The gothic white towers of Indooroopilly’s Walter Taylor Bridge have long been a source of public fascination
The Queensland Police Museum is a fascinating secret trove that contains the history of crime, law and order
St Stephen’s Chapel, the first church built on this site, sits like the child of the much larger cathedral beside it.
Brisbane's largely modern network of buses, RiverCats, ferries and trains are by and large a pleasant and amenable - although sadly, not cheap- way to get around.
Working gas lit street lamps still frame the entrances to this Edwardian Baroque building housing the Treasury Hotel and inside, no two heritage guest rooms are the same.
Just outside the Valley’s pulsating heart, this 27 room no frills hotel in a converted 1950’s shop offers good value for the traveller looking for comfort.
Behind two Parisienne style cafes on Albert St lies a tiny wood-panelled art deco arcade, the discreet entrance to the Royal Albert.
This elegant apartment hotel occupies the building that played a pivotal role in World War II, as the chief headquarters of US General Douglas MacArthur.
This hip and happening uber chic hotel, located on the fringe of Fortitude Valley, is a destination within itself courtesy of its rooftop bar.
A wide range of individually decorated accommodation is on offer within this brick tower in the quiet back streets of Kangaroo Point.
Hercule Poirot would be right at home in this gloriously opulent five storey hilltop Victorian villa with its four private guestrooms.
These two charming beautifully-equipped cottages are secreted within a private rustic garden just outside of Rosalie Village in the inner west.
Occupying an historic timber house circa 1872, this charming little hostel features rooms with traditional Qld VJ walls and modern comforts.
A relaxed subtropical vibe permeates this popular hostel, located on Petrie Terrace behind a yellow stucco wall dripping with bougainvillea.
This hostel has been operating as a budget accommodation option for out-of-towners since its creation as the People’s Palace by Salvation Army architect Colonel Saunders in 1911.
A modern and slick outfit, Chill is the closest backpackers to the city centre from the Upper Roma St’s backpacker alley.
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