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The Best Time to Visit Brisbane
For mild temperatures and lower prices, the best time to visit Brisbane is in autumn. From March to May, the wet season starts to come to an end, and the weather begins to cool off. Buy your flights Sydney to Brisbane over these months if you want to attend the Brisbane Comedy Festival or the Redcliffe Festival of Sails.
Those travelling on a strict budget travellers may also have a much easier time finding deals on hotels and plane tickets to Brisbane from Sydney. June to August is one of the most popular periods for travellers on incoming Sydney to Brisbane flights. The temperatures are comfortable, and there is usually hardly a raincloud in sight. It's the perfect time to visit if you want to attend the city's outdoor events. The Queensland Music Festival, the Out of the Box Festival and Ekka are some of the best festivals to plan your Sydney to Brisbane return flights around.
The summer months are a quiet time for Brisbane. It's the city's wet season and the hot and humid weather keeps most travellers away. If you're searching for deals on cheap flights Sydney to Brisbane, this is the best time to find them. Hotels and top attractions can be less crowded, and there are still a few festivals to attend, such as the MELT and Woodford Folk Festival. September to November is another high season for Brisbane. The warm days are ideal for making the most of the city's busy events calendar.
Some of the top events to attend include the much-loved Brisbane Festival and Oktoberfest Brisbane. If you want to visit, it's a good idea to book your hotel and Sydney to Brisbane flights several months in advance.
Landmarks and Monuments You Can't-Miss in Brisbane
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
One of the best things to do in Brisbane is to visit the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. To get here, you can hire a car when you buy your cheap flights to Brisbane from Sydney or choose from what’s available at Brisbane Airport (BNE). Alternatively, you can book a spot on the Koala and River Cruise. It departs from the city's Cultural Centre Pontoon every morning. Once you're at the sanctuary, you can spend a few hours with some of Australia's most iconic animals such as koalas, kangaroos, and wombats.
Brisbane Botanic Gardens at Mount Coot-tha
Want a panoramic view of the city? Head up to the Brisbane Botanic Gardens at Mount Coot-tha. It's 7 kilometres from the city centre and is spread across 128 acres. Some of the top sights in the gardens include the Japanese gardens, the largest collection of Australian rainforest trees and the Hide 'n' Seek Children's Trail. Entrance to the gardens is free, making it an excellent activity for budget-conscious travellers buying flights Sydney to Brisbane. Before heading back to your hotel, drive up to the stunning Brisbane Lookout Mount Coot-tha!
Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art
Searching for more free activities in Brisbane? Don't miss out on visiting the Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art. It's located along the waterfront and both galleries house more than 1,700 pieces of art. As well as the permanent exhibitions, there are always special exhibits on display. So whether it's your first or tenth time buying Sydney to Brisbane flights, there's something new to see!
Cafes and Restaurants in Brisbane
Brisbane is Australia's third-largest city. From beautiful garden retreats to hole-in-the-wall gems, here are some of the best spots for travellers with tickets to Brisbane from Sydney to grab a meal.
Wild Canary is located inside the Brookfield Garden Centre. It’s 10 minutes’ drive from the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, making it easy for visitors with flights Sydney to Brisbane to get to after a day at the sanctuary. Dine on freshly baked cakes or some of the sustainably-focused meals, such as a croque madame, slow-braised beef cheeks, or a twice-baked beetroot souffle. All the ingredients used by the kitchen are grown within South East Queensland or on-site. Wild Canary is must-visit for travellers booking cheap flights Sydney to Brisbane that love supporting sustainable businesses.
Morning After is one of the top brunch spots for tourists buying flights Sydney to Brisbane. Stop by before you begin exploring and fuel up with one of their dishes. Some of the breakfast choices that are firm favourites with locals and travellers alike are the breakfast carbonara and the MaMuffin. A separate lunch menu covers pork belly boa, chicken panang curry, and crispy salmon with turmeric hummus. Morning After is a 20-minute ride from Brisbane Airport (BNE). If you've got an afternoon flight back home, it is a great option for one last meal in Queensland.