Brisbane is the capital city of Queensland, and third largest city of Australia. Still this city has maintained the soothing and relaxed lifestyle. Brisbane is the city with subtropical climate, calm and relaxed café culture and welcoming locals. This place is an idea place for international students to live the perfect life, while enjoying the natural beauty of Australia. Brisbane is the second-fastest growing urban center in the western world and considered as one of the “happiest cities” of Australia (so the brownie points for that)
Now when we talk about the study abroad, the few points, that are very important for international students are the environment, culture and behavior of people and their beliefs. Because these things usually have great impact on international student’s life. An international student when plan to travel for study abroad more likely to have all the information about the country, city or its culture and climate, and Brisbane is one of those cities in Australia that never disappoints students. Brisbane has many reputed universities, offering world-class education with wide range of programs, which rank as some of the best in the country, especially in the field of Media, Education, Business and communication. Brisbane is the place where student do not only like and admire the quality of education but also the lifestyle and environment. Some important information for student who are planning to study abroad in Brisbane or even are already there, Edvise hub has listed few mesmerizing sights that you can’t miss out while your stay at Brisbane.
Eat Street Markets:
This is the best place for all the foodies, the whole street full of different sort of food and beverages is the perfect place for almost everyone, especially for food lovers. Eat Street markets are filled with different bars, food vendors, shops and live music, which makes it even more pleasant to visit.
The best time to visit this place is when you are hungry and craving for some food, markets open every Friday and Saturday from 4-10pm and on Sunday from 11am to 8pm, it will hardly cost you $2.50 AUD to enter this place.
The Wheel of Brisbane:
One of the exciting things to do is Brisbane is to see the whole Brisbane from the giant 60-meter-high Ferris wheel, which gives the perfect look of city along with the exciting ride. If you want to see the whole city and the river, best time to go for this is in the day light but at night it offer the perfect view of lights both from the city and wheel itself- it has 65,000 LED lights.
It is best place for quick “Me Time” from exhausting and busy schedule. International student who want to get away from studies for a while and want to relax can easily go to this sparkling man made streets beach. This place is located in the middle of the city, which is convenient for everyone to visit it.
The Brisbane Sign:
What can be the better evidence than the giant sign with the city name for you to prove your visit there; it is one of the biggest attractions for tourist and international students. It is located near the south bank ferry stop. It is equally beautiful at day as its night, you can see different picture on the letters in daytime and at night, and it’s all lighten up with beautiful colors.
If you want to see the different side of Brisbane, you should go and check out the Kangaroos point. It offers the breathtaking view of the river and city. You can easily head to kangaroos point by taking the ferry and enjoy your short vaccy there.
The heaven for art lovers, Goma is place filled with around 16,000 art works inside its walls. It is one of the most innovative art space in Australia, called the Gallery of Modern Art. It is no less than a sight to sore eyes for everyone. If you are free and have nothing to do, Goma is the best place to visit, the building itself is piece of art and you will be admiring it before you have even enter the doors. It is free of cost except for some special exhibitions.
These all are the must visit places in Brisbane, you can check Edvise Hub’s other blogs on different cities of Australia and find out what fun thing you can do next, while you are doing your degree or just visiting Australia. We also have blogs on different universities and their best programs.