You’re going to love these Brisbane apartments. So close to everything. Spice Apartments South Brisbane are the epitome of everything you could possibly want out of Brisbane accommodation with the cultural precinct right at your doorstep, and the Suncorp Stadium just across the Go Between Bridge. A brisk ten minute walk is all you need to get you to the game, or concert.
You might also be considering a romantic escape to the middle of Brisbane. There won’t be a day without adventure, especially when the Queensland Art Gallery and Museum are so nearby. Culture vultures rejoice. There are plenty more galleries and venues to visit as well. In the evening catch a show at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre or discover the diverse eateries in Little Stanley Street. It’s chocka with artisan cafes and bistros of every cuisine and food type. If you are looking for superb a la carte then the riverside restaurants on Spring Hill are also a popular option. Then there’s always a night out in the West End. A little bit arty and bohemian, you’ll find plenty of options for a drink and dinner for two.
If you are bringing the family there are yet more adventures to be had in Brisbane. Just because you’re in the middle of a city does not mean you can’t go to the beach. Streets Beach on the Brisbane River is the place to go. The largest man made fresh water beach in the Southern Hemisphere, Streets Beach is a marvel of urban design which the kids will love too. Drop your beach towel and relax with a good book while the kids have a romp in the water. You might like to join them if the mercury rises.
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These might just be the best holiday apartments Brisbane you will find. They represent great value for money when it comes to staying in the Brisbane CBD. The Spice Apartments South Brisbane’s central Brisbane location and proximity to the Southbank are unbeatable. For holidays in Brisbane, this is a great place to stay.
All the state galleries and museums are here in Southbank and are within walking distance of each other. The GOMA, Queensland Museum and Science Centre and the Queensland Performing Arts Centre are all on the same strip with the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre across the road.
Culture vultures rejoice, there are plenty of other sights and things to do in central Brisbane. Why not visit Chinatown in Fortitude Valley. It’s the slick and modern version with several superb asian restaurants to try out, including Chinese, Thai and Vietnamese cuisines. Who could resist a name like Fat Dumpling, or Longtime. It’s all fun, and what’s more there’s a place to suit every taste throughout the areas surrounding Southbank. Just cross the Victoia Bridge to the Brisbane CBD and you will be engulfed in choices, especially on the East Street side of the Brisbane.
If you prefer staying within the confines of Southbank then Little Stanley Street is the place to go. Also swelling with eateries, but as you may suspect, you’ll be taking a walk down the bohemian side with more artisanal style cafes and bistros on offer.
There’s so many fun things to do while on holiday in Brisbane. For the kids there’s the famous Streets Beach. The Southern Hemisphere’s largest manmade fresh water beach and what a beauty it is. The sand is pristine white and silky smooth surrounded by tropical foliage and patrolled at all times by qualified lifesavers. Who said a holiday has to be beside the sea.
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