Australia's New World City

Brisbane is a multi-cultural hub of creativity and invention. It provides students with a high-quality education in a beautiful location with an outstanding climate, which is perfect for outdoor living and adventures.


With a population of 2.2 million and a $146 billion economy, Brisbane offers endless exciting career opportunities. These are just some of the reasons why this inspiring city is clearly the perfect place to study in Australia. There are many more reasons too…

Climate

Brisbane has more sunny days per year than any other Australian capital city. Stable temperatures remain across most seasons and the sub-tropical climate means outdoor activities can be enjoyed every day.

  • Summer (Dec – Feb) Average temperatures: 20.4°C – 29.2°C
  • Autumn (Mar – May) Average temperatures: 16.4°C – 25.8°C
  • Winter (Jun – Aug) Average temperatures: 10.2°C – 21.0°C
  • Spring (Sep – Nov) Average temperatures: 15.6°C – 26.0°C

Smart, Connected Brisbane

Here’s a general guide to the cost of living per week in Brisbane:
  • ACCOMMODATION: $100 – $225
  • TRANSPORT: $5 – $15
  • MEALS: $50 – $100
  • PHONE: $10 – $75
  • INTERNET: $15 – $20

So much to do!

Brisbane residents and visitors alike are spoilt for choice when it comes to finding things to do. The city heart features a number of parks, including Brisbane’s Botanical Gardens, and Kangaroo Point with its Riverlife activities is just a ferry ride across the river.

There’s the popular South Bank – a recreational, cultural and dining precinct with Australia’s only man-made inner-city beach. Here you will find free exercise classes, as well as walking and bike tracks.

Brisbane is also home to some of Australia’s best museums and galleries, including Australia’s largest Gallery of Modern Art and host of the Brisbane Asia Pacific Film Festival and Asia Pacific Screen Awards, the Queensland Museum and Queensland Art Gallery. There are plentiful smaller galleries too.

This global city hosts a huge number of multicultural events each year, including the popular Regional Flavours food festival, Paniyiri Greek Festival, Oktoberfest, BrisAsia festival and the Night Noodle markets. Plus there are great dining destinations offering cuisine from around the world to satisfy every appetite.