Property ID : 18-23
For Rent $500 To $675 Per Week - Apartment/Unit, Holiday Rentals
One Bedroom unit with tiled floors. Two seater couch, TV and extendable dining table. Kitchen with full size fridge, cooktop and all utensils, crockery and cutlery.
Queen size bed, Air Con and two built in robes in the bedroom, enuite style bathroom. Balcony with outdoor setting
Security screens on all the windows and doors. Front balcony and also a small rear balcony.
Pool and secure parking for one car
Free Wifi, not unlimited
Grab a coffee or a drink at one of the many cafes, restaurants and bars that West End and Southbank has to offer. There are numerous parks and shared green spaces or invigorate your mind and connect with culture at any of the arts venues right on your doorstep.
•West End’s Boundary Street and its renowned restaurants, bars and retail strip is within walking distance and the vibrant weekend community food and produce markets nearby in Davies Park
•Just a short stroll to the cultural hub of South Bank that offers more than 275 bars and eateries as well as Queensland’s premier arts and entertainment centre including GOMA and Queensland Performing Arts Centre
•Brisbane’s best educational institutions, University of Queensland, QUT Gardens Point, Griffith University South Bank and TAFE Queensland – South Bank campus are all within 10 minutes as well as key secondary schools – Brisbane State High, St Laurence’s and Somerville House
•24hr City Glider and City Council Bus service which operates along Montague Rd
•Orleigh Street, West End CityCat terminal is easily accessible and offers quick connection to University of Queensland and across inner Brisbane
•Quick car access to the CBD via the Victoria and William Jolly Bridges, plus the Go Between Bridge gives convenient access to Suncorp Stadium and the shopping, dining and nightlife of the Paddington Barracks and Caxton St
•The Go Between Bridge also offers direct connection to the Inner City Bypass (ICB) linking to Brisbane Airport, the Sunshine Coast and M1 so escaping the city is quick and effortless
•Excellent pedestrian and cycle links via Riverside Drive and the Kurilpa and Goodwill pedestrian Bridges
MINIMUM BOOKING OF ONE WEEK
BOOKINGS CAN ONLY BE TAKEN TWO MONTHS OR LESS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL
-MINIMUM EXIT CLEAN FEE OF $130
Discover Little Stanley with a smorgasbord of funky cafes, chic boutiques and glimpses of the city skyline, Little Stanley is an integral part of a contemporary city lifestyle. Showcasing an array of dining styles, offering Turkish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Spanish, Italian and contemporary Australian fare.
South Bank is a rare lifestyle precinct where the idyllic Queensland environment is seamlessly integrated with the cafes, restaurants, boutiques and cultural experiences that have come to characterise an inner-city lifestyle. Amid the hustle and bustle of a lively CBD is one of the last places you would expect to discover a vibrant beachside setting. Australia’s only beach in the middle of the city, Streets Beach is one of South Bank’s most popular attractions. A unique, man-made swimming beach, Streets Beach overlooks the brilliant Brisbane River and the expansive city skyline. Explore the spacious Streets Beach and discover a playful world where clever design seamlessly blends with natural beauty. Conceived as a major piece of landscape, Streets Beach has a sparkling clean crystal-clear lagoon with white sandy beaches, palm trees, pebbled creeks and shady shallows surrounded by sub-tropical trees and exotic plants. Safety is extremely important to the South Bank aesthetic and you can be assured that Streets Beach is patrolled by experienced, professional lifeguards seven days a week. Calm waters ensure there are no waves or dangerous rips like on coastal beaches.
Explore The Parklands, with its lush foliage, public beach, lagoons and picnic areas, as well as Little Stanley’s cosmopolitan strip of restaurants, bars and boutiques, and Grey Street; one of Brisbane’s defining art and cultural hubs.
A convention involves a coming together of communities, an assemblage of people with shared values and passions. Whether it be a noisy basketball game, where the scent of buttery popcorn spreads through the bleachers, or a stellar rock gig packed with hundreds of jubilant fans, a quality convention calls for a first-rate venue. Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre hosts an average of 900 events each year, including many of Brisbane’s major exhibitions, concerts, gala and charity events. Conveniently located in South Brisbane, the BCEC is a stone’s throw away from bus and train stations, and has onsite parking, dining and catering facilities.