Brisbane was founded upon the ancient homelands of the Indigenous Turrbal and Jagera peoples. The city was named after the Brisbane river on which it is located. Brisbane, located in the southeast corner of Queensland, is the capital and the most populous city of Queensland, Australia, second hottest capital city and the third largest and the oldest cities in the country. With Amazing weather throughout the year, friendly locals, refined culture, scenic beauty, stone bridge, and numerous museums, Brisbane attracts a large number of travellers all year along.
Brisbane is the third most popular tourist destination after Sydney and Melbourne and tourism plays a major role in Brisbane’s economy. Brisbane is well known for its architecture which forms much of the city’s heritage. Brisbane has a humid subtropical climate with hot and wet summers and dry and warm winters. A walk-through city botanic gardens admiring the sculptures and ornamental ponds, a delicious meal at the open-air eateries or enjoy a ferry ride in the river are few the of the attractions of Brisbane which one can included in their to-do list.