Flights to Brisbane

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When is the best time to visit Brisbane?

Those booking flights to Brisbane in the hopes of experiencing the famed Queenshine sunshine are in luck, because the QLD capital is blessed with pretty great weather all year long. With about 2,800 hours of sunshine every year, there’s a good chance you can catch some of those rays whenever you travel on-board return flights to Brisbane.

For all the sunseekers, if you book flights to Brisbane in the summer (December to February), expect average temperatures to range from around 21°C to 30°C. However, these months are also when the city has the most amount of rainfall, which is often accompanied by thunderstorms. The high humidity and occasional downpour make summer the off-season however, so travellers that don’t mind a bit of drizzle may have an increased chance of snapping up cheap flights to Brisbane.

For Queensland sunshine without the high humidity, book flights to Brisbane for travel in autumn, spring or winter. Temperatures hover around the low- to mid-20s during the day, perfect for sightseeing and walking around the city. Be sure to book well in advance to get the best cheap flights to Brisbane, or you’re at risk of having to pay for last-minute fare increase.

What are the best places to stay in Brisbane?

Here are some of the best areas to stay when you book flights to Brisbane.

Brisbane CBD

If you’ve booked flights to Brisbane for business or simply want to be near all the main attractions, Brisbane CBD is a good spot to base yourself. Staying in the city means you can easily catch the AirTrain to Central Station from Brisbane Airport (BNE). You can also jump on the free City Hopper that travels along the river. There is also a good network of buses to areas like SouthBank, West End, Fortitude Valley and Kangaroo Point as well.


Southbank is about 45 minutes away on the BDVL train from Brisbane Airport. This area is a good option if you don’t want to stay in the middle of the city but want a location that still offers plenty to do during the day and at night, then book to stay in Southbank. It is only a 15-minute walk from Southbank into the Brisbane CBD> Once you book flights to Brisbane, make sure you secure your Southbank accommodation as soon as possible because, as home to some of Brisbane’s best restaurants, bars, pubs and cafes, good accommodation in the area can go quickly.

New Farm

For a more local feel to your Brisbane holiday, look to stay in New Farm. This suburb is still very easy to get to from Brisbane Airportand it is close to the city centre too, so transport isn’t an issue. New Farm is particularly popular with couples and families, which helps create a relaxed and welcoming vibe. The Brisbane Riverwalk also starts in New Farm, which is a great way to see the city, take some pictures and enjoy the famous Queensland sunshine.

What are the best things to do in Brisbane?

Australia’s third largest city has ample to offer its visitors. From cuddling koalas to exploring the city’s scenic wharves, you won’t be short of things to do. Just make sure your return flights to Brisbane keep you in the city long enough to fit everything in.

See koalas up close

Visitors with flights to Brisbane can’t miss the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. The 18-hectare Koala Sanctuary is found out in the leafy suburb of Fig Tree Pocket and is the world's oldest and largest koala sanctuary. If you’re looking for an authentic Australian wildlife experience, snap up some cheap flights to Brisbane and be on your way to holding one of Australia's most loved marsupials!

Explore the wharves

The Howard Smith Wharves precinct is a scenic spot on the fringe of the city. From sipping on a spritz under the Story Bridge, to sampling craft beer at a microbrewery, the wharves let you enjoy Brisbane’s river views in style.

Have a dip in the city beach

Did you know Brisbane has a beach in the middle of the city? If you’ve booked flights to Brisbane with children, Streets Beach is a great place for a family day out. There are kids’ pools and a range of family-friendly cafes and restaurants in the area to grab a bite from when you’ve worked up an appetite from splashing about in the water

Located among the picturesque parklands of Southbank, you could almost forget you’re in the heart of the city if it weren’t for the skyscrapers nearby. The beach is free to use and is a perfect go-to if you want to combine city living with some sandy downtime.

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