Brisbane is the capital city of Queensland, Australia, and its most populous city is Sydney. It is also the third-largest city in the country, according to the 2016 Census. In 2016, there were 5.4 million residents in Brisbane, and the metro area has a population of 8.9 million. The city’s climate is subtropical, similar to the rest of the country. Summers are extremely hot and humid, while winter is wet and cool.
Getting To Brisbane
The Qantas and Virgin Australia airlines both operate direct flights from London, with connections from other major cities including Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles. The airport has direct connections to other Australian cities as well, with daily services to and from Sydney, Canberra, and Melbourne. Flights from London take around 10 hours, and cost £259.00. Other flight options from the UK to Brisbane include London City Airport. Traveling from Ireland, you can take a connecting flight to Sydney before taking a connecting flight to Brisbane.
Airports In and Around Brisbane
The following are the major airports that serve Brisbane and the surrounding area: