Christmas In Brisbane- What Are Places To Explore On a Delayed Business Meet

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Christmas in Australia is quite different from what we used to think. Santa doesn’t arrive on a boogie board, wearing the thongs and gift us. It’s more about celebrating the time with family, friends and eat something delicious. So, if you’re hanging around in Brisbane this summer, here are few top places to catch the Christmas spirit.

  • The Biggest Christmas Tree In Brisbane:

If you’re landing in the Christmas eve, take the airport transfer in Brisbane to check out the king George square as the cultural hub to celebrate the Christmas. It’s 22 meters high X-mas tree with a colourful projection that lit up the entire city.

  • Christmas Gift Market:

More time left before attaining the business meet? Why not visit Christmas gift market for trinkets and treasure for some unique handmade gifts. You will enjoy the warm weather while enjoying the lemonade. You can even find several bars and restaurant found along the little Stanley street.

  • Enchanted Garden to Experience the Christmas Lights:

Why not head to Roma Street Parkland? The Enchanted Garden there has free entry and opportunity for Instagram-worthy photoshoot with beautiful plants and flowers around.

  • Outdoor Christmas Cinema to Get Into the Festive Mood:

It’s a good idea to bring the picnic blanket at the lawn at River Quay and surround yourself with a snack and drop to catch a Christmas themed movies. South bank’s Christmas cinema will be displayed at River Quay. And, it will start on Friday 14 December.

  • Christmas Fireworks:

South Bank is the must to go spot a few days before Christmas. So, you just reached the city? Take an airport transfer service in Brisbane to reach the waterfront for Creme De La Creme of views and catch the firework display.

  • Don’t Miss the Live-action at QPAC:

Nothing seems more classic than the nutcracker at Christmas. Queensland Ballet has some shows to wow you with storytelling and pointed toes.

  • Picnic and Swimming:

The Gap Creek Reserve has an authentic bush feel. It takes 15 minutes from Brisbane city. Relax on the grass, while lapping the water- doesn’t it sound amazing?

If you want to enjoy something out of the city, sunny coast bush walk takes just an hour from the city by car. The Glass House Mountains, Mt Coolum, Mt Ngungun, Mt Coot-tha, Koala Sanctuary, and surrounding regions offer wide walking tracks perfect for activity as well as Instagram worthy shots.

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