Living in Brisbane
Brisbane is the capital of Queensland and the third most populated city with 2 million inhabitants. Living in Brisbane will offer you the opportunity to enjoy a city within reach of man, easy to get around, especially due to its 27 km of cycle track and, in addition to being an important economic and cultural center, you can discover all the beauty of the wild Australian.
Studying in Brisbane is the perfect choice for those who want to split their time between studying, enjoyment and relaxation. Brisbane is a city on the move, the site of festivals and cultural events (Brisbane Comedy Festival, International Film Festival, Irish Festival, to name a few) and is surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes. Art, culture, entertainment, nature and a tropical climate make Brisbane one of the goals of the study preferred by people.
Located near the most easterly point of Australia, the climate in Brisbane is sub-tropical and is characterized by hot, humid summers and winters moderately warm with average maximum temperatures of 30 degrees.
The rainfall occur mainly during the summer with thunderstorms, especially in the period between January and March.
What to do
Scouring the city of Brisbane, you’ll discover a cutting-edge city with many attractions and activities an overnight trip.
You can climb the famous Story Bridge and after enjoying the panorama of the city, go biking on the South Bank Park with over 17 hectares of parks, restaurants, attractions and museums.
Or get your inspiration by visiting the GoMA, the largest Australian gallery of contemporary art, ascend the Brisbane River by kayak while admiring the surrounding landscape or still allow yourself a day of shopping at Collective Markets.
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