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Tourist Attractions in Brisbane

Boasting a convenient location in the centre of Brisbane city, Sofitel Brisbane Central offers unmatched access to the most popular tourist attractions, nightlife and cultural attractions. 

THINGS TO DO IN BRISBANE

Brisbane is emerging as one of Australia's most fast moving and modern culinary destinations, we invite you to discover all that Brisbane has to offer from riverside dining, quirky cafes and vibrant bars DISCOVER MORE 

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Queen Plaza (550m)

Part of the one-kilometre retail stretch of Queen Street Mall, Queens Plaza offers a range of shopping and dining for everyone. This retail hub has Myer department store, which includes a variety of exclusive stores

Eagle Street Pier (1km)

Lovers of the gourmet lifestyle can indulge in the acclaimed dining at Eagle Street Pier. Many of the restaurants and bars have stunning views of The Story Bridge, Kangaroo Point and Brisbane River. This includes River Bar, Jade Buddha, Aria Restaurant Brisbane, Georges Paragon Seafood Restaurant and Cha Cha Char. On Sundays 7am-3pm this area also holds a crafts, clothes and food market which sells local and imported, quality hand-made goods.

Gallery of Modern Art and Queensland Museum and Science Centre (1.3km)

Located in South Brisbane just across the river from the CBD, the Gallery of Modern Art boasts world-class exhibits at Australia’s largest modern art museum.

Southbank and Roma Street Parklands (1.3km)

Kangaroo Point (1.6km)

Glasshouse Mountain (67.8km)

Sofitel Brisbane Central is an easy train ride, or one hour drive to the beautiful Sunshine Coast hinterland. Here you can go on a range of walks, hikes or climbs of the nearby mountains to get spectacular 360 degrees of the Sunshine Coast from Caloundra to Noosa of the coastline and surrounding hinterland.

Sofitel Brisbane Central

249, Turbot Street,
Brisbane
QLD 4000

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