds of which go to fund whale conservation charities. A great initiative to bring people together and have a good time.

Mont Coot Tha

Enjoying the view from the top of Mount Coot-Tha

Mount Coot-Tha is located six kilometres from the city centre and stands 287 metres high. It's one of the city's most popular tourist spots and a must-see when visiting Brisbane. At the foot of the mountain is the Brisbane Botanical Gardens, a 52-hectare botanic garden.
Be sure to take a tour and see over 5,000 species of living plants native to Australia.

Brisbane Islands

Brisbane and its surrounding islands....

Brisbane's coastline is home to a number of stunning and beautiful islands.
From Moreton Island, Bribie Island, Fraser Island and many other islands in the surrounding area, take your pick and explore these beautiful destinations easily accessible by boat or car. 
Enjoy a sunny day or a beachside picnic with family or friend.

Pratical information

Coming to Brisbane

Entry requirements in Brisbane, Australia:

Need information about entry requirements?

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➜ Australian Government 


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How to get to Brisbane

Going to Brisbane from Noumea

To easily reach Australia from Noumea, check out our Flight Noumea Brisbane.

Average flight time :

You can fly from Noumea to Brisbane direct in  less than 2 hours. Travel time may vary depending on your itinerary. 

Time difference :

It is 1 hour earlier in Brisbane, Australia than in Noumea, New Caledonia.

When to go to Brisbane

When is the best time to visit Brisbane?

Brisbane is a welcoming city, thanks in part to its pleasant year-round climate. 
Depending on what you want to do in Brisbane, the best times to visit are :

  • September is the best month to visit Brisbane. Throughout the month, the city hosts the Brisbane Festival, one of the most interesting festivals of the year and attracts thousands of visitors. Enjoy live music, dance performances and various city events.

  • If you want to avoid the crowds and enjoy the city's tranquillity, it's best to come between January and March. You can visit Brisbane and enjoy the activities the city has to offer.

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