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Brisbane Airport Car Rental

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As the capital city in the Australian state of Queensland, Brisbane is an Australian centre of business and finance, and is one of the busiest cities in Australia, with no letting up in traffic or pedestrian numbers throughout the day.

An increasingly popular Australian destination for foreign visitors, diversity in the city is not as prevalent as in other major Australian tourist cities, such as Perth or Melbourne, and there is a distinctly ‘Australian’ feeling to Brisbane, which is not always noticeable in the other major cities.

Brisbane has maintained a strong local economy and is seeking to expand its cultural outreach by investing money into both the tourist trade and diversity programmes, planning to rival Sydney, Perth, etc., for foreign visitor attraction in the next 5-10 years.

Arriving Brisbane Airport

Brisbane Airport is the primary airport serving Brisbane and is the 3rd largest airport in Australia. Located just 12km from the city centre, taxi cabs from the airport to downtown Brisbane are likely to cost around $18-$21.

There is inevitably a large volume of traffic passing through the airport every day, and airport processes can be painstakingly long during busier times, despite the best efforts of the typically jovial airport staff.

However, Car rental queues are among the lowest in Australia and once you have arrived through baggage collection, you should be heading out in your rental car in no time at all.

Airport facilities are very impressive, with a large selection of dining and shopping outlets, most of which are fairly reasonable priced by international airport standards.

Driving In Brisbane

High traffic levels in Brisbane can make driving in the city quite a complicated task for first-time drivers to Australia, particularly during peak traffic hours when the city is at its busiest.

When it comes to car parking, many parking meters only permit a short stay, but will keep taking your coins without giving refunds.

Ensure that you understand each maximum stay allowance and do not spend more money that you must. Remember to read the guidelines for each meter very carefully to avoid being caught out.

Brisbane Driving Tips

  • Drivers are responsible for all passengers wearing seatbelts. If pulled over, it is the driver who will be charged for failing to ensure that seatbelts are worn at all times.
  • As with elsewhere in Australia, drink driving is strictly prohibited. You will be pulled over and charged if you attempt to drink while you are driving.
  • Australian cars drive on the left side of the road. Only use the right lane while performing overtaking maneuvers.
  • Children under the age of 12 cannot sit in the front seat of the car. Also, all children under the age of 8 must have a car seat or booster seat in order to travel.

Things To Do In Brisbane

  • Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary – An eye-opening sanctuary dedicated to one of Australia’s most popular creatures, the koala.
  • XXXX Brewery Tour – Take a guided tour around one of the world’s best-loved breweries.
  • Story Bridge Adventure Climb – A fantastic abseiling facility aimed at young adults and teenagers.

Restaurants In Brisbane

  • Bird’s Nest Restaurant – Shop 5, 220 Melbourne Street, South Brisbane, Brisbane, Queensland 4101, Australia
  • Montrachet – 224 Given Terrace, Paddington, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
  • Sono Japanese Restaurant – Level 1, 39 Hercules St Hamilton, Brisbane, Queensland 4007, Australia