Amazing Christmas tree and light show right in the heart of the city.
Focal pointThis is one of the city focal points.. there’s churches at one end, the town hall ... plenty of space for public shows and gatherings. Amazing architecture
A landmark square in the center of Brisbane, but it's really small in scale. It's actually an open space in front of the city hall, plus some statues. Half of the square is shops, especially restaurants. Because it is located in the city center and is also a meeting point for several main roads, this place is very lively, and it is also very clean and orderly.
Australia's third largest city-Brisbane
After going to the Lone Pine Koala Park and Kuta Mountain in the west of the city, follow the navigation to the east and return to the city soon.
Driving in the urban area of Brisbane is more comfortable than Sydney and Melbourne, probably because there are fewer people and cars compared to those two big guys.
There are many scenic spots in the city. Stop by, go to George Square, City Hall, Twilight Market. These are three consecutive attractions. In the city center, the map searches the nearby parking lot. It takes 5 minutes to park and walk. The square is being decorated for Christmas.
This square is very large, but there are not many tourists, so it gives the square a refreshing and relaxing atmosphere, and this square also has a large pavilion with a large pavilion. Its ceiling is very modern and gives people a novelty. feel.
King George Square is a large public square and available for corporate events, festivals, concerts and exhibitions. Underneath is the location of the bus station. Far too bland looking, and t...
Visiting Brisbane from Cairns we decided to head over to King George Square on 23/12/20 & view the beautiful Xmas Light Show & Dance Show. A beautiful experence for all ages to enjoy & very crowded.
Came through here to go to the Museum of Brisbane and later see the light show on City Hall, there are a few eateries around and it's a large open space with a generally nice feel.
A few random delinquents hanging around being nuisances, but overall it's a nice place to walk through
Had a walk through this large spacious square adjacent to Ann street. The Brisbane City Hall is also adjacent to the square. There are lots of cafes & restaurants in and around here too. When we wa...
Preston_Dominguez: Ann Street, Brisbane, Queensland 4000, Australia
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