Brisbane City

All roads lead to Brisbane City – a busy central hub for work, shopping, study and tourism.

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Neighbourhood Details

  • Rentals from around $250 pw
  • Inner-city living
  • Live in the bustling heart of Brisbane

All roads lead to Brisbane City…

Living in the heart of Brisbane CBD offers the luxury of being centrally-located and within easy access of Brisbane’s education institutes, shops, essential amenities. The City offers easy access to the rest of Brisbane, with Central Station servicing all train lines, buses travelling in all directions, and CityCat terminals.

Queen Street Mall is well known for its shopping and receives over 26 million visitors each year. To escape the crowds head to King George Square and take a free tour of the impressive Brisbane City Hall, or walk along Eagle Street Pier to catch a CityCat and enjoy the views of Brisbane’s beloved Story Bridge.

Brisbane’s 300+ days of sunshine per year mean that outdoor dining is at its finest in the City, with hundreds of cafes, restaurants and bars throughout the city – from budget friendly eats to rooftop bars to excellent coffee spots.

Brisbane City

Queen Street Mall welcomes more than 26 million visitors each year

Brisbane City

Local Interests

  • Queen Street Shopping Mall Queen Street Retail
  • Woolworths Supermarket MacArthur Central Retail
  • Big W Discount Store MacArthur Central Retail
  • Formosa Asian Market Mary Street Retail
  • Albert Street Precinct Albert Street Retail
  • Folio Books/Bookstore Mary Street Retail
  • Taro's Ramen Queen Street, Edward Street Food
  • Maru Korean Restaurant Elizabeth Street Food
  • The Pancake Manor Charlotte Street Food
  • Miss Kay's Burgers George Street Food
  • AJ Vietnamese Noodle House Charlotte Street Food
  • Vapiano Italian Restaurant Albert Street Food
  • Brisbane City Botanic Gardens Alice Street Activity
  • Roma Street Parklands Parkland Boulevard Activity
  • Museum of Brisbane Adelaide Street Activity
  • Elizabeth Street Picture Theatre Elizabeth Street Activity
  • Brisbane Square Library George Street Activity
  • Eagle Street Pier & Riverwalk Eagle Street Activity

Transport Options

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Brisbane provides a reliable network of travel and transport links, as well as paths and walkways that make up one of Australia’s most compact and foot-friendly city centres.

TransLink, Brisbane’s integrated ticketing system, provides students with the flexibility to travel on train, bus and ferry services using just the one card. Go cards can be bought at Queensland Rail stations and selected ticketing agents and provide fares cheaper than buying paper tickets at transit stations. The green student Go card offers full-time students even further discounts.

  • Central station All services
  • Roma Street station All services
  • King George Square Bus station
  • Roma Street Bus station
  • Queen Street Bus station
  • CBD services Services run across Brisbane City
  • CityCat Northshore Hamilton, Mowbray Park, QUT, South Bank, Regatta, University of Queensland St Lucia

Neighbourhood Ambassador

Hear from a student currently living in Brisbane City to learn why living so central is ideal.

International population with authentic Aussie experience

Hi! I’m Jayden from Malaysia and I have been living in Brisbane CBD for almost a year. Vibrant and bustling, the CBD perfectly encapsulates the crossover between the diverse, international population with authentic Aussie experience. I love the finger-tip convenience, from staple names and local eateries of different cuisines and specialty coffee spots to 5 minutes-interval buses.

Jayden Kuik