Brisbane

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Brisbane is a subtropical region with hot summers and heavy rainfall, occasionally accompanied by thunderstorms and floods; mild and dry winters. Sunny days over the years, long sunshine, large temperature difference between day and night
 
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Brisbane International Airport (Code: BNE)
Queen Street Mall, 167 Queen St, Brisbane City QLD 4000
(07) 3006 6290

Introduction of Brisbane

Brisbane is the capital of Queensland and the third largest city in Australia after Sydney and Melbourne. Brisbane is located on both sides of the Brisbane River downstream of (Brisbane River) in the eastern part of the Australian mainland, about 25 kilometers from the mouth of the river, and (Sunshine Coast), on the northern edge of the sunny coast. Gold Coast., an international tourist resort in the south

Located in the (Brisbane River) alluvial plain of the Brisbane River between the Great Watershed and (Moreton Bay) in Morton Bay, the Brisbane metropolitan area is a city developed from the coastline, rivers and ports to the west inland, with its downtown location on the Brisbane River. 15 kilometer (s) from estuary Morton Bay. Queensland uses this as the main political and transportation axis, further north-south. Brisbane International, inland airports, and international seaports are on both sides of the Brisbane estuary.

Brisbane is the host city of the 1982 Commonwealth Games, the 1988 World Expo, the 2001 World Friendship Games (Goodwill Games), and the Asia-Pacific cities Summit in 1996, 2003, 2007, 2011, 2015 and the Group of Twenty Summit in 2014.


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  • 布里斯班所属的昆士兰州使用澳大利亚东部标准时间(AEST),比北京时间快2小时;
  • 昆士兰州不采用夏令时,夏天时间不变。

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