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Glimpse of Melbourne and Gold Coast7 days & 6 nights
INR 1,51,400
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Embark on an exciting journey with the Brisbane tour packages from Thrillophilia. These packages are a gateway to a world where urban sophistication meets laid-back tranquillity. Your adventure is enriched by the inclusion of the Brisbane honeymoon packages, perfect for couples seeking a blend of romantic escapades and urban exploration. From witnessing the enchanting glow of the Story Bridge at night to savouring intimate dinners at riverside eateries, these packages have it all.

As you explore, Brisbane tours let you uncover hidden gems in every corner of the city. You can avail Australia tour packages and get to enjoy from the sun-soaked beaches of Moreton Island to the picturesque Mount Coot-tha, every moment is a discovery. Thrillophilia's expertly crafted tours ensure that your journey is not only enjoyable but also effortless, with seamless arrangements for accommodations, transportation, and guided excursions. So, pack your bags and get ready for an unforgettable adventure with Thrillophilia’s Brisbane tour package, where every detail is taken care of, leaving you free to create lasting memories.

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Visa Requirements for Brisbane Trip

Indian citizens planning a trip to Brisbane with a Brisbane tour package must secure an Australian Visitor Visa (subclass 600). This visa, suitable for tourism and short visits, allows stays of up to three months per visit within a 12-month period. Applying online at least 1-2 months before your trip is crucial, ensuring a smooth process. You will need a valid passport, proof of sufficient funds (like bank statements or payslips), and a detailed travel itinerary for the application. An invitation letter is required for sponsored visits.

The visa for Brisbane tours is digitally linked to your passport, meaning no physical stamp is necessary. The Australian government assesses each application, determining the visa's validity, which can sometimes extend up to 12 months. Requirements include maintaining health insurance during your stay and meeting specific financial and medical criteria. For those eligible, the Electronic Travel Authority visa (subclass 601) and eVisitor (subclass 651) are also options, offering multiple short stays within a year.

Best Time for Brisbane Trips

1. Peak Season: Brisbane, Australia, a city where the sun smiles almost all year round. When availing a Brisbane tour package, make sure to plan according to the different seasons. During the Australian summer of December to February, Brisbane buzzes with energy. This is the best time for beach enthusiasts and outdoor lovers. With temperatures averaging 30°C, it's ideal for surfing at nearby beaches or exploring the city's vibrant outdoor markets and festivals.

2.  Low Season: Despite the occasional rain, the weather mostly complements the lively atmosphere. Winter in Brisbane is hardly a deterrent and spans from June to August. With mild temperatures (11-21°C), it is perfect for those who prefer cooler weather. This is a great time to enjoy Brisbane’s cultural scene, including indoor concerts and museums, without the crowds. The clear skies and gentle weather are ideal for leisurely city tours or a calm river cruise.

3. Shoulder Season: The shoulder months from March to May and September to November, offer a sweet spot with moderate temperatures (15-25°C) and fewer tourists. This is an excellent time for those seeking a balance between exploring outdoor attractions and enjoying the city's urban offerings. The comfortable weather is ideal for hiking in nearby national parks or leisurely strolls through the Botanic Gardens.

How To Reach Brisbane

By Air: There are no direct flights to Brisbane from India but you can take connecting flights from major cities like Mumbai, Kolkata, and Bangalore, to the various layover cities like Colombo, Bali, Hanoi, Melbourne, Thiruchirapalli and Sydney and the connecting flights may take 8 to 20 hours.

Places to Visit on Brisbane Tour

Here are some of the best place to visit in Brisbane:

1. Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary:
Begin your Brisbane Tour Packages with a visit to the largest Koala Sanctuary in the world spread over an area of 18-hectare. Home to about 100 species of Australian wildlife, such as Kangaroos, Wallabies, kaleidoscopic rainbow lorikeets, dingoes, snakes, crocodiles and Koalas whom you can even cuddle. The heavenly sanctuary has Brisbane river flowing, potentially making your visit more serene. Buy the gift cards, take souvenirs with you, get a beautiful experience and enjoy beverages at the Riverside cafe with a view of a calm ever flowing river.

708 Jesmond Road, Fig Tree Pocket, Queensland
Timings: 9 AM to 5 PM,

2. Brisbane Botanic Gardens: Brisbane Tours are incomplete without the tour of an impressive collection of subtropical plants at Botanic Gardens which are one of the renowned gardens in town. The town is flooded with gardens, visit as much as you want, but don't forget to keep the Botanic Garden in your checklist. Being one of the oldest gardens, it has the largest collection of Australian rainforest trees in the world. Moreover, serene oasis, prime picnic spots, fountains, bamboo groves make the garden all the way more delightful, and the visit mesmerising.

Location: Alice Street, Brisbane City
Timings: 8 AM - 6 PM in summers (September - March), and 8 AM - 5 PM in winters (April - August)

3. Mount Coot-tha: When visiting Brisbane, don’t forget to stop by and to embrace the yet another beautiful spot Mount Coot-tha, a four-minute drive from the garden and 15 minutes drive from the Brisbane city centre. Admire the breathtaking views of the skyscrapers spread all over the city, and feel the smoothness of the sunset view and taste delicious food at the restaurant nearby with panoramic views all over. Mount Coot-tha completes the garden tours of Brisbane tour packages with its spectacular and picturesque views.

Location: Alice Street, Brisbane City
Timings: 8 AM - 6 PM in summers (September - March), and 8 AM - 5 PM in winters (April - August)

4. Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art: Admire the permanent exhibitions of classic, contemporary and indigenous Australian collection during your Brisbane tour at Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art. The Gallery consists of two adjacent yet contrasting buildings and is surrounded by waterfront in the South Bank Cultural precinct. Exhibiting more than 1700 artworks from all over the world, the gallery has awestruck interiors, with reflections of giant chandeliers on floors. The gallery displays works with special emphasis on Australia, Pacific, and Asia, and has an amazing collection to make the art lovers engage in animated conversations.

Location: Stanley Place, South Brisbane, Australia
Timings: 10 AM - 5 PM

5. Wheel of Brisbane: An exciting 10-12 minutes ride in the air-conditioned gondola/ capsule over the giant ferris wheel is a must activity that you should include in your Brisbane holiday packages. No reservation or prior booking required, so go down to the wheel, enjoy the views and explore the Brisbane Metropolis.  Being one of the best vantage points in the city, it’s an iconic landmark on the South Bank skyline. Don’t forget to experience the sight of a romantic sunset or the sparkling city lights.

Location: Russell Street, South Brisbane, Australia
Timings: 10 AM - 10 PM (Sunday - Thursday), 10 AM - 11 PM (Friday - Saturday)

6. Queen Street Mall: Shop from more than seven hundred retailers at Queensland's largest mall which is also called the heart of Brisbane City. You would find all the renowned luxury brand stores at the mall, such as five-storey David Jones, three floors of luxury designer stores, and the Myer Centre. On the other hand, the streets have several small boutiques where you can check out pocket friendly latest cloth designs. Find curated selection of local, national and international fashion stores throughout the QueensPlaza. Enjoy food and refreshments at the restaurants, and explore the perfect gifts for any occasion from the gift shop.

Location: Queen Street, Brisbane City, Queensland
Timings: Open 24 hours

7. Story Bridge: Brisbane tour packages offers a perfect adventure climb at the Story Bridge. It is a Cantilever Bridge, constructed during the phase of the Great 2. 2.Depression in the 1930s and has an unique architecture. It is one of the three bridge climbs in the world (After Sydney and Auckland) which you may climb at ease, irrespective of your fitness level. An overall experience of two hours, the bridge offers panoramic views of serene Brisbane river along with skyscrapers and amazing views of the city. Awaken you adventurous soul, and explore the new offering that is Walk the Plank, where you can walk out on a plank eighty metres above the sea level and road traffic rushes below.

Location: 170 Main Street, Kangaroo Point, Queensland
Timings: Open 24 hours

8. Moreton Island: Include the world’ third largest sand island also called a National Park in your Brisbane tour packages and enjoy its peaceful surroundings. Moreton Island is home to lush green vegetation, surrounded by azure waters whose rush leaves the sandy beaches pure white. Enjoy the adventurous sports of diving, snorkelling, quad biking, whale-watching cruises, Sea Kayaking, and Sandboarding. If you love dolphins, feed them at the Tangalooma Island resort, while enjoying the mesmerising atmosphere and panoramic views at the island. From the Cape Moreton Lighthouse you’d enjoy the best scenic views of the ocean and sunset.

Location: Coral Sea, Moreton Bay, Australia
Timings: Open 24 hours

9. Museum of Brisbane: “Small in size, big in stories”, the museum is a must include in the Brisbane Tours as it brings the stories and history of the city to life. The series of the state-of-the-art exhibitions have covered everything ranging from the convict history to devastating floods of Brisbane. You would find the museum to be housed in Brisbane’s premier heritage building, which has occupied the top level of the City Hall. Museum was renovated in 2013, adding new exhibitions that have been designed to engage the visitors from all stages of life. Enjoy the beautiful views of the magnificent clock tower among the awestruck views of the city.

Location: Level 3, Brisbane City Hall, Adelaide Street, Brisbane
Timings: 10 AM - 5PM

10. Nepalese Peace PagodaAdd Nepalese Peace Pagoda in your Brisbane tour packages and delve into its history of woodcarving of buildings, that was practised by Nepalese artisans in the town. Originating in Kathmandu valley, over one hundred and sixty craftsmen of the valley have created the Nepalese Peace Pagoda with hard work for over a duration of more than two years. The Pagoda was constructed as a part of Brisbane's World Expo in 1988, where artisans demonstrated their skills and provided food services in Nepalese style.

Location: Clem Jones Promenade, South Brisbane, Australia
Timings: Open 24 Hours

Things to Do on Brisbane Tours

Here are some of the best things to do in Brisbane:

1. Kayaking in Brisbane River:
Admire the iconic attractions while Kayaking, such as Story Bridge, Kangaroo Point Cliffs, and the Brisbane sign. People of all ages irrespective of their previous experience of the adventure sport are welcomed to perform the activity. The river has many clam spots where beginners can begin with the adventure and the experienced kayakers can enjoy the challenge of tougher rapids.

Location: Riverlife Adventure Centre Naval Stores Kangaroo Points Cliffs Drive Kangaroo Point QLD 4169, Australia
Age Requirement: Minimum age required to perform the activity is 8 years old

2. Rock Climbing at Kangaroo point Cliff: The activity would fill you with an adrenaline rush as you scale over the cliff walls and the hard rock mountains. At Kangaroo Points Cliff you would enjoy a climbing journey of upto 3 kms with numerous climbing grades along with breathtaking views of the city. The activity can be performed by beginners as well as experts. You can choose from a day or twilight rock climb adventure package.

Location: Riverlife Adventure Centre Naval Stores Kangaroo Points Cliffs Drive Kangaroo Point QLD 4169, Australia
Age Requirement: Minimum age requirement is 8 years old and the children should be accompanied by an adult.

3. Adventure Climb on Story Bridge: Engage in an unlikely climbing experience by including a thrilling climb on the Story Bridge in the itinerary of Brisbane holiday packages. It will allow you to enjoy the views of the city by climbing its iconic landmark. The activity would be performed in twilight and you would reach a minimum height of 179 metres under the guidance of a qualified instructor. You’re allowed to carry your camera, so don’t forget to capture the magical sight of the city at night after climbing the buildings.

Location: Riverlife Adventure Centre Naval Stores Kangaroo Points Cliffs Drive Kangaroo Point QLD 4169, Australia
Age Requirement: The minimum age required is 6 years and the child should have an adult accompanying them.

4. Paddle Boarding: In the calm waters of Walkabout creek you’d be able to enjoy a fun yet soothing activity of standup paddle boarding. The activity would test your fitness and core strength but allow you to experience the eye pleasing scenery of Enoggera Reservoir. You would be able to spot turtles making home in the water, colourful tropical birds and numerous types of fishes.

Location: 60 Mount Nebo Road, Enoggera Reservoir, OLD, 4502
Age Requirement: 8 years. And those between 8- 12 years are required to be accompanied by an adult.

5. Hot Air Balloon Ride: Experience the beauty of the gorgeous Queensland's countryside with a Hot Air Balloon ride during an early morning. An early morning flight would offer you views of the mountainous terrains and sunrise over the ocean. After performing the activity you could also opt for wine tasting at O’Reilly’s Vineyard and enjoy a hot breakfast.

Location: Hinterland, Australia
Note: Pregnant women of over 3 months are not allowed to take the ride.
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Brisbane Tour faqs

How much does it cost to visit Brisbane ?

A Brisabne tour can cost you upto AUD $161 (INR 8645) to AUD $ 200 (INR 10739) per day per person. You can save money by opting for public transport, doing prior booking for different activities and choosing dormitories for accommodation.

How many days are enough to explore Brisbane?

You would require a minimum of two to three days to enjoy the various landmark sites of Brisbane like Moreton Island, Wheel of Brisbane, etc., and enjoy adventurous activities like kayaking, rock climbing and paddle boarding.

How to get around in Brisbane?

1.By Bus- The bus services like City Loop which departs every 15 minutes between 7:00 Am to 6:00 PM; Spring Hill Loop, available from Monday to Friday; and the free CityHopper Ferry services, are a good option as well.
2.By Ferries and CityCats- You might opt to go past the river routes using ferries and citycats. You can also catch a citycat from Brisbane CBD and get a ferry across to Thornton Street at Kangaroo Point.
3.Translink Go card- Get yourself a Translink Go card that allows you to travel on Translink bus, train , ferry and tram.

What should I know before travelling to Brisbane ?

1.As Brisbane is a river city, you should choose to take a ferry for exploring the city and gazing at the top sights of the city.
2.Take an entire day from the Brisbane tour to explore the South Bank of the city, which is a cultural hub and a lovely precinct to be explored on foot.
3.If you are not used to the humid weather, then the heat of Brisbane can be a bit uncomfortable for you. So, make sure to remain hydrated and carry a water bottle all the time.

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