An easy walk to the Queen St Mall, the river and Central Station with fabulous city views and a private balcony, this funky little apartment is in a perfect spot to explore Brisbane. Coffee shops and heaps of dining options are on the doorstep. It is fully furnished and has everything you need - perfect for longer-term stays, with generous discounts for weekly and monthly bookings.
The apartment is bright and airy and it's all yours. There's a queen bed in the big bedroom and the sofa folds into a double bed. The kitchen is fully fitted if you decide to eat in. Make yourself comfortable, have a shower or soak in a deep bath, catch up the laundry or relax on the balcony and enjoy views down to the river mouth. City living at its best.
You will have exclusive use of the apartment and there is secure entry to the building before taking the lift to the 9th floor. Wifi is fast and unlimited and if the breezes aren't enough, simply turn on the airconditioning.
Interaction with guests
I live opposite and can happily point you in the right direction to discover Brisbane and give you the tips on all the free attractions. I have a blog "brismania" which lists my own adventures around the city, so I can offer any tips you may need. I often work nights but I'm not far away if you need assistance.
Other things to note
Access is easy from the airport but I can help with planning your trip into the city if needed. Luggage can be safely stored if you arrive earlier than check-in or leave later in the day.
Smokers are welcome to use the private balcony where an ashtray and seating is provided. The apartment is smoke-free.
I've been a keen traveller since my youth doing the obligatory six months around Europe in a Kombi van in the late '70s. I still like to get offshore twice a year. I am an adventure/budget traveller and like to get to know a place and how the people live. More recently I bought a bike in London and cycled down the Thames from source to the barrier. I dislike staying in hotel rooms which all look (and smell) the same and don't invite contact and having picked up my share of hitchhiking backpackers in the past, I hope to give visitors to Brisbane a local stay. I moved to the city from the Sunshine Coast (about an hour north) five years ago and started my blog brismania as while I had visited plenty of places around the world I had never really explored my own backyard through the eyes of a visitor. I'm doing that now and loving it.