Popular Lettings in Brisbane
Highlights in Brisbane
- Cultural city
- Sub-tropical flora
- Family attractions galore
- Feed dolphins
- Gorgeous riverside
Most popular in Brisbane
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Brisbane
The riverside city of Brisbane is a cosmopolitan hub which gives direct access to rugged national parks, halcyon beaches and family-friendly destinations such as the Sunshine Coast. Choose from a wealth of holiday rentals in the centre or in one of its many vibrant suburbs, such as Paddington to the north, which offers panoramic views across the city. Or opt for a letting on the coast, just half an hour from the city itself. The areas around Wellington point and Sandgate will put you right in the heart of the fabulous coastal wetlands that flank the city.A wide variety of lettings to suit all tastes
Brisbane boasts a fantastic range of quite spectacular rentals and lettings that embody luxury riverside living. From small studios to properties suitable for large groups, the city has it all. Swimming pools with views overlooking the modern cityscape, gardens showing off their lush subtropical flora, rentals with spacious and airy living areas all await you in Brisbane. There are also a large number of cute cabins to choose from – traditional Australian living – many replete with a pool, hot tub and sauna!
Holidays in Brisbane
The area and getting around
The capital of the beautiful Sunshine State, Brisbane is Australia's third largest city. It is blessed with year-round subtropical weather, making the city a wonderful destination any time of year. Brisbane is a riverside city, with a gorgeous promenade awash with exciting sights and activities. It is also just a stone’s throw from the coast. And in summer it seems like the whole city migrates to the wonderful white sandy beaches that stretch both north and south of the city into the distant horizon.Explore Brisbane’s diverse suburbs
To experience the life of this city as it is lived by locals, head out to the suburbs. New Farm to the east is a yuppie area with a truly delightful park situated on the edge of the river – a huge favourite among the locals. Fortitude Valley to the north puts on one hell of a party at night, with funky bars, eateries and one of the best live music scenes in the country. South Bank is Brisbane's culture centre, and home to some great wining and dining.
Travellers and activities
Brisbane boasts parklands, waterfront attractions and local wildlife galore, and it is safe to say that family fun and Brisbane go hand-in-hand. Hit the beach in the South Bank - often referred to as the cultural centre of Brisbane, it is also the aquatic centre of Brisbane and a great place for kids to splash and play right in the middle of the city. At the Boondall Wetlands Reserve Long children can learn more about Aboriginal cultural heritage and spot aluminium totems that reveal how the clans used the wetlands. At Moreton Island, an hour ferry ride from the city, you can get up close to marine life and hand feed the dolphins at Tangalooma Island Resort.Brisbane for culture buffs
Brisbane's arts and cultural scene is flourishing, with world-class theatre, art galleries, cinema, theatre and a host of exceptional museums. Don’t miss the Queensland Art Gallery, with its diverse collection of traditional Australian, European and Aboriginal art, the Museum of Brisbane, which depicts the city from a variety of angles through visual arts and interactive displays, or the Australian Cinematheque, which showcases Japanese animation, film noir, director’s collections, and old-school sci-fi in a custom designed theatrette of immense character.
In Brisbane almost every day is a sunny one, with the city in some years recording more than 283 days of full sunlight! Don’t forget your sunscreen!
Top 5 travel tips in Brisbane
Cuddling a koala is a quintessential Aussie experience, and Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is a superb place to get close to these cutest of animals. Nestled on the Brisbane River, the sanctuary also showcases kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, and even crocodiles!2. Geek out at the Science Centre
The Science Centre at the Museum of Tropical Queensland offers hands-on, immersive activities that give an insight into the science behind our everyday lives. You inner geek will go crazy for the exhibits on the scientific principles related to energy, light, sound, air, water and earth.3. Admire the view from the top of Story Bridge
The heritage-listed and iconic Story Bridge is one of the most famous Brisbane attractions. Take a 2-hour adventure tour to the top of the bridge and get a 360º view of the city. Not recommended for those scared of heights!4. Stargaze at the Brisbane Planetarium
This is the biggest planetarium in Queensland. Enjoy a tour of Brisbane's night sky, tour the interactive Display Zone, and inspect ancient asteroid fragments. Admission is free, although the Skydome charges a small fee.5. Discover the game of putt putt
Putt putt is like crazy golf but with fantastically ornate courses. Bring the whole family and enjoy an afternoon playing 18-holes of putt-putt with exciting sand pits, water traps, crazy bridges and swinging poles!
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Brisbane
With an annual average price of £230.01, Brisbane is not a city that stands out for being the most expensive or the cheapest in Australia.When are holiday rentals cheaper in Brisbane?
Those who want to save as much as possible should visit Brisbane in April, March, and May which are the months that offer the most discount, with average prices of £211.12, £215.66, and £218.1 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2019.In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday letting in Brisbane?
When it comes to looking for a holiday rental in Brisbane, the months when it is most expensive are, in descending order, September, December and January with average prices per night of £246.82, £242.62, and £242.42, respectively.Do I need to plan a trip to Brisbane well in advance?
When going on holiday to Brisbane we recommend you to be proactive, as 64% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.What are the best months for a sponteneous getaway?
The months when it's easiest to find available accommodation in Brisbane are June (the average amount of properties that are available reached 64.6% of the total in 2019), May (59%), and March (51.8%).When are there fewer rental options available in Brisbane?
Holiday lettings in Brisbane reach their peak in demand in December, with an availability rate of 19.25%. The second most requested month is September, with 19.25%, and third is January with 21.75%.How many holiday lettings does Holidu have in Brisbane?
Holidu offers around 2200 holiday rentals in Brisbane from 11 different partners, so you will find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. We have everything you need!