Considered to be the third populous city on Australia which holds about 2 million people and is in the state of Queensland (QLD) is the city of Brisbane. With magnificent tourist attractions making it the third most popular destination for tourists international or national like the world’s first koala sanctuary called the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and South Bank Parklands, this city can be an excellent place to settle in if you have taste for adventure and comprehension.
There are many great suburbs to live in Brisbane. If you want an urban lifestyle and want to near the Central Business District (CBD), choosing these places won’t be a dilemma. Inner-city suburbs like Kelvin Grove are a good choice to visit or live in. Once a sleepy community, Kelvin Grove is now one of the most exhilarating Brisbane Suburbs. Located just 3 kilometers from the CBD, it hosts Queensland’s second largest theatre called the La Boite Theatre. Its residential area called the Kelvin Grove Urban Village is a somewhat modern village with the “Queenslander” touch in it connecting to the Kelvin Grove Road. If you are looking for a place with a sports oriented community, Woolloongabba is the place to go. Its famous cricket stadium called “The Gabba” has held cricket games since the year 1896 and home to Brisbane’s AFL team the Brisbane Lions. West End on the other hand is a diverse and fascinating suburb just 3 kilometers from the CBD. Separated by bridges from the CBD, time here is slow and you can leisure yourself from a coffee, or a big meal, or even shop that you can find almost anything in Boundary Street. A Family oriented community is Bulimba 4 kilometers northeast from the CBD. It is a popular place to meet up with its various attractions. With multiple ferry terminals, you can easily travel around the suburb to enjoy the unique restaurants, cafes, and boutiques the Bulimba precinct has to offer.
The Gap is a suburb for those who want the feel of nature or getting close to it. 11 kilometers from the CBD and a population of more than 16 thousand residents, it is surrounded by rich a forest and a bush land to make feel one living in remote. The famous Brisbane Forest Park is the main attraction The Gap has to offer; there you can plan various recreational activities such as bushwalking, camping, horse back riding and even educational tours and sessions about the wildlife within the park.
However, a different experience can be felt. Away from the city life and into the soft cool breeze from the sea is Wynnum. A suburb some 25 kilometers from the CBD is a “home-by-the-sea” residential area which offers breathtaking and uninterrupted views to the islands. Focused on the Moreton Bay, there are lush walkways and bikeways for morning joggers and cyclist to enjoy the breeze in the morning. The Demographic of the place is splendid as many families retire and reside there for a peaceful and happy life. Finding Brisbane Suburbs regarding to different taste will be less worrying if you travel around and feel the wondrous experience the Queensland State offers.