Getting to Brisbane
With more than 22 million passengers in 2014/15, the award-winning Brisbane Airport is the third busiest in Australia. Brisbane is the closest destination for international travellers to Australia and is a great hub to start from for many Australian experiences.
Once you’ve arrived, getting around Brisbane is a pleasure with its first-class network of travel and transport links. From the airport, board the Airtrain for a direct transfer to the city (kids 14 and under travel free) and links the domestic and international terminals. Brisbane Airport is located less than 20 minutes from the city centre via train.
Exclusive Brisbane Airtrain Offer
With thanks to Brisbane's Airtrain they are offering any of the ANZSCoS delegates a special discounted fare. To utilise this offer simply present this letter at the Airtrain station.
The Cruise Terminal at Portside Wharf welcomes the majority of cruise liners that dock in Brisbane. Located on the north side of the city and home to a buzzing dining precinct, Portside Wharf is a luxury landing for cruise passengers.
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Brisbane enjoys subtropical climate providing warm to hot weather for most of the year. November is spring with average temperatures between 15 - 25°C (59 - 77°F). Warm, sunny days are tempered by cool sea breezes.
Australian money comes in both notes and coins. The notes are: $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100. The coins are: 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, and $1 and $2. You’ll find currency exchange facilities at the international airport, throughout the city centre, and at most banks and Australia Post offices.
Brisbane operates on Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) which is UTC/GMT+10 in the month of November.