Brisbane, the capital state of Queensland in Australia, is not only a wonderful place to live in and it is also a versatile destination for tourist activities catering for families, couples or groups of friends. Home to numerous fun activities, a plethora of flora and fauna and indigenous aboriginal tribes as well. Surrounded by the most beautiful places on the Australian East Coast, Brisbane makes a perfect travel destination for those who love being outdoors in the sunny weather. The city’s landscape is also fortunate with blends of historic buildings and modern elegance, plus it's a clean, green and friendly atmosphere.
The city of Brisbane is blessed with a mild, subtropical climate together with a relaxed and sophisticated culture. These qualities are the main reason why many tourists are attracted to travelling to the city. Weather-wise, the ideal time to travel to Brisbane would be from March to May during the autumn season when temperatures are pleasant. Looking to travel during festival season? Then the best time to fly to Brisbane would be in September when the celebration of the month-long arts known as the Brisbane Festival is ongoing.
Kalibo International Airport – Situated only 2 kilometres away from the main city of Kalibo, the Kalibo International Airport is the main terminal operating international and domestic flights to the city, its surrounding area and Boracay. Being one of two airports serving the well-known tourist destination, Boracay, the Kalibo International Airport caters flights to and from various major cities in the country and also internationally such as Singapore, Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur.
Brisbane Airport – The primary international airport serving Brisbane and South East Queensland are known as the Brisbane Airport. The airport terminal accommodates to 31 airline carriers with flight routes to 50 domestic and 29 international destinations including non-stop flights via Philippine Airlines. It is a major hub for Australian airlines Virgin Australia and Qantas, and other low-cost airlines such as Jetstar and Tigerair Australia.
Brisbane’s climate is mild with a humid subtropical climate. Due to its proximity to the Coral Sea, Brisbane's overall temperature varies little compared to other parts of the country. Summers in Brisbane are long, hot and wet and winter days are shorter and witness moderately dry and warm temperatures. Brisbane is known for its warm temperatures. Also, the city is Australia’s second hottest city after Darwin in Northern Territory, its neighbouring state.