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What are Brisbane’s most famous landmarks and monuments?
Story Bridge is one of the most iconic landmarks to see after flights to Brisbane from Dunedin. It spans the Brisbane River, connecting the neighbourhoods of Kangaroo Point and Fortitude Valley. Visitors with flights Dunedin to Brisbane can walk across Story Bridge to admire the views over Brisbane’s skyscrapers. Alternatively, you could do the official Story Bridge Climb. The climb takes you up about 80 metres (262 feet) and promises views that extend from Brisbane City all the way to the Glass House Mountains and Moreton Bay.
Brisbane City Hall
Brisbane City Hall was constructed in the 1920s and is one of Brisbane’s heritage-listed buildings. City Hall features a clock tower that contrasts with the primarily modern buildings around it. Inside, visitors with cheap flights Dunedin to Brisbane will see vaulted ceilings, marble staircases and mosaic floors. Entrance to Brisbane City Hall is free, and there are free guided tours throughout the day. Entry to the Clock Tower is also free. Within City Hall, you’ll also find the Museum of Brisbane, which showcases Brisbane’s history and culture through art.
If you’re a fan of sport, you can’t go wrong with a visit to the Gabba after flights Dunedin to Brisbane. This world-famous stadium has hosted a variety of sporting events, but it’s most famous for the cricket contests held on the turf. When you book tickets to Brisbane from Dunedin, you could experience the Gabba by taking a tour. Tours take place Thursdays at 11am and give visitors an inside look at the stadium. To experience the Gabba in action, plan to visit for a cricket match or AFL game when you have cheap flights Dunedin to Brisbane.
What are the best restaurants and cafes in Brisbane?
Sit down to contemporary Australian cuisine at Rogue Bistro when you are in Queensland on Dunedin to Brisbane return flights. The restaurant’s interior design is sleek and minimal, and the plates emerging from the kitchen are as beautifully plated as they are delicious. Rogue is open for dinner, as well as private dining, and the menu changes seasonally. Order from the a la carte offering, choosing from the likes of crispy pork belly with charred fruit, braised lamb shoulder with onion rings, or burnt butter gnocchi alongside creamed pumpkin and broccolini. A smattering of snacks, sides and desserts are also available. Rogue also holds a degustation dining experience every Wednesday night. During these Rogue Dego evenings, visitors with Dunedin to Brisbane flights enjoy six courses for $65 AUD (about $70 NZD).
Wooden Horse Restaurant & Bar
Wooden Horse Restaurant & Bar in Clayfield combines the tastes of modern Australia and classic Italian cuisines. Head to Wooden Horse after your Dunedin to Brisbane flights to feast on pizzas, steaks, and pasta made with locally-sourced ingredients. The lunch and dinner menu has all your bases covered, and the restaurant is also open for breakfast with a brunch menu offering eggs benedict, vegan hash, goats’ yoghurt panna cotta, and burgers. The Wooden Horse also puts on specialty evenings, including Steak Night on Wednesdays and Italian Night on Thursdays. These evenings feature dishes not on the normal dinner menu.
Libertine Restaurant and Cocktail Bar
With its delicious food and decadent design, Libertine is an amazing spot to head out to when you have cheap flights to Brisbane from Dunedin. The restaurant is located in the Barracks, a heritage-listed dining precinct in Brisbane’s city centre. Libertine’s menu features a variety of French-Vietnamese street food-style dishes. Visitors with cheap flights to Brisbane from Dunedin can choose to order their own items or select a few sharing plates for a group. Travellers with an extra hearty appetite after Dunedin to Brisbane flights can simply tell their waiter “I’m hungry” and wait to receive seven courses (as determined by the kitchen) of some of Libertine’s top dishes for $65 AUD (about $70 NZD). Some of the plates you can opt for upon your visit include Moreton Bay bug toast, tiger prawn croissant, whole baby barramundi, mushroom and leek pithivier, and watermelon and pomegranate sald.
Goodness Gracious Cafe
The menu at Goodness Gracious Cafe changes with the seasons. The cafe prides itself on its diverse menu that offers dishes for all dietary preferences and intolerances. Dishes you could order here after flights Dunedin to Brisbane include acai bowls, French croissant benedict, and tandoori cauliflower. You’ll also find a range of high-quality coffee and tea drinks as well as smoothies.
What is the cost of visiting Brisbane after Dunedin to Brisbane flights?
After booking cheap flights Dunedin to Brisbane, you can also use Webjet to book your accommodation and rental car. On average, a hotel room in the centre of Brisbane costs about $200 NZD per night. If you decide to rent a car, you can hire one from Brisbane Airport (BNE) for rates starting at about $30 NZD per day.
If you’d prefer to take public transport after your flights Dunedin to Brisbane, you can take advantage of free buses in the inner city. If you’ll be travelling out of the CBD, paper tickets on public transport cost $4.80 AUD (about $5.20 NZD) for one zone or $5.80 AUD (about $6.25 NZD) for two zones. To save money on each journey, purchase a Go card for $10 AUD (about $10.80 NZD), which will save you 30% on each fare.
Eating and drinking is another expense to keep in mind when you have flights to Brisbane from Dunedin. A meal from a casual restaurant costs about $18 AUD (about $19.40 NZD), a latte averages about $4 AUD (about $4.30 NZD), and a pint of beer is about $8 AUD (about $8.60 NZD).