Brisbane is the capital of Queensland and the hub to the rest of the Sunshine State, home to the Gold Coast, Australia's most famous theme parks, the Great Barrier Reef, and the wondrous Whitsundays. Brisbane has a successful economy and is one of Australia's rapidly growing cities.
The best time to visit Brisbane is from March to May–the fall of the Southern Hemisphere. Temperatures during this season are between the high 50s and mid-80s, with little rainfall later in the season. Yet keep in mind that you'll need to slather on the sunscreen: Brisbane sees an average of eight hours of sunshine per day thanks to its subtropical climate. Winter (June to August) and spring (September to November) are also common times to visit thanks to the mild weather and dry days. But these two seasons have also seen a lot of hotels booked firmly, particularly in September during the month-long celebration of the arts known as the Brisbane Festival. If you plan to visit during the arts festival, arrange your accommodation well in advance. You'll find better airfares and hotel room deals during Brisbane's rainy, wet season, which stretches from December to early March but remember that the soggy weather could put a damper on your outdoor activities.
Brisbane Airport - Brisbane Airport is the main international airport serving Brisbane and South East Queensland. This airport consists of two different terminals which are the international and domestic one. The only airline that operates in this airport is PAL Express. Brisbane Airport has many interesting shops and restaurants within the airport, so you can shop or dine in while waiting for the plane to arrive or depart. It is easy to get in and out of the airport because there are many types of transportation available to visitors at Brisbane Airport.
Brisbane has a subtropical climate with hot or warm weather for most of the year. The climate of Brisbane is very sunny, with about 2,800 hours of sunshine per year. Most of the rainfall is in the summer. This could be in the form of rather awe-inspiring thunderstorms of torrential rain. Winter in Brisbane is warm. The blue skies are usual. Brisbane is especially sticky and damp in the three hottest months of the year: December, January and February. Coastal areas are slightly cooler in summer than inland.