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Prime season: Sept-May
Residents: 1,9 millions
Climate: humid subtropical
The climate in Brisbane is humid and subtropical resulting in warm summers and a bit cooler winters (around 10-20 degrees’ wintertime). This means that the rooftop bars in Brisbane can stay open all year round.
There’s a lot of skyscrapers here making the views magnificent and with cool skylines. Here you will find both luxurious and a little more relaxing terraces to choose from.
A typical roof bar in this city, usually have a nice view over the city skyline and with a nice atmosphere.
Brisbane is Australia's third largest city and the capital of the state of Queensland, located on the east coast of Australia. The city has been built at the Brisbane river, resulting in many bridges and lot’s of water. Three times in the history of the city it’s been hit by major flooding. As late as 2011, when a cyclone hit Brisbane they had big problems with this.