* All fares above were last found on: Jun 26, 2019 and 12:06:20 AM.
Fares are round trip, Fares incl. all fuel surcharges, our service fees and taxes.
Displayed fares are based on historical data, are subject to change and cannot be guaranteed at the time of booking.
See all booking terms and conditions
I like to Thank OneTravel, for my travel needs!
OneTravel is excellent, very respectfully and professional
Looking for cheap flights to Brisbane? You've found the right place! OneTravel offers most competitive rates on airline tickets year around. For your flights to Brisbane, rely on us, and we guarantee you the best price. To know more, get in touch with our travel experts, available 24/7 for your assistance.
Most populous and capital city of Queensland, Brisbane is among the oldest
cities in Australia. Located on the Brisbane River, the city is a
cosmopolitan economic hub. Founded upon the homelands of indigenous Jagera
and Turrbal people, Brisbane’s history can be traced back to 1824. The city
received global attention after hosting two major international events,
World Expo in 1988 and the Commonwealth Games in 1982. Brisbane is a
popular tourist destination and is near to the Gold Coast. Portside Wharf,
South Bank Parklands, Story Bridge, Brisbane City Hall, St. John’s
Cathedral and Queensland Gallery of Modern Art are top attractions here.
Things to do in Brisbane
Queensland Cultural Centre
Queensland Cultural Centre is an entertainment center located at Grey
Street in the South bank precinct. Culture Centre features Queensland Art
Gallery, Queensland Theater Company, Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland
Performing Art Center, and State Library of Queensland. The center has
various sub-tropical gardens and cafes, book stores, and eateries on site.
The Cultural Centre is a haven for art enthusiasts and a must visit
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is the world’s largest and oldest koala
sanctuary. Located in the Fig Tree Pocket suburb of Brisbane, the sanctuary
has a kangaroo reserve as well, where visitors can pet and feed uncaged
kangaroos. Tasmanian devils, echidnas, wombats, platypus, cockatoos,
kookaburras, cassowaries, emus and many Australian parrots can be found
here. A trip to the sanctuary is surely a delight for animals and nature
Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt. Coot-tha
Mt. Coot-tha are located at Toowong on the Mt. Coot-tha. The gardens offer
panoramic views of Brisbane and are considered to be Queensland’s eminent
subtropical botanic gardens. The Brisbane Botanic Gardens comprises the
largest collection of Australian rainforest trees. Several indigenous
plants, ferns, wetland plants, bonsai, cactus, bamboo and fragrant plants
are also found here.
Best Time to Fly to Brisbane
The best time to fly to Brisbane is during the winter season, from June to
August and during spring, from September to November. This period is
considered to be the peak time to visit Brisbane due to mild temperatures
and dry days. To avoid tourist crowds, it is advised to visit the city
during the months of March, April, and May.
Airports in Brisbane
Flights to Brisbane are operated by Brisbane Airport. The international airport also has
a cargo terminal. It is a hub for Qantas, Virgin Australia, Jetstar
Airways, Alliance Airlines, Jetstar Airways, Tigerair Australia. The
airport offers flights to a number of destinations around the globe such as
Hong Kong, Vancouver, Nadi, Port Vila, Singapore, Auckland, Honolulu, and
Find the deals you want & manage your trips ... all while on the go.
Earn rewards points & other travel perks when you spend.
Get inspired, learn expert tips & add to your travel bucket list.
Get there on time,every time!
Five Tips for Choosing the Perfect Study Abroad Program for You
How to Create Summer Travel Traditions Your Family Will Cherish for Generations
6 Caribbean Festivals You Need to Experience
Test Your Caribbean-American Heritage & History Knowledge!
6 Easy Tips for Saving Money While on Your Study Abroad