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Features Include: * air conditioned in bedroom * Large Covered Balcony * Spacious kitchen with stainless steel appliances & granite bench-tops • CCTV & secure swipe entry * Pool, Gym, Rooftop BBQ & dining facilities
The room is full furnished, sheets, pillows and cover are provided. Also my guest have access to use netflix, ps4 and CD day player if they desired
* 5 mins walk to Woolworths and aldy * 5 mins walk to Bowen Hills Train Station, Royal Brisbane & Womens Hospital, RNA Precinct * 10 mins walk to James Street Precinct, Gasworks & Emporium * 2 mins to major arterial and tunnel networks * 5 mins to Brisbane CBD
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Bowen Hills, QLD, Australia

Our 2 bedroom apartment is part of the new King St re-development, located in The Yards. 3-min away from Brisbane Showgrounds, easy access to Brisbane CBD via driving or taking public transportation. Walking distance to stunning nightlife activity area in Fortitude Valley. A gem great for both business and family trip. There are so many great restaurants nearby. It is so enjoyable to go for a walk at night, you will definitely love to stay in this modern & fashion area!
A comfy and modern stylish 2 bedrooms apartment with a full kitchen and a bathroom is an awesome choice when you explore Brisbane. - 32" LED TV with DVD Player - Google Chromecast - Apple TV
- 3-min walking distance to Brisbane Showgrounds - Popular location and close to all amenities, within walking distance to a major bus interchange; Brisbane Showgrounds; Brisbane Old Museum; QUT Kelvin Grove Campus; Royal Brisbane Hospital; Constance Street restaurants and bars; Brunswick Street; James Street and much more…. - Only 1.5 km to CBD
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Entire home/apt


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Apartment


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4


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Bowen Hills, QLD, Australia

Positioned in Brisbane’s premier entertainment district, this space is meters from nightclubs, restaurants, live music venues, Bernie’s Lane and the newly open Fortitude Music Hall. Inside a heritage listed building you will experience space all around from wide open walkways to 4m high walls in the common areas. This space is perfectly suited for long term stays, with many of our guest staying for more than 2 weeks at a time. The unit is quite large so you can easily enjoy your space.
In a heritage listed building that was Qld’s only department store established in 1912, the unit and facilities are spacious and light. The King size room has its own air conditioning, access to a wardrobe with drawers and extra linen if needed. There is a small desk in the room if you would like to work in private. A small gift pack to make your stay a little easier. There is access to tea and coffee facilities with a large range of teas and Nespresso for your coffee needs. There are breads and spreads available along with cereals available for breakfast along with fruit. For extended stays you will have access to the full kitchen.
You are in the middle of everything!! Literally. The residential units sit upon a small shopping centre with a 24 hour MacDonalds, Indian, Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese, vegan and Thai takeaway as well as fruit and vege, 2 bakeries, nail technicians, beauty services and then a quick walk to the Valley Centro to a doctor, pharmacist, newsagent and other fast food options. Stepping outside the door and you walk straight into, the bright side, Holy Moly, Finn McCools, RG’s, the Zoo, cloudland, Heya Bar, Proud Henry’s, the Foundry, Prohibition, retros, Finley Isles, the Bowery, the empire, the press club, the beat, the Wickham, Judith Wright Centre The list goes on and on and then there are restaurants, the emporium, james street precinct, the Newstead gasworks. A 5 minute bus ride to the CBD or 1 train stop. The great thing is you will be a walk to all the live venues, The Triffid, the Tivoli, Riverstage, black bear lounge, the wooly mammoth, and the brand new Fortitude Music Hall. $15 in an Uber will get you everywhere else you need to go.
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Private room


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Apartment


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2


Bedrooms

1

Fortitude Valley, QLD, Australia

Cosy studio apartment located in the beating heat of Brisbane's Fortitude Valley. This apartment is in walking distance to variance local eateries, bars, shopping and sightseeing and is a must for any traveler on a budget to see the quirky side of Brisbane.
The space was historically a paper mill converted into an apartment complex, this can bee seen throughout in the architectural aspects of the space which feel very reminisant of a New York style loft apartment.
Located on Ballow Street, this apartment is located in the heart of Fortitude Valley in a secure and soundproof complex. The space is within walking distance to both public transport as well as local sights such as China Town and Brisbane CBD.
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Entire home/apt


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Apartment


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2


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Fortitude Valley, QLD, Australia

**VERY FLEXIBLE CHECK IN... SIMPLY BOOK AN APPOINTMENT TO CHECK IN!!! map, keys, info, questions! all available... most check ins are after 10am or 12noon, if you need earlier, just message! :-) This large centrally located house is in the most desirable area in Brisbane. The area is known for restaurants, shops, cafes and bars. Quiet yet a few blocks to the CBD and Fortitude Valley. The bedroom features both a double and single bed.
*VERY FLEXIBLE CHECK IN... SIMPLY BOOK AN APPOINTMENT TO CHECK IN!!! map, keys, info, questions! all available... most check ins are after 10am or 12noon, if you need earlier, just message! :-) Thanks for checking out our page. We are Leon and Andi and we are here to help you while you enjoy your time in Brisbane. **FOUR large binders full of things to see and do in Brisbane including restaurants, what to do and what's on in Brisbane, day trips to the islands and dolphins, trips to the beach and more, in addition to a detailed check in and personal map for you to keep upon your arrival including how to walk to local supermarkets, cafes, facilities and all info to make the most of your trip to Brisbane** This large inner city and centrally located bedroom is available and features both an double and single bed. ROOM BENEFITS: * Large, with big windows and blinds * Airconditioning / Heater Split System * Keyed Lock on Door * Large flatscreen TV with full package cable channels * Free WiFi (no illegal downloads allowed thank you) * Fully Furnished - 1 x comfortable double bed and 1 x comfortable single bed, bed heads, bedside tables and lamps, wardrobe, draws, mirror, art work) * Quality Bedding (mattress protector, base sheet, flat sheet, top cover, four pillows, pillow protectors, spare blankets and towels) HOUSE BENEFITS: * Fully Equipped and furnished * Cleaned Daily * Washing Machine * Kitchen with cooking utensils and equipment * Continental Breakfast - Toast, Spreads, Cereal, Fruit, Milk,Tea & Coffee provided * Lounge with leather couch and foxtel cable tv with channels including sports, movies, music, entertainment and more. * Very Central, walk to cafes, restaurants, transport, ferry, parks, CBD, nightlife, bars, nightclubs, 24/7 food, lots of grocery stores etc very easy to walk to. * BBQ on the back deck with view of tropical gardens * WiFi internet throughout the property When you arrive, you will receive your own Map, I will show you where things are and how to get anywhere you want to go. It's a good time for you to ask any questions you may have and plan what you would like to do in Brisbane. During your stay if you would like to contact us for any reason, it is as simple as asking in person, sending an airbnb message, picking up the intercom or sending a text/or email (which we get straight away) so please let us know. I hope you are excited about your upcoming trip to Brisbane - as it is certainly the place to be, there is always something happening and the location here is certainly amongst the action. There are so many things to see and do locally. We are in a beautiful tree lined area of gorgeous houses in a beautiful pocket ('the prestigious' Teneriffe Hill) although so close to everything, it is surprisingly tranquil and quiet. We also have a beautiful fairly private park with city view and bush walks located just around the corner, it's a great place to chill out with free BBQ area and playground overlooking the natural landscape, the bush tracks show you some native Australian fauna and flora. River walks are near by and are a great way to get around as well. There's so much to do within this local vicinity (easy walk away) that you will be spoilt for choice. Set amongst plentiful award winning cafes, bars, markets, restaurants, bakeries, butchers, nightlife, arts centers and a huge selection of many different restaurants, all within an easy walk away. There are seven (large and small) supermarkets within a 15 minute Walking Distance There is plenty to do here, in fact, you can walk to many different local attractions and facilities. At the end of the block is a local market with cafe section which is worth a visit. In fact, walk in any direction and you are bound to stumble upon cafes and shops etc of a high standard. Literally a five minute walk is the City Cat Ferry stop (these are very converted in Brisbane) and are wonderful to take you peacefully into the CBD, while you stand on the back of a high powered Catamaran boat (from 6am til midnight) and take in the sights as you travel the Brisbane River (AKA the River City) There are also lots of other buses that leave from even closer to our location. Next to the City Cat stop are the express buses into the CBD (called 'City Glider') in under ten minutes in peak hour. There are also other buses even closer to our location. If you want to go into the CBD then you can easily get there (to drive in peak hour is 5 minutes) walk in 25 via the river and under the Story Bridge. Or, if you want to enjoy the local attractions, there are certainly plenty of them within a 15 minutes walk. Next to the City Cat stop is Vernon Terrace, which is populated with lots of bars, restaurants, cocktail and beer specialist places, definitely worth a look. At the City Cat stop we then have a River Walk that takes you across the top of the water down to New Farm Park, a beautiful park on the River, home to the fortnightly large Farmers Markets and the PowerHouse which is a funky converted building housing plays, comedy, bands, art, talks and so on. Also, about ten minutes walk from our place we have the brand new Gasworks complex, complete with large Grocery Store, an organic market, chocolate restaurant and great cafes and eateries and worth a mention. The amazing historic Waterloo Hotel has been reopened and is very popular. The bar/restaurant has an Art Deco feel and is great to enjoy. From the house in the other direction, we also have the famous James Street within a five minute walk. It is lined with things to see and do, including palace cinema, pizza place, bars, restaurants, clothes stores, boutiques, farmers markets, cafes. Definitely the place to be seen and get seen, Can get quite busy on the weekend and people from Brisbane flock to this area. Not only that, we also have 'The Emporium' which is close to us and is filled with wonderful restaurants of the highest quality and amazing boutiques and stores. You can also walk to Fortitude Valley, which is the night life and weekend market district, which also has China Town Mall where there is amazing Asian Restaurants at good prices. In Fortitude Valley, there is a pedestrian mall with 24 hour food places and all your usual take away places. There are also some great places to get $8 steaks with all the usual accompaniments so it's worth a look. The weekend markets are fun and there are a few '$2 shops' here as well if you need any basics including discount souvenirs. Brunswick Street, Connects to our street easily and is lined with restaurants, bars, art galleries, take away food, burger joints, IGA, Night Owl Convenience store open 24/7. Next to the intersection with Brunswick Street and Kent Street (Our street) is the outlook of the story bridge where you can enjoy the park and amazing view and also start the *short cut into the CBD* from our location, where you take the footpath direct, which goes under the Story Bridge itself and through to the center of the city via a River Walk (ten minutes from park) You can take the City Cat (five minutes walk from our place) to lots of great locations around Brisbane including the famed South bank which is really wonderful including a huge swimming pool and a man made beach as you look at the city skyline, surrounded by free BBQs, amazing parkland, performance center, art gallery, museum, science center, gallery of modern art and state library, it's easy to catch the city cat back to here and it's open really late. Also, don't forget the FREE inner city Ferry! If you have any need to know a place to eat, just ask us. We also have a huge amount of menus out for your to look at (as well as brouchers of things to do) so be sure to check them out. There are wonderful getaways with an 1 hour or so's drive....and beautiful day trips to think about: options include dolphins, islands, rainforests, beaches, swimming and more. If there is something particular you would like to do be sure to mention it to us as we may have some insider info for you. We have lots of information about things to see and do so if you would like some inspiration, let us know what kind of holiday you are looking for and we will make some suggestions and show you some flyers. The easiest train is Brunswick St Station (Fortitude Valley) which is where the night life is, this is one of the central major stops meaning you can go in pretty much any direction from here via train (including the Gold Coast, Roma Street Bus Terminal and The Airports) The train to the airport is a special train and is $16/each. If you would like a lift to the airport it can be arranged for $30. These local places I've mentioned are so close, if you aren't walking there, you are looking at around a $5 - $10 taxi COOKING You get to cook for yourself and enjoy the top of the line kitchen with granite benchtops and everything you will need to cook. Not to mention the BBQ on the large upper deck and the second outdoor garden BBQ equipped with party lights and music facilities and Insect Vac protection. Please ask to use BBQ so we can show you how they work. WALKING DISTANCE TO SUPERMARKETS: (Small Organic Market and Deli 5 minutes, Woolworths 10 Mins, IGA open til midnight 10 minutes, ALDI 15 minutes, Coles 15 minutes, Organic Market Gasworks 10 minutes, James St Fine food Market 10 minutes plus 24/7 convenience stores all walking distance. THE HOUSE ITSELF: Upon entering through secure gated entry the house opens to reveal a large entertaining area/lounge/kitchen/dining area, open plan living with polished wooden floors throughout. The lounge has a great leather sofa, TV and foxtel cable television, designer rug, and has a great light and airy feel to the space. The kitchen is fully equipped, the granite benchtops turn the island bench into a breakfast bar complete with seating. Bifold doors open completely which takes you out onto the triple sized deck with views of the mini rainforest like tropical oasis we call the back yard. The deck has two table and chair areas and an umbrella overhead. The design of the BBQ area down the back is perfect for relaxing or entertaining. A hidden paradise to enjoy a great Aussie BBQ. The house has every modern convenience such as super fast wifi access throughout the property, complimentary cable tv, reverse cycle airconditioning, linen and bedding of a top quality and a fully equiped kitchen. THE ROOM The "tropical oasis" room is one of our best, large and spacious, it features a comfortable top quality double bed, timber headboard and clean high thread count linen. The bedroom features a set of wooden draws, built in clothes rack with additional draws, flat screen TV with foxtel cable channels package, large mirror, two bedside tables, lamp and rug. The floors are polished timber floors, there are three windows, blinds and the door has it's own keyed lock. Please contact us if the dates you are looking for are not available. There are other rooms you may be able to move to for part of your stay and please see our other listings. THE AREA New Farm/Teneriffe where we are located are some of Brisbane's most desirable neighborhoods, with heaps of restaurants, cinemas, night clubs, cafes, shops, boutiques, bottle shops and more just a very short stroll away. WHAT TO DO: Want to relax? We are in a residential area and yet within a very close walking distance from many different restaurants and entertaining establishments, we are in a quiet tree lined pocket of this desirable inner city suburb. Enjoy the beautiful greenery view from our upper level deck. Enjoy the bush scape serenity of Teneriffe Park, just a three minute walk will have you getting back to nature where you can enjoy a bush walk, playground and BBQ with some city views. Take a stroll along the teneriffe river walk taking you from the house to the renown New Farm Park, one of Brisbane's best parks which fronts the river. Want to eat out? We have three onsite BBQs, a cafe on each corner, a multitude of restaurants spoils you for choice all walking distance away, we have many different menus available for your perusal. Italian, Thai, Seafood, Chinese, Asian, Vegetarian, Indian, Australian, Fusion and more are all in the local area for you to enjoy. For late night options, enjoy china town and the Brunswick street mall. James street has great restaurants and the trendy Vernon Terrace is packed full of fantastic eateries and concept bars. The Emporium is another great restaurant and shopping precinct with loads of fantastic top notch restaurants and designer stores a 15 minute walk away. Want to self cater? Woolworths and ALDI are close by and are large supermarkets, Coles is also an option. We have the IGA supermarket a few blocks down open til midnight seven days, the 24 hour night owl, the very large coles supermarket open til 9pm, the Jan Powers Farmers markets (twice a month) at new farm park - take the river walk there, and the very fancy James Street Markets with amazing top notch quality produce on offer. You can cook in one of our two fully equipped kitchens. Want to party? Walk to the heart of the nightclub precinct in 15 minutes, where there are heaps of clubs, china town and bars. There are also pubs/bars even closer which are lively and happening and packed full of locals. Further there are also great bars in Teneriffe including specialist cocktail and beer places. There are three bottle shops all a short walk away, take some back here with you and relax on the deck and enjoy. Want to Park your car? Free street parking on Kent Street, out the front of the house (unlimited this side of the street, two hours the opposite side of the street) Want to Catch Public Transport? The most fun is the City Cat, a fast catermaran boat, will wizz you up or down the Brisbane River, taking in the sights where you can stand on the open front or back deck and feel the wind in your hair. There are heaps of bus options including the central "City Glider" a bus stop on the corner, so many bus options: Buses include the 199, the Night Bus N199, 196 (Brunswick st and Kent st) 193 (chester Street exit) as well as the city glider (express bus into the CBD from the Tenriffe Ferry/City Cat) The closest train station is Fortitude Valley ("the valley") 15 minutes walk away. We also offer airport pick ups or drop offs for $30 one way. Want a great view? The end of our street has a great view of the famous Story Bridge, on the top of the cliffs which offers a magnificent view, there is a park on the corner, with picnic tables and the ambience is great, day or night (there is also a public exercise station) this is often the backdrop featured on local TV shows. Want to go for a walk? Take the river walk to new farm park and back, walk to the valley in 15 minutes, walk to the center of the CBD in about 25 minutes, take a bush walk through the lovely local secret park called teneriffe park or anywhere you shoes choose to take you. If you want a big walk, you can walk to the top of the cliffs, under the story bridge, down to the city, through the botanical gardens and over the foot bridge to the famous Southbank. Want a coffee? We provide coffee and tea facilities, there is also heaps of cafes around including cafes in both directions no more than five minutes walk away for perfect Italian coffee (and cake) Want local entertainment? The James Street Centro Cinema is fantastic and James Street in general is great, Southbank is excellent, complete with man-made sand beach lagoon ( no waves) where you can swim infront of the city skyline - take the city cat there - there are lots of restaurants, weekend markets and more to do. Enjoy the sites of New Farm park, the amazing local hotspot, the New Farm Bowls club, where you can do barefoot lawn bowls with a mixed age crowd and enjoy very affordable drinks and food with a great view of the Brisbane River. There are summer moon light cinema in the park showing movies after dark, relax on beanbags, watch a film and have snacks and drinks. The amazing Powerhouse Arts Center is an amazing venue for all kinds of performing arts, including comedy, performers, arts shows complete with riverside restaurant, take the river walk to New Farm park to get there. The Judith Wright Centre is also walking distance and has on many various shows. Or simply relax in your room (or lounge) with your own TV with foxtel (cable television) with a large variety of channels including movies, there is fast WiFi throughout the property and you can relax on the amazing deck or the BBQ area down the back. There is heaps more to do in Brisbane and the surrounding areas so get in touch if you want more info. Want to Shop? Don't miss James Street with its various boutiques, trendy cutting edge clothes can be found at the Valley, take the City Cat or City Glider Bus to West End where there are great local designers and fantastic clothes at good prices. Anything Else? More information is available should you like to message or ask us. Your Hosts We have travelled extensively throughout the world and love chatting with fellow travellers, we have all of the insider info about great places to go and things to do in the great city of Brisbane. We had a great time travelling around with airbnb so when we got back home to Australia we decided to offer rooms in our gorgeous house so close you can walk to the CBD or Valley. More information is available should you like to message us. Thanks and we hope to see you soon! Leon and Andrea.
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Private room


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House


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3


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1

Newstead, QLD, Australia

Apartment close to train station and walking distance to Fortitude Valley.
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Private room


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Apartment


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2


Bedrooms

1

Bowen Hills, QLD, Australia

Fully self-contained Studio apartment featuring a fully equipped kitchen with an oven and a dishwasher. Air-conditioned, a flat-screen TV, laundry facilities and a private bathroom with free toiletries. Apartment also has a small balcony Carparking EXTRA $15 per night or $70 per week
Spacious studio apartment close to the CBD which is walking distance to RNA Showgrounds and Fortitude Valley. Many restaurants within walking distance and IGA one block away
IGA one block - walking distance to resturants
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Entire home/apt


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Serviced apartment


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2


Bedrooms

0

Bowen Hills, QLD, Australia

Only a 2 minute drive from the CBD & 10 minutes from Southbank. Central, yet positioned on the quiet side of Fortitude Valley is this modern & fully equipped apartment. Explore the cool side of Brisbane on foot from your doorstep. You can almost see super trendy James Street shopping & dining precinct from the balcony. Only a short drive to the Emporium, Portside Wharf, Gasworks & King Street precincts which are fast becoming the go-to spots for inner city dwellers.
Apartment features: • Balcony with outdoor setting • Free high speed internet • Fully air-conditioned • En-suite bathroom and walk-thru wardrobe • European cooktop and oven • Microwave oven • Double-glazed glass windows ensure peace and quiet inside when you want it • Spacious compared to most apartments • FREE parking - One secure basement car space • Intercom
If you are in Brisbane for work, this apartment is ideal as it is positioned on the quiet side of McLachlan Street. It is centrally located in Fortitude Valley, yet you cannot see or hear night clubbing from the apartment. If you are after the hip night life of Fortitude Valley, all of the main nightclubs are all only less than a block away behind the apartment, all within a very short walking distance.
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Entire home/apt


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Apartment


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Fortitude Valley, QLD, Australia

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Mod-Goth space in the heart of Fortitude Valley. Right beside the Tivoli and a short walk from the nightlife. This space welcomes solo female and trans travellers.
Female friendly, your host has been a solo lady traveller and understands your priorities in accomodation: Clean, Secure and Comfortable. The apartment complex is secure with cctv at the entrance and the area is very safe. The bathroom is a shower/bath with excellent hot water pressure and is shared. Most toiletries are provided (shampoo, conditioner, cleanser, moisturiser, makeup wipes and toothpaste) all you need is your toothbrush! The bed is a single four poster, with a firm mattress for support. Breakfast is always included, as well as single origin french press, tea leaf brews and orange juice always available. A menu can be sent to you on request. Most dietary requirements can be catered for only if prior notice is given.
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Private room


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Bed and breakfast


Accommodates

1


Bedrooms

1

Fortitude Valley, QLD, Australia

Within the heart of Fortitude Valley, what more is there to say. Level 13 living with access to facilities on level 6, including common hang out area, pool, gym, function room, theatre and restaurant. Residents of FV are presented with a new level of luxury living. Inspired and luxurious to inhabit, this urban oasis takes apartment living to a new level. Superbly detailed, FV exudes a world of sophisticated confidence with its vast array of leisure facilities, as well as uninterrupted views.
bedroom + study available for rent. You will have your very own private bedroom and king single Bed and living room space as well as shared living spaces for the bathroom
Corner Brunswick and Wickham Terrace.
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Private room


Property Type

Aparthotel


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2


Bedrooms

1

Fortitude Valley, QLD, Australia

This pet friendly modern two bedroom apartment features all of the comforts of home inside and out. Spacious and comfortable enough to encourage luxurious nights in, but is so centrally located to food, entertainment, and transportation that you can’t help but go out! Part of the RNA Showgrounds precinct, a precinct which is fast becoming a go-to spot in its own right for inner-city dwellers, Fortitude Valley really has everything, and you'll be right in the middle of it all!
This modern two bedroom apartment features all of the comforts of home combined with sleek and modern finishes guaranteed to make your stay in Brisbane a memorable one. There’s no shortage of restaurants within a five-minute walk where you can head out to eat, or order takeaway. The kitchen is very well equipped and would suit gourmet cooks, you might want to pick up groceries from Chinatown or the James Street Market and cook something yourself. Close to an abundance of city delights, this is an unmissable opportunity for you to enjoy the best metropolitan lifestyle Brisbane can offer. The apartment comes complete with: ⭐Modern, open living spaces ⭐Private & Spacious Courtyard ⭐Quality Bench Tops ⭐Stainless steel appliances ⭐Fully Equipped kitchen & separate laundry ⭐Lush 1000 thread count sheets ⭐Wifi & Netflix ⭐Reverse Cycle Air-Conditioning ⭐FREE Secure Double Car Parking ⭐Pet Friendly (on request) Prime Fortitude Valley location within RNA precinct: ⭐ Large Pool and Spa ⭐ BBQ Facilities ⭐ Close to Tivoli (live music venue) ⭐ Gym ⭐ 2 min walk to RNA and Brisbane exhibition centre ⭐ 2 min walk to King Street, Brisbane's newest fine dining precinct ⭐ 7 min walk to The Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital Both bedrooms have comfortable bedding, cozy extra blankets and extra pillows for that all important good night sleep. And you’ll need one after exploring the city! The unit is fully air-conditioned throughout. The master bedroom has a quality plush queen size bed fitted with 1000TC sheets with bedside tables and lamps for maximum comfort and convenience.
King Street Foodies will absolutely adore Bowen Hills, as the neighborhood is absolutely stuffed with food options, from classy upscale restaurants to inexpensive food trucks. Anything you could possibly desire can be found at the Brisbane Showgrounds, a 5 minutes walk from the apartment. Head to trendy King Street to visit some of the top rated restaurants, eateries, bistros, and cafes in all of Brisbane. From wood fired Italian pizza to world-class sushi and plump dumplings, King Street restaurants are serving up the finest cuisines you could be craving. Welcome to Bowen Hills If casual, eat-as-you-go food stalls are more your speed, Welcome To Bowen Hills is the place to be. It’s a permanent food truck hub with a rotating assortment of carts and stalls, featuring an indoor/outdoor bar and enormous, 1000 person beer garden. In the outdoor sections, you can meander through lush hanging plants and boardwalk-style signage, stopping to munch on tacos or finger foods or whole entrees at a table along the way. Ekka milk bar is an awesome base in the complex, perfect for beer lovers with 68 different pints on tap. If you’re more comfortable with cocktails, explore the space to find the secret gin bar. Welcome to Bowen Hills is the perfect place to bring a date, meet locals relaxing on the weekend, or marvel at the some of Brisbane’s best as a solo traveler. Chinatown You could eat for days on end on King Street and Welcome to Bowen Hills without repeating a meal, but if authentic Asian cuisine is what you’re seeking, take the ten or fifteen minute walk over to Chinatown. It’s the hub of Brisbane’s vibrant Asian community, with street signs written in both Engish and Chinese. Though Chinatown Mall on Duncan Street is the heart of the district, the area has grown remarkably in recent years and now stretches down the full three square blocks between Alfred and McLachlan Streets and Gipps and Constance Streets. Get your dumpling fix and chow down on Chinese food, or explore Korean, Vietnamese, Thai, Japanese, or Indonesian options. Once you’re well-fed, browse the market stalls for trinkets and souvenirs and some more Asian snacks. Entertainment Brisbane Showgrounds Brisbane Showgrounds has a lot more to offer than food. The Showgrounds have been a meeting place and iconic landmark for nearly 150 years. Aiming to be “the new heart of Brisbane,” the Showgrounds are a meeting place and entertainment center for locals and tourists alike. You can find anything from vegan food festivals to monster truck showdowns here, with events and attractions for people of all ages and from any country. Come for a performance or a show and stay for the beautiful environment, the endless food options, and the bars! James Street Market James Street is another has-it-all avenue for food and entertainment options. Much like King Street, it’s well set up for an afternoon of shopping, or to head out for lunch or dinner. There are tons of new gym facilities, as well as specialty shops like furniture stores and baby supplies. If you’re looking for a hairdresser or nail salon, James Street is a good place to look. The James Street Market is also a wonderful place to stroll through, where you can get fresh fruits and vegetables or a hot lunch from a food stall. Little Stanley Street Little Stanley Street is full of boutiques, chic shops, and restaurants with a whole host of highly rated international cuisines. Stroll down the strip for some jewelry shopping, and stop into a bar or cafe for a snack, or pick up some high end fashion to wear to a critically acclaimed restaurant for a formal meal. Wheel of Brisbane There’s so much to see in Bowen Hills—why not get a birds eye view? The Wheel of Brisbane is an iconic Bowen Hills landmark, adorning the skyline on the South Bank. The Wheel rises a spectacular 60 meters above ground level in an enclosed, air-conditioned gondola that seats 8 people. From the top, you’ll get a 360-degree panoramic view of Brisbane city. The can’t-miss-it experience is truly breathtaking. Queensland Performing Arts Centre Also known as QPAC, the Queensland Performing Arts Center is the heart of the city’s art and performance scene, hosting over 1000 performances yearly in four indoor theaters as well as its outdoor spaces. QPAC has hosted some of the world’s leading artists and companies, including The Royal Ballet, the American Ballet Theatre, and the Hamburg Ballet, as well as the Hamburg Philharmonic and the Hamburg State Opera. Outside of opera and ballet, the Queensland Performing Arts Center is also famous for musicals, theater, comedy, and contemporary music. Check out their schedule to catch one of their impressive performances, or to see what kind of shows and programs they’re hosting or funding outside of the center. Culture Queensland Heritage Register Bowen Hills, and Brisbane more broadly, are culture-packed areas full of an impressive number of sites that are protected under the Queensland Heritage Register. To be included in the Register, a site has to demonstrate rare or endangered characteristics of Queensland’s rich cultural heritage, or to contribute to the overall understanding of Queensland history. Sites might be aesthetically significant, or associated with important communities, individuals, organizations, or cultural groups that themselves represent key moments or evolutions in Queensland’s history. To be registered as a Heritage Site is a meaningful testament, and so it is incredible there are at least six just in the neighborhood surrounding Bowen Hills. Grey Street Grey Street is to Brisbane’s culture what King Street is to Brisbane’s food. From visual to performance art, from science to history museums, you can spend hours and days on the boulevard immersing yourself in the city’s most impressive institutions. Catch one of the 1200 performances the Queensland Performing Arts Centre has to offer, whether classical music, comedy, or dance. Ogle the art at the Gallery of Modern Art, or spend some contemplative time at the State Library or the Sciencentre. The Old Museum Like the rest of Bowen Hills and Brisbane City, the Old Museum has gone through many changes to become the venue you can visit today. Originally called the Exhibition Building and Concert Hall the Old Museum was originally built for the Queensland National Agricultural and Industrial Association. It then became the home of the Queensland Museum, until that museum moved elsewhere. The Old Museum now houses the Queensland Youth Orchestras, the Brisbane Symphony Orchestra, and the Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as a whole host of sports and arts organizations who use the building for practice, performance, and administrative space. The uniquely beautiful and highly detailed exterior of the building is no less fascinating than its history, and its role as a "structure and engineering feat" has caused it to be named one of the structural icons of Queensland. Gallery of Modern Art The modernistic Gallery of Modern Art building is full of Australian art spanning the last 50 years from the 1970s until the present day. The museum hosts a range of different exhibits in a variety of mediums, from painting and sculpture to photography and film. Go at 11am, 1pm, or 2pm for a free guided museum tour!
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2

Fortitude Valley, QLD, Australia

Our huge, warehouse style apartment is quiet, but located in the heart of the Fortitude Valley entertainment precinct, and an easy walk to restaurants, cafes, pubs and clubs.
The whole apartment has a spacious, open feeling, with high ceilings and an open plan kitchen and living area. Two large folding doors lead out to a large courtyard which has a barbecue and plenty of seating. There is one cat, who wanders around the entire house, so you must be cat friendly. I keep him out of the bedrooms so they are relatively fur-free, but if you are allergic to cats, this may not be the place for you.
The Valley is the dedicated entertainment precinct of Brisbane, well known for its variety of restaurants, clubs, and music venues. There are small, funky boutiques and many amenities in the immediate area, with Chinatown next door. The apartment is a short walk to the premium shopping in the James St precinct, fifteen minutes from New Farm Park, ten minutes by bus/train to Southbank, and Brisbane Central train station is one stop away.
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1

Fortitude Valley, QLD, Australia

My place is very close to the Brisbane RNA Showgrounds, Tivoli, Royal International Convention Centre RICC, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, QLD Museum, Valley night life, King street restaurants and cafes. You’ll love my place because of its location, city views, comfort, resort-style swimming pool, giant outdoor TV screen, and BBQ area with woodfire pizza oven. Come and compare it with five-star hotels :) My place is perfect for couples, solo adventurers, and business travellers.
This apartment is located on the high-end of the beautiful resort-style complex. It has a fully equipped kitchen, washing machine, dryer, TV, NBN, and balcony. Your room has a private bathroom and a queen size bed. Walk 2 mins to the famous King street, a street buzzing with cafes and bars. Or walk 5 mins to Fortitude Valley to enjoy your vibrant night life. Or just stay in the common area, have a BBQ, relax in the resort-style swimming pool, bake a pizza in the woodfire oven or work out in the outdoor gym.
Food and Beverage More information King Street Foodies will absolutely adore Bowen Hills, as the neighborhood is absolutely stuffed with food options, from classy upscale restaurants to inexpensive food trucks. Anything you could possibly desire can be found at the Brisbane Showgrounds, a 5 minutes walk from the apartment. Head to trendy King Street to visit some of the top rated restaurants, eateries, bistros, and cafes in all of Brisbane. From wood fired Italian pizza to world-class sushi and plump dumplings, King Street restaurants are serving up the finest cuisines you could be craving. Welcome to Bowen Hills If casual, eat-as-you-go food stalls are more your speed, Welcome To Bowen Hills is the place to be. It’s a permanent food truck hub with a rotating assortment of carts and stalls, featuring an indoor/outdoor bar and enormous, 1000 person beer garden. In the outdoor sections, you can meander through lush hanging plants and boardwalk-style signage, stopping to munch on tacos or finger foods or whole entrees at a table along the way. Ekka milk bar is an awesome base in the complex, perfect for beer lovers with 68 different pints on tap. If you’re more comfortable with cocktails, explore the space to find the secret gin bar. Welcome to Bowen Hills is the perfect place to bring a date, meet locals relaxing on the weekend, or marvel at the some of Brisbane’s best as a solo traveler. Chinatown You could eat for days on end on King Street and Welcome to Bowen Hills without repeating a meal, but if authentic Asian cuisine is what you’re seeking, take the ten or fifteen minute walk over to Chinatown. It’s the hub of Brisbane’s vibrant Asian community, with street signs written in both Engish and Chinese. Though Chinatown Mall on Duncan Street is the heart of the district, the area has grown remarkably in recent years and now stretches down the full three square blocks between Alfred and McLachlan Streets and Gipps and Constance Streets. Get your dumpling fix and chow down on Chinese food, or explore Korean, Vietnamese, Thai, Japanese, or Indonesian options. Once you’re well-fed, browse the market stalls for trinkets and souvenirs and some more Asian snacks. Entertainment Brisbane Showgrounds Brisbane Showgrounds has a lot more to offer than food. The Showgrounds have been a meeting place and iconic landmark for nearly 150 years. Aiming to be “the new heart of Brisbane,” the Showgrounds are a meeting place and entertainment center for locals and tourists alike. You can find anything from vegan food festivals to monster truck showdowns here, with events and attractions for people of all ages and from any country. Come for a performance or a show and stay for the beautiful environment, the endless food options, and the bars! James Street Market James Street is another has-it-all avenue for food and entertainment options. Much like King Street, it’s well set up for an afternoon of shopping, or to head out for lunch or dinner. There are tons of new gym facilities, as well as specialty shops like furniture stores and baby supplies. If you’re looking for a hairdresser or nail salon, James Street is a good place to look. The James Street Market is also a wonderful place to stroll through, where you can get fresh fruits and vegetables or a hot lunch from a food stall. Little Stanley Street Little Stanley Street is full of boutiques, chic shops, and restaurants with a whole host of highly rated international cuisines. Stroll down the strip for some jewelry shopping, and stop into a bar or cafe for a snack, or pick up some high end fashion to wear to a critically acclaimed restaurant for a formal meal. Wheel of Brisbane There’s so much to see in Bowen Hills—why not get a birds eye view? The Wheel of Brisbane is an iconic Bowen Hills landmark, adorning the skyline on the South Bank. The Wheel rises a spectacular 60 meters above ground level in an enclosed, air-conditioned gondola that seats 8 people. From the top, you’ll get a 360-degree panoramic view of Brisbane city. The can’t-miss-it experience is truly breathtaking. Queensland Performing Arts Centre Also known as QPAC, the Queensland Performing Arts Center is the heart of the city’s art and performance scene, hosting over 1000 performances yearly in four indoor theaters as well as its outdoor spaces. QPAC has hosted some of the world’s leading artists and companies, including The Royal Ballet, the American Ballet Theatre, and the Hamburg Ballet, as well as the Hamburg Philharmonic and the Hamburg State Opera. Outside of opera and ballet, the Queensland Performing Arts Center is also famous for musicals, theater, comedy, and contemporary music. Check out their schedule to catch one of their impressive performances, or to see what kind of shows and programs they’re hosting or funding outside of the center. Culture Queensland Heritage Register Bowen Hills, and Brisbane more broadly, are culture-packed areas full of an impressive number of sites that are protected under the Queensland Heritage Register. To be included in the Register, a site has to demonstrate rare or endangered characteristics of Queensland’s rich cultural heritage, or to contribute to the overall understanding of Queensland history. Sites might be aesthetically significant, or associated with important communities, individuals, organizations, or cultural groups that themselves represent key moments or evolutions in Queensland’s history. To be registered as a Heritage Site is a meaningful testament, and so it is incredible there are at least six just in the neighborhood surrounding Bowen Hills. Grey Street Grey Street is to Brisbane’s culture what King Street is to Brisbane’s food. From visual to performance art, from science to history museums, you can spend hours and days on the boulevard immersing yourself in the city’s most impressive institutions. Catch one of the 1200 performances the Queensland Performing Arts Centre has to offer, whether classical music, comedy, or dance. Ogle the art at the Gallery of Modern Art, or spend some contemplative time at the State Library or the Sciencentre. The Old Museum Like the rest of Bowen Hills and Brisbane City, the Old Museum has gone through many changes to become the venue you can visit today. Originally called the Exhibition Building and Concert Hall the Old Museum was originally built for the Queensland National Agricultural and Industrial Association. It then became the home of the Queensland Museum, until that museum moved elsewhere. The Old Museum now houses the Queensland Youth Orchestras, the Brisbane Symphony Orchestra, and the Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as a whole host of sports and arts organizations who use the building for practice, performance, and administrative space. The uniquely beautiful and highly detailed exterior of the building is no less fascinating than its history, and its role as a "structure and engineering feat" has caused it to be named one of the structural icons of Queensland. Gallery of Modern Art The modernistic Gallery of Modern Art building is full of Australian art spanning the last 50 years from the 1970s until the present day. The museum hosts a range of different exhibits in a variety of mediums, from painting and sculpture to photography and film. Go at 11am, 1pm, or 2pm for a free guided museum tour! New Farm To get a better sense of Brisbane’s history, and to experience a side of Bowen Hills that’s a bit different from other neighborhoods in the area, spend a morning or afternoon walking through the New Farm suburbs. This beautiful peninsula is now known by some as Brisbane’s “Little Italy” due to the number of Italian immigrants who were some of the first settlers into the suburbs. Before them, though, the region was known as Binkinba, or place of the land tortoises, to the Turrbal tribe that once inhabited the area. Now, pretty suburban houses line the streets, stretching on alongside camphor laurel trees. The neighborhood even has a community arts center called The Powerhouse, which was once the power station for the former electric tramway. It is now covered in graffiti, machinery, and old and repurposed electrical equipment, and hosts events from art and music to theater and comedy. Together with New Farm Park, this suburb is a fine example of Brisbane’s historical development. Nature New Farm Park This beautiful park, situated in its namesake suburb, is a Queensland Heritage site, and just one wander through the space makes it easy to see why. The beautiful park, designed by Henry Moore, is a shining example of Queensland’s historic evolution, from an Aboriginal resource to a functional farm on a convict settlement, and then from a racecourse to a residential neighborhood, and finally into a parkland. New Farm Park is now popular for families and picnickers, as well as event planners and festival organizers that host parties and weddings on the grounds. It’s also popular as a jogging track or just a lovely walk, as the park features a wide variety of trees and other greenery like subtropical species and rose gardens. City Botanic Gardens The City Botanic Gardens are spread picturesquely along the banks of the river. The well maintained gardens are the first in Brisbane, and feature a wide variety of unique botanical attractions like a bamboo grove and a boulevard of weeping figs. Sculptures add an artistic element to the park’s stunning nature, and events can be attended or booked at venues like the Riverstage. The all-abilities playground is accessible to children and adults in wheelchairs and other assisted mobility devices. South Bank Parklands Head over Victoria Bridge to cross the river from the City Botanical Gardens to the South Bank Parklands—you won’t be disappointed. This sprawling, 17 hectare park is known for its diversity of greenery, from rainforest foliage to a riverbank beach complete with sand and sun chairs, perfect for swimming. After you take a dip, dry off with a stroll through the flower-saturated Arbour walkway that weaves its way through the Parklands. With its playgrounds and long stretches of well-watered lawns, it’s perfect for family outings or a relaxing solo reading, painting, or people-watching environment. River Quay Nestled on the south end of the South Bank Parklands is the River Quay, one of Brisbane’s most visually stunning locations. The space has a spectacular view of the city skyline across the river, and is a perfect place to sprawl out on the grass and soak in the scenery. The River Quay Green is licensed to sell alcohol until 8pm, and there’s plenty of dining options, specializing in seafood. If you’re in the area on a Sunday, don’t miss the Sunday Sessions on the Green, a popular free music event every week between 2 and 5 pm.
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1

Bowen Hills, QLD, Australia

Located right in the heart of Brisbane’s buzzing nightlife and local music district, Ballow Street Apartment is your home away from home. This bright and airy studio apartment is situated in a former suit factory, now converted into a modern, fully equipped living space in a quiet and secure building. With aircon, free parking, a pool and sauna, your stay in Fortitude Valley will be both fun and comfortable. Have a great night out and come home to Ballow Street Apartment for a relaxing stay.
The unit has a kitchen with a full size fridge, oven, dishwasher and microwave (and a bunch of pots and pans ready for a cook up). It has a laundry with both washer and dryer and is smack dab right in the middle of Fortitude Valley, Brisbane. Whether you want to see your favourite band at one of the many live music venues or pubs, go to a festival at the RNA showgrounds or want to explore the fashion, restaurants and culture of James Street, Ballow Street Apartment won't disappoint. Just two streets down from the main party and live music hub of Brisbane - Brunswick Street Mall, Ballow Street Apartment has full air conditioning, big bright windows (with blinds for that lazy holiday wake-up), free Wifi and one free parking space in the secure garage downstairs. There is a shared sauna in the complex as well as a pool and bbq area for guest use.
The Valley is the unique cultural hub of Brisbane. It is ever evolving and never boring. You can't say you've visited Brisbane without venturing out into the Valley. The best pubs, bars, nightclubs and restaurants are all easy walking distance (s or Rics and people watch. Eat yourself silly in China town or climb the Storey Bridge at dawn. There are endless possibilities in the ever interesting Fortitude Valley.
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Entire home/apt


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Loft


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

0

Fortitude Valley, QLD, Australia

Modern apartment, private bedroom and bathroom. Features include: * Gym with air conditioning and large TV * Large pool * Rooftop BBQ area (booking required) * Poolside BBQ area (booking required) * Short walk to Bowen Hills train station (2 stops to the city) * Within walking distance to a large variety of clubs, bars and restaurants. Friendly couple with a small dog, both of whom usually work on weekdays. happy to provide any additional information upon arrival.
Spacious bedroom with queen size bed and closet space. Private bathroom not used by other tenants.
Great coffee and brownie shop less than 100m away. Quiet suburb but only a short work or drive to the Valley and the city.
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Private room


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Apartment


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2


Bedrooms

1

Bowen Hills, QLD, Australia

Welcome to the Spacious & Cozy 2 Bedroom with free Parking, ideally located on Brisbane's King Street Bowen Hills, next to Fortitude Valley & 1km to CBD. *3MINS to Brisbane Showgrounds, many restaurants, cafes & bars just at your doorstep. 8 Mins to the nearest Fortitude Valley & Bowen Hill Station. 10 Mins to CBD. A Supermarket is just 100M away. This apartment offers Outdoor Swimming pool, Yoga lawns & Cinema Area. Perfect for Family & business travellers! Best location for weekend gateway!
Be our Guest, Feel at home - Effortlessly comfort wherever your next destination. Slife Pty Ltd, specialises in short-term rental management, providing an upmost living standard for our guests. We take care of host’s property like it is our own. We have a 24-7 customer service, a well-trained housekeeping & maintenance team - making sure our homes are spotless clean & fully equipped with high-quality amenities. Step inside this Spacious & Cozy home - located on Level 8. This apartment is fully equipped with European appliances, stone bench tops in kitchen & bathroom. {Sleep is the golden chain that ties our health & body} The Master bedroom comes with a Queen comfortable mattress with high-quality beddings, and our second bedroom comes with 2 singles, which can be combined into a King bed. Our housekeeping team takes the extra effort to make sure your home is spotless clean, with towels & toiletries replenished before check-in. Leisure & Entertainment facilities at Level 4 includes an Outdoor Pool Area, Yoga Lawns, Cinema area, Function Room, Master chef style kitchen with Teppanyaki BBQ & Pizza Oven. A Free Car Space is included, with booking in advance required. Our check in & check out time is flexible, subject to availability. Please tell us your arrival time so we can best accommodate you. If your selected dates are not available, please check out our other similar units in the same building! :) As we value you as our important guest, your concerns are valuable to us. Please feel free to reach us for any questions. Thank you :)
Bowen Hills is where elegance & style meet and heritage-listed properties proudly stand among contemporary buildings. Nestled in the heart of Bowen Hills with the Brisbane Show Grounds at your doorstep, Kings Lynn is walking distance to Brisbane's inner-city attractions and medical district. Fine dining, entertainment and chic shopping options in the nearby James and Kings St precincts with Brisbane's Royal Brisbane & Women's Hospital only a short 950m walk.
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Entire home/apt


Property Type

Apartment


Accommodates

4


Bedrooms

2

Bowen Hills, QLD, Australia

Welcome to my humble abode. The room is located at The Green Apartments. It is close a walk to bus stops and Fortitude Valley train station. Not to forget, a short walk to Fortitude Valley entertainment area. There is a BBQ and garden area in the middle of the complex apartments. Take a stroll to just enjoy the greens or to pick some fresh herbs for your journey.
It is my humble abode that I would love to share with guests. In addition to this, there are a host of variety of restaurants that serve up delicious meals underneath the complex and also around the Fortitude Valley entertainment area. If you are lucky, I might even cook up some delicious food to share with you :)
It is a lovely neighbourhood and ever helpful. Be respectful to them and you will feel at home.
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Private room


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Apartment


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Bowen Hills, QLD, Australia

Welcome to the Breakfree Apartments Fortitude Valley, which is well-known for its easy access to the heart of Fortitude Valley and the eating and shopping of the Emporium and James Street precincts. This studio offers easy access to public transport to head to the city and surroundings, plus if you want nightlife and food options nearby, you’re looking at the jackpot!
This beautiful one bedroom, one bathroom apartment is located in a secure complex. It’s perfectly customised so that you can rest and relax. The fit out is modern and the environment is calming. You will be able to enjoy a Sunday session in the balcony which is spacious and bright. This apartment also offers air conditioning for your comfort.
Fortitude Valley is famous for its variety of food and entertainment options. If you love a life of luxury, head on to James Street, which is again less than a 10 minute walk, or else hit up Chinatown – again just 10 minutes!
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Entire home/apt


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Apartment


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Bowen Hills, QLD, Australia

Our huge, warehouse style apartment is located in the heart of the Fortitude Valley entertainment precinct, and an easy walk to restaurants, cafes, pubs and clubs.
The whole apartment has a spacious, open feeling, with high ceilings and an open plan kitchen and living area. Two large folding doors lead out to a large courtyard which has a barbecue and plenty of seating. There is one cat, who wanders around the entire house, so you must be cat friendly. I keep him out of the bedrooms so they are relatively fur-free, but if you are allergic to cats, this may not be the place for you.
The Valley is the dedicated entertainment precinct of Brisbane, well known for its variety of restaurants, clubs, and music venues. There are small, funky boutiques and many amenities in the immediate area, with Chinatown next door. The apartment is a short walk to the premium shopping in the James St precinct, twenty minutes from the lovely New Farm Park on the river. It is ten minutes by bus/train to Southbank, and Brisbane Central train station is one stop away. You may also walk to Southbank and the city centre, it takes about thirty and twenty minutes respectively. For those visiting the Royal Brisbane Hospital or the RNA Showgrounds, it is about fifteen minutes' walk, or a short bus ride or drive if you have a car.
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Private room


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Apartment


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Fortitude Valley, QLD, Australia

T.A.C 11- The Air Collection 11: - Boutique art showcase to enjoy, buy and take home if you like - Bedroom 2 can have 2 single beds or 1 king size bed + baby in porta-cot - A walk to RNA and in the heart of World class King St precinct, Tivoli & RWBH. 10 mins walk to the Valley and CBD - 10 mins walk to RNA exhibition station - Dine out on the balcony looking at city and story bridge from level 11 -Great Pool/Gym/BBQ/Pizza area. Free covered parking - Skytrain airport connection
T.A.C (The Air Collection) is a Boutique Art exhibition based on the shared economy principle. We share the space with the artists for free giving them a stage and opportunity to be seen and purchased, they share their art for free with you giving a unique experience, worth sharing. Come in, relax and enjoy the atmosphere, if you really like one or two paintings please contact the artist directly, agree on the details, wrap them up and take them home! 100% of the payment goes to the artists. We regularly expose different paintings, providing opportunities for more artists and offer a fresh and exciting experience. We provide 1 queen size bed, 2 single beds that can be attached into 1 big king size bed, a sofa bed for 2 and a porta cot. The kitchen is fully equipped, the 2 bathrooms are provided with shampoo and shower gel. The master bedroom has a designated study nook with city view. The kitchen is fully equipped for cooking, also has an Italian espresso machine and a coffee plunger. We also have a functional self contained laundry with washing machine tub and dryer. We have a great pool and awesome BBW and Pizza outdoor areas.If you want to go to the pool/BBQ/gym area, take the lift to floor 2, using the FOB and follow the signs left towards the Podium - pool hours are 7am to 9pm.
Bowen Hills is a vibrant hub where great food and entertainment are right at your doorstep. Here are some of the main areas to explore: Bowen Hills is home of the RNA, Brisbane Showgrounds, where EKKA and other major events are held all throughout the year. https://www.ekka.com.au/ https://www.brisbaneshowgrounds.com.au/ https://www.brisbaneshowgrounds.com.au/venue The Royal International Convention Centre in the heart of Bowen hills and is a convention centre that celebrates award-winning food and wine, hosts a variety of events and exhibitions. https://www.brisbaneshowgrounds.com.au/venue The brand-new, high end King Street precinct showcases world-class restaurants, cafes, stylish boutiques, beauty bars and entertainment venues including Mercado, Verde and many more. https://www.kingstreetbrisbane.com/ Mercado - quality marketplace experience where you can dine, browse, shop in the deli, bakery or florist and find the freshest ingredients. https://mercadobrisbane.com.au/ This is also a prime location to explore Brisbane heritage sites and get your cultural fix. The Old Museum and Queensland Youth Orchestras https://www.oldmuseum.org/event/?view=calendar&month=November-2018 The Tivoli Theater - great live music and shows https://thetivoli.com.au/ The Twelfth Night Theatre - a boutique theatre that hosts a variety of live performances http://twelfthnighttheatre.com.au/ Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital - RBWH https://metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/rbwh/ Bowen Hills or Valley train station are within walking distance, connected to the Airtrain and frequent buses going Brisbane wide (see Translink for details) https://translink.com.au/ Rydges International Hotel and their sensational restaurant is just steps away https://www.rydges.com/accommodation/brisbane-qld/fortitude-valley-brisbane/ Royal Equestrian Centre where the City meets the Country https://royalsridingschool.com.au/ Di Bella Coffee Roasting Warehouse for those coffee affectionados! You can purchase freshly ground coffee beans; enjoy an array of tasty food, shop for coffee brewing equipment and accessories or even learn to how to make the perfect cup by signing up for a short course. https://dibellacoffee.com/Cafe-Finder/Di-Bella-Roasting-Warehouse Victoria Park Golf Course is an amazing family friendly place to eat, drink and of course, play golf. There is an outdoor coffee cart that sells casual breakfast fare overlooking a playground (there’s even sometimes a free jumping castle!!!) so your little ones can entertain themselves while you eat. If you prefer something more substantial, the restaurant serves its delicious meals indoors or out. Truly the perfect combination to keep parents AND kids happy. https://victoriapark.com.au/ The next suburbs along from Bowen Hills are where you will find more fabulous nightlife, a great variety of shops, bars, cafes, movie theatres which are all close proximity: Emporium (10-15 minute walk) With a mixture of beauty salons, high end second-hand and new clothing boutiques, unique homewares and restaurants with cuisine from all around the world, the Emporium is a lovely place to while away the time. http://www.emporium.com.au/ James St (10-15 minute walk) This is really the place to be. Palace Cinemas. Brickworks. The new Calile Hotel. Wheel & Barrow. Cru Bar. James St Markets.David Jones.Sass & Bide. Pottery Barn. Zimmerman. Conscious Kin. The list goes on and on and on… there really is everything your heart could desire... https://www.jamesst.com.au/ Gasworks (10-15 minute drive with easy 2 hour free underground parking) If you are keen to pop into the supermarket (both Wooolworths and Aldi are in the vicinity) there is nowhere more stylish than the Gasworks to do so! With Campos Coffee, the Wine Emporium, Ollie and Lloyd, the Standard Market Company and loads more everywhere you turn, the Gasworks area in Newstead is certainly worth visiting. https://www.gasworksplaza.com.au/ The Powerhouse (10-15 mins uber/bus ride) https://brisbanepowerhouse.org/ Nightlife: Fortitude Valley The Met - If you want to dance, this is definitely the place. Make sure you get tix before if there is a gig because it can be tricky on the door! Cloudland - This is an enchanted place to enjoy a well crafted cocktail. It’s history is linked to Bowen Hills too as the original Cloudland was located here and controversially demolished in 1982. Today’s version is a must see and is a beautiful tribute to the 1920’s dancehalll. Limes and Eleven Rooftop Bars - I am a fan of being able to sip a drink and look out over the view and if you are too, Limes and Eleven are worth checking out.
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Apartment


Accommodates

6


Bedrooms

2

Bowen Hills, QLD, Australia

This one bedroom apartment delivers minimal modern design to Brisbane’s most vibrant lifestyle precinct. This Fortitude Valley Airbnb gives you the opportunity to experience a hotel experience at AirBnB prices. Located in the heart of Brisbane’s most vibrant cultural and entertainment hub with the myriad of recreational options to be found, easy access to public transport and a short walk to Brisbane's central business district, FV peppers caters every traveler need. It just simply much better.
The apartment is set up to meet every traveller's daily needs. It offers high-speed NBN internet to meet the needs of business travellers or those who just want to scroll through the available titles offered on Netflix. It has been equipped with up to date appliance including a 50 inch LED TV and a comfortable (new) queen bed. There is also a generously sized kitchen with cooking utensils, basic condiments. The bathroom is equipped with a hairdryer and basic toiletries. There is also an iron, ironing board and clothes rack for your use.
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Entire home/apt


Property Type

Apartment


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Fortitude Valley, QLD, Australia

Location, location, location! This spacious, secure apartment is in the heart of Fortitude Valley, the best restaurants, cafes & bars Brisbane has to offer are right on your doorstep. Private balcony for entertaining, large equipped living room & kitchen, walk to the CBD. Wifi and netflix.
A larger than average one bedroom apartment for Brisbane, this is in a secure swipe access building. The building connects directly to the Fortitude Valley train station and is literally on the doorstep of the bustling Valley, with dozens of bars, restaurants and coffee shops within a 2 minute walk. Walking distance to CBD, China Town, New Farm, and trendy James St districts. Despite this, it's an extremely quiet and private location where you will barely know you are right amongst it. Please note, this is a one bedroom apartment with a queen bed in the bedroom, with an additional comfortable sofa bed in the living room that can be pulled out to a queen bed, to accommodate up to four people. Unlimited wifi (both private connection in room and free connection building wide), and netflix running on the TV via Apple TV. Air conditioned with a large balcony with a 6 seater dining table, if you can take the Brisbane heat! This building is an iconic Brisbane site, which has been renovated into apartments. We are travellers ourselves and have tried to set the place up with what we need/like while we are travelling, equipped for short or long term stays.
Everything! The Valley is a cultural centre of Brisbane, everything is here! Food, drink, entertainment - movie theatres within walking distance, amazing live music, art galleries. It's also one of the few train stations in Brisbane that every line stops at, so it's quick to get to and from any other part of Brisbane on the train, which is right next to the apartment block. New bakery lane has opened right on our block, full of trendy shops and coffee shops.
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Apartment


Accommodates

4


Bedrooms

1

Fortitude Valley, QLD, Australia

Enjoy the best Brisbane has to offer by staying in my beautifully decorated and perfectly positioned apartment. Set in a 5 star resort right on the edge of the city, you'll be moments from Brisbane's best nightlife, the CBD, Chinatown, train station & endless cafes & restaurants. This is a foodies paradise! It comfortably accommodates up to 4 people with a deluxe queen bed & double sofa bed and has access to the beautiful heated pool overlooking the city, massive gym, yoga studio & sun decks!
My apartment is located in one of Brisbane city's most iconic buildings, the Flatiron, a 5 star resort in Fortitude Valley. Getting to the apartment couldn't be easier. 2 mins walk from Fortitude Valley Station or just 15min by car from the Airport. Surrounded by Brisbane's best nightlife, the Brisbane CBD, Chinatown, train station & endless cafes & restaurants. This is a foodies paradise and the perfect location to explore! You can walk to the best that Brisbane has to offer. - Free unlimited super-fast internet - 2 mins walk to bus and train (with direct line to airport) - 10 mins walk to Brisbane CBD - Fabulous restaurants and cafes right on your doorstep - Amazing nightlife just moments away For endless entertainment you have the stunning 55" TV with 4K resolution - pretty awesome, really. Don't forget to take advantage of the free bus (City Loop) a short walk from the apartment and the free ferry (City Hopper) from Eagle Pier in the Riverside. Where to go? The Valley is a hive of activity. Live music thrives and international DJs are drawn to the clubs and chic bars. By day, excellent restaurants vie for attention amongst organic beauty outlets and cool cafes. By night, a rock scene comes alive and the streets swell with the youth and the youthful of the local music scene. Staples of the Valley include Fatboys/Riks cafe, Cloudland and the Empire Hotel. The impressive Chinatown Mall is a hub of exotic Chinese supermarkets and restaurants. The Emporium complex channels a European village feel, James St showcases Australian fashion labels, and Brunswick St is home to multicultural dining options. Outside of The Valley you can visit: - Brisbane Riverside is 10 minutes walk down the block. - The Queen Street Mall, the most important shopping precinct and heart of Brisbane is only a few blocks away. - South Bank parklands, museums, art gallery, beach, etc is approximately 30 min walk or very easy by public transport. Many more recommendations and awesome ideas will be given upon your arrival. Most importantly, I'm always here to help so please don't be shy and feel free to ask any questions :)
Your local neighbourhood is a vibrant, electric and outgoing place for everyone with a love of contemporary urban life. It is where elegance and style meet grungy and offbeat, and heritage-listed properties proudly stand among contemporary buildings. Fortitude Valley lies right next to the city centre and is one of Brisbane’s main entertainment hubs. The area is also home to one of the largest shopping precincts in Australia. You will never be far from the action, as lots of Brisbane’s annual events are held here, including the International Jazz Festival, the Big Gay Day and the three-day Valley Fiesta. The Valley, as it is affectionately known, was Australia’s first dedicated entertainment district and continues to be a hive of activity. Live music thrives and international DJs are drawn to the clubs and chic bars. By day, excellent restaurants vie for attention amongst organic beauty outlets and cool cafes. By night, a rock scene comes alive and the streets swell with the youth and the youthful of the local music scene. Staples of the Valley include Fatboys/Riks cafe and the Empire Hotel. The impressive Chinatown Mall is a hub of exotic Chinese supermarkets and restaurants. The Emporium complex channels a European village feel, James St showcases Australian fashion labels, and Brunswick St is home to multicultural dining options. As the area is so centrally located, you will have easy access to all modes of public transport. Enjoy this hip inner city location and the best of Brisbane from Funky Fortitude Valley - I’m really looking forward to hosting you soon!
Room Type

Entire home/apt


Property Type

Apartment


Accommodates

4


Bedrooms

1

Fortitude Valley, QLD, Australia

My place is very close to the Brisbane RNA Showgrounds, Tivoli, Royal International Convention Centre RICC, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, QLD Museum, Valley night life, King street restaurants and cafes. You’ll love my place because of its location, city views, comfort, resort-style swimming pool, giant outdoor TV screen, and BBQ area with woodfire pizza oven. Come and compare it with five-star hotels :) My place is perfect for couples, solo adventurers, and business travellers.
This apartment is located on the high-end of the beautiful resort-style complex. It has a fully equipped kitchen, washing machine, dryer, TV, NBN, and balcony. Your room has a private bathroom and a queen size bed. Walk 2 mins to the famous King street, a street buzzing with cafes and bars. Or walk 5 mins to Fortitude Valley to enjoy your vibrant night life. Or just stay in the common area, have a BBQ, relax in the resort-style swimming pool, bake a pizza in the woodfire oven or work out in the outdoor gym.
Food and Beverage More information King Street Foodies will absolutely adore Bowen Hills, as the neighborhood is absolutely stuffed with food options, from classy upscale restaurants to inexpensive food trucks. Anything you could possibly desire can be found at the Brisbane Showgrounds, a 5 minutes walk from the apartment. Head to trendy King Street to visit some of the top rated restaurants, eateries, bistros, and cafes in all of Brisbane. From wood fired Italian pizza to world-class sushi and plump dumplings, King Street restaurants are serving up the finest cuisines you could be craving. Welcome to Bowen Hills If casual, eat-as-you-go food stalls are more your speed, Welcome To Bowen Hills is the place to be. It’s a permanent food truck hub with a rotating assortment of carts and stalls, featuring an indoor/outdoor bar and enormous, 1000 person beer garden. In the outdoor sections, you can meander through lush hanging plants and boardwalk-style signage, stopping to munch on tacos or finger foods or whole entrees at a table along the way. Ekka milk bar is an awesome base in the complex, perfect for beer lovers with 68 different pints on tap. If you’re more comfortable with cocktails, explore the space to find the secret gin bar. Welcome to Bowen Hills is the perfect place to bring a date, meet locals relaxing on the weekend, or marvel at the some of Brisbane’s best as a solo traveler. Chinatown You could eat for days on end on King Street and Welcome to Bowen Hills without repeating a meal, but if authentic Asian cuisine is what you’re seeking, take the ten or fifteen minute walk over to Chinatown. It’s the hub of Brisbane’s vibrant Asian community, with street signs written in both Engish and Chinese. Though Chinatown Mall on Duncan Street is the heart of the district, the area has grown remarkably in recent years and now stretches down the full three square blocks between Alfred and McLachlan Streets and Gipps and Constance Streets. Get your dumpling fix and chow down on Chinese food, or explore Korean, Vietnamese, Thai, Japanese, or Indonesian options. Once you’re well-fed, browse the market stalls for trinkets and souvenirs and some more Asian snacks. Entertainment Brisbane Showgrounds Brisbane Showgrounds has a lot more to offer than food. The Showgrounds have been a meeting place and iconic landmark for nearly 150 years. Aiming to be “the new heart of Brisbane,” the Showgrounds are a meeting place and entertainment center for locals and tourists alike. You can find anything from vegan food festivals to monster truck showdowns here, with events and attractions for people of all ages and from any country. Come for a performance or a show and stay for the beautiful environment, the endless food options, and the bars! James Street Market James Street is another has-it-all avenue for food and entertainment options. Much like King Street, it’s well set up for an afternoon of shopping, or to head out for lunch or dinner. There are tons of new gym facilities, as well as specialty shops like furniture stores and baby supplies. If you’re looking for a hairdresser or nail salon, James Street is a good place to look. The James Street Market is also a wonderful place to stroll through, where you can get fresh fruits and vegetables or a hot lunch from a food stall. Little Stanley Street Little Stanley Street is full of boutiques, chic shops, and restaurants with a whole host of highly rated international cuisines. Stroll down the strip for some jewelry shopping, and stop into a bar or cafe for a snack, or pick up some high end fashion to wear to a critically acclaimed restaurant for a formal meal. Wheel of Brisbane There’s so much to see in Bowen Hills—why not get a birds eye view? The Wheel of Brisbane is an iconic Bowen Hills landmark, adorning the skyline on the South Bank. The Wheel rises a spectacular 60 meters above ground level in an enclosed, air-conditioned gondola that seats 8 people. From the top, you’ll get a 360-degree panoramic view of Brisbane city. The can’t-miss-it experience is truly breathtaking. Queensland Performing Arts Centre Also known as QPAC, the Queensland Performing Arts Center is the heart of the city’s art and performance scene, hosting over 1000 performances yearly in four indoor theaters as well as its outdoor spaces. QPAC has hosted some of the world’s leading artists and companies, including The Royal Ballet, the American Ballet Theatre, and the Hamburg Ballet, as well as the Hamburg Philharmonic and the Hamburg State Opera. Outside of opera and ballet, the Queensland Performing Arts Center is also famous for musicals, theater, comedy, and contemporary music. Check out their schedule to catch one of their impressive performances, or to see what kind of shows and programs they’re hosting or funding outside of the center. Culture Queensland Heritage Register Bowen Hills, and Brisbane more broadly, are culture-packed areas full of an impressive number of sites that are protected under the Queensland Heritage Register. To be included in the Register, a site has to demonstrate rare or endangered characteristics of Queensland’s rich cultural heritage, or to contribute to the overall understanding of Queensland history. Sites might be aesthetically significant, or associated with important communities, individuals, organizations, or cultural groups that themselves represent key moments or evolutions in Queensland’s history. To be registered as a Heritage Site is a meaningful testament, and so it is incredible there are at least six just in the neighborhood surrounding Bowen Hills. Grey Street Grey Street is to Brisbane’s culture what King Street is to Brisbane’s food. From visual to performance art, from science to history museums, you can spend hours and days on the boulevard immersing yourself in the city’s most impressive institutions. Catch one of the 1200 performances the Queensland Performing Arts Centre has to offer, whether classical music, comedy, or dance. Ogle the art at the Gallery of Modern Art, or spend some contemplative time at the State Library or the Sciencentre. The Old Museum Like the rest of Bowen Hills and Brisbane City, the Old Museum has gone through many changes to become the venue you can visit today. Originally called the Exhibition Building and Concert Hall the Old Museum was originally built for the Queensland National Agricultural and Industrial Association. It then became the home of the Queensland Museum, until that museum moved elsewhere. The Old Museum now houses the Queensland Youth Orchestras, the Brisbane Symphony Orchestra, and the Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as a whole host of sports and arts organizations who use the building for practice, performance, and administrative space. The uniquely beautiful and highly detailed exterior of the building is no less fascinating than its history, and its role as a "structure and engineering feat" has caused it to be named one of the structural icons of Queensland. Gallery of Modern Art The modernistic Gallery of Modern Art building is full of Australian art spanning the last 50 years from the 1970s until the present day. The museum hosts a range of different exhibits in a variety of mediums, from painting and sculpture to photography and film. Go at 11am, 1pm, or 2pm for a free guided museum tour! New Farm To get a better sense of Brisbane’s history, and to experience a side of Bowen Hills that’s a bit different from other neighborhoods in the area, spend a morning or afternoon walking through the New Farm suburbs. This beautiful peninsula is now known by some as Brisbane’s “Little Italy” due to the number of Italian immigrants who were some of the first settlers into the suburbs. Before them, though, the region was known as Binkinba, or place of the land tortoises, to the Turrbal tribe that once inhabited the area. Now, pretty suburban houses line the streets, stretching on alongside camphor laurel trees. The neighborhood even has a community arts center called The Powerhouse, which was once the power station for the former electric tramway. It is now covered in graffiti, machinery, and old and repurposed electrical equipment, and hosts events from art and music to theater and comedy. Together with New Farm Park, this suburb is a fine example of Brisbane’s historical development. Nature New Farm Park This beautiful park, situated in its namesake suburb, is a Queensland Heritage site, and just one wander through the space makes it easy to see why. The beautiful park, designed by Henry Moore, is a shining example of Queensland’s historic evolution, from an Aboriginal resource to a functional farm on a convict settlement, and then from a racecourse to a residential neighborhood, and finally into a parkland. New Farm Park is now popular for families and picnickers, as well as event planners and festival organizers that host parties and weddings on the grounds. It’s also popular as a jogging track or just a lovely walk, as the park features a wide variety of trees and other greenery like subtropical species and rose gardens. City Botanic Gardens The City Botanic Gardens are spread picturesquely along the banks of the river. The well maintained gardens are the first in Brisbane, and feature a wide variety of unique botanical attractions like a bamboo grove and a boulevard of weeping figs. Sculptures add an artistic element to the park’s stunning nature, and events can be attended or booked at venues like the Riverstage. The all-abilities playground is accessible to children and adults in wheelchairs and other assisted mobility devices. South Bank Parklands Head over Victoria Bridge to cross the river from the City Botanical Gardens to the South Bank Parklands—you won’t be disappointed. This sprawling, 17 hectare park is known for its diversity of greenery, from rainforest foliage to a riverbank beach complete with sand and sun chairs, perfect for swimming. After you take a dip, dry off with a stroll through the flower-saturated Arbour walkway that weaves its way through the Parklands. With its playgrounds and long stretches of well-watered lawns, it’s perfect for family outings or a relaxing solo reading, painting, or people-watching environment. River Quay Nestled on the south end of the South Bank Parklands is the River Quay, one of Brisbane’s most visually stunning locations. The space has a spectacular view of the city skyline across the river, and is a perfect place to sprawl out on the grass and soak in the scenery. The River Quay Green is licensed to sell alcohol until 8pm, and there’s plenty of dining options, specializing in seafood. If you’re in the area on a Sunday, don’t miss the Sunday Sessions on the Green, a popular free music event every week between 2 and 5 pm.
Room Type

Private room


Property Type

Apartment


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Bowen Hills, QLD, Australia

My place is very close to the Brisbane RNA Showgrounds, Tivoli, Royal International Convention Centre RICC, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, QLD Museum, Valley night life, King street restaurants and cafes. You’ll love my place because of its location, city views, comfort, resort-style swimming pool, giant outdoor TV screen, and BBQ area with woodfire pizza oven. Come and compare it with five-star hotels :) My place is perfect for couples, solo adventurers, and business travellers.
This apartment is located on the high-end of the beautiful resort-style complex. It has a fully equipped kitchen, washing machine, dryer, TV, NBN, and balcony. Your room has a private bathroom and a queen size bed. Walk 2 mins to the famous King street, a street buzzing with cafes and bars. Or walk 5 mins to Fortitude Valley to enjoy your vibrant night life. Or just stay in the common area, have a BBQ, relax in the resort-style swimming pool, bake a pizza in the woodfire oven or work out in the outdoor gym.
Food and Beverage More information King Street Foodies will absolutely adore Bowen Hills, as the neighborhood is absolutely stuffed with food options, from classy upscale restaurants to inexpensive food trucks. Anything you could possibly desire can be found at the Brisbane Showgrounds, a 5 minutes walk from the apartment. Head to trendy King Street to visit some of the top rated restaurants, eateries, bistros, and cafes in all of Brisbane. From wood fired Italian pizza to world-class sushi and plump dumplings, King Street restaurants are serving up the finest cuisines you could be craving. Welcome to Bowen Hills If casual, eat-as-you-go food stalls are more your speed, Welcome To Bowen Hills is the place to be. It’s a permanent food truck hub with a rotating assortment of carts and stalls, featuring an indoor/outdoor bar and enormous, 1000 person beer garden. In the outdoor sections, you can meander through lush hanging plants and boardwalk-style signage, stopping to munch on tacos or finger foods or whole entrees at a table along the way. Ekka milk bar is an awesome base in the complex, perfect for beer lovers with 68 different pints on tap. If you’re more comfortable with cocktails, explore the space to find the secret gin bar. Welcome to Bowen Hills is the perfect place to bring a date, meet locals relaxing on the weekend, or marvel at the some of Brisbane’s best as a solo traveler. Chinatown You could eat for days on end on King Street and Welcome to Bowen Hills without repeating a meal, but if authentic Asian cuisine is what you’re seeking, take the ten or fifteen minute walk over to Chinatown. It’s the hub of Brisbane’s vibrant Asian community, with street signs written in both Engish and Chinese. Though Chinatown Mall on Duncan Street is the heart of the district, the area has grown remarkably in recent years and now stretches down the full three square blocks between Alfred and McLachlan Streets and Gipps and Constance Streets. Get your dumpling fix and chow down on Chinese food, or explore Korean, Vietnamese, Thai, Japanese, or Indonesian options. Once you’re well-fed, browse the market stalls for trinkets and souvenirs and some more Asian snacks. Entertainment Brisbane Showgrounds Brisbane Showgrounds has a lot more to offer than food. The Showgrounds have been a meeting place and iconic landmark for nearly 150 years. Aiming to be “the new heart of Brisbane,” the Showgrounds are a meeting place and entertainment center for locals and tourists alike. You can find anything from vegan food festivals to monster truck showdowns here, with events and attractions for people of all ages and from any country. Come for a performance or a show and stay for the beautiful environment, the endless food options, and the bars! James Street Market James Street is another has-it-all avenue for food and entertainment options. Much like King Street, it’s well set up for an afternoon of shopping, or to head out for lunch or dinner. There are tons of new gym facilities, as well as specialty shops like furniture stores and baby supplies. If you’re looking for a hairdresser or nail salon, James Street is a good place to look. The James Street Market is also a wonderful place to stroll through, where you can get fresh fruits and vegetables or a hot lunch from a food stall. Little Stanley Street Little Stanley Street is full of boutiques, chic shops, and restaurants with a whole host of highly rated international cuisines. Stroll down the strip for some jewelry shopping, and stop into a bar or cafe for a snack, or pick up some high end fashion to wear to a critically acclaimed restaurant for a formal meal. Wheel of Brisbane There’s so much to see in Bowen Hills—why not get a birds eye view? The Wheel of Brisbane is an iconic Bowen Hills landmark, adorning the skyline on the South Bank. The Wheel rises a spectacular 60 meters above ground level in an enclosed, air-conditioned gondola that seats 8 people. From the top, you’ll get a 360-degree panoramic view of Brisbane city. The can’t-miss-it experience is truly breathtaking. Queensland Performing Arts Centre Also known as QPAC, the Queensland Performing Arts Center is the heart of the city’s art and performance scene, hosting over 1000 performances yearly in four indoor theaters as well as its outdoor spaces. QPAC has hosted some of the world’s leading artists and companies, including The Royal Ballet, the American Ballet Theatre, and the Hamburg Ballet, as well as the Hamburg Philharmonic and the Hamburg State Opera. Outside of opera and ballet, the Queensland Performing Arts Center is also famous for musicals, theater, comedy, and contemporary music. Check out their schedule to catch one of their impressive performances, or to see what kind of shows and programs they’re hosting or funding outside of the center. Culture Queensland Heritage Register Bowen Hills, and Brisbane more broadly, are culture-packed areas full of an impressive number of sites that are protected under the Queensland Heritage Register. To be included in the Register, a site has to demonstrate rare or endangered characteristics of Queensland’s rich cultural heritage, or to contribute to the overall understanding of Queensland history. Sites might be aesthetically significant, or associated with important communities, individuals, organizations, or cultural groups that themselves represent key moments or evolutions in Queensland’s history. To be registered as a Heritage Site is a meaningful testament, and so it is incredible there are at least six just in the neighborhood surrounding Bowen Hills. Grey Street Grey Street is to Brisbane’s culture what King Street is to Brisbane’s food. From visual to performance art, from science to history museums, you can spend hours and days on the boulevard immersing yourself in the city’s most impressive institutions. Catch one of the 1200 performances the Queensland Performing Arts Centre has to offer, whether classical music, comedy, or dance. Ogle the art at the Gallery of Modern Art, or spend some contemplative time at the State Library or the Sciencentre. The Old Museum Like the rest of Bowen Hills and Brisbane City, the Old Museum has gone through many changes to become the venue you can visit today. Originally called the Exhibition Building and Concert Hall the Old Museum was originally built for the Queensland National Agricultural and Industrial Association. It then became the home of the Queensland Museum, until that museum moved elsewhere. The Old Museum now houses the Queensland Youth Orchestras, the Brisbane Symphony Orchestra, and the Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as a whole host of sports and arts organizations who use the building for practice, performance, and administrative space. The uniquely beautiful and highly detailed exterior of the building is no less fascinating than its history, and its role as a "structure and engineering feat" has caused it to be named one of the structural icons of Queensland. Gallery of Modern Art The modernistic Gallery of Modern Art building is full of Australian art spanning the last 50 years from the 1970s until the present day. The museum hosts a range of different exhibits in a variety of mediums, from painting and sculpture to photography and film. Go at 11am, 1pm, or 2pm for a free guided museum tour! New Farm To get a better sense of Brisbane’s history, and to experience a side of Bowen Hills that’s a bit different from other neighborhoods in the area, spend a morning or afternoon walking through the New Farm suburbs. This beautiful peninsula is now known by some as Brisbane’s “Little Italy” due to the number of Italian immigrants who were some of the first settlers into the suburbs. Before them, though, the region was known as Binkinba, or place of the land tortoises, to the Turrbal tribe that once inhabited the area. Now, pretty suburban houses line the streets, stretching on alongside camphor laurel trees. The neighborhood even has a community arts center called The Powerhouse, which was once the power station for the former electric tramway. It is now covered in graffiti, machinery, and old and repurposed electrical equipment, and hosts events from art and music to theater and comedy. Together with New Farm Park, this suburb is a fine example of Brisbane’s historical development. Nature New Farm Park This beautiful park, situated in its namesake suburb, is a Queensland Heritage site, and just one wander through the space makes it easy to see why. The beautiful park, designed by Henry Moore, is a shining example of Queensland’s historic evolution, from an Aboriginal resource to a functional farm on a convict settlement, and then from a racecourse to a residential neighborhood, and finally into a parkland. New Farm Park is now popular for families and picnickers, as well as event planners and festival organizers that host parties and weddings on the grounds. It’s also popular as a jogging track or just a lovely walk, as the park features a wide variety of trees and other greenery like subtropical species and rose gardens. City Botanic Gardens The City Botanic Gardens are spread picturesquely along the banks of the river. The well maintained gardens are the first in Brisbane, and feature a wide variety of unique botanical attractions like a bamboo grove and a boulevard of weeping figs. Sculptures add an artistic element to the park’s stunning nature, and events can be attended or booked at venues like the Riverstage. The all-abilities playground is accessible to children and adults in wheelchairs and other assisted mobility devices. South Bank Parklands Head over Victoria Bridge to cross the river from the City Botanical Gardens to the South Bank Parklands—you won’t be disappointed. This sprawling, 17 hectare park is known for its diversity of greenery, from rainforest foliage to a riverbank beach complete with sand and sun chairs, perfect for swimming. After you take a dip, dry off with a stroll through the flower-saturated Arbour walkway that weaves its way through the Parklands. With its playgrounds and long stretches of well-watered lawns, it’s perfect for family outings or a relaxing solo reading, painting, or people-watching environment. River Quay Nestled on the south end of the South Bank Parklands is the River Quay, one of Brisbane’s most visually stunning locations. The space has a spectacular view of the city skyline across the river, and is a perfect place to sprawl out on the grass and soak in the scenery. The River Quay Green is licensed to sell alcohol until 8pm, and there’s plenty of dining options, specializing in seafood. If you’re in the area on a Sunday, don’t miss the Sunday Sessions on the Green, a popular free music event every week between 2 and 5 pm.
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Private room


Property Type

Apartment


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Bowen Hills, QLD, Australia

This humble homely studio apartment is fully self contained and walking distance to an array of dining and entertainment options. Centrally located on border of Bowen Hill & Fortitude Valley. Walk to Emporium, supermarket, Showgrounds, train station and so much more. The apartment is located in a small complex in a dead end street. The great attraction with this property is the location whatever you visit this is a great base to enjoy Brisbane and what is has to offer.
Studio apartment with a comfortable double bed. Ideal for 2 guest. Bathroom has a shower with washing machine and dryer for your use. Please note this property is located on the train line and is subject to some train noise.
Room Type

Entire home/apt


Property Type

Apartment


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

0

Bowen Hills, QLD, Australia

Brand New 2 bedrooms modern Belise Apartment with free Parking, Internet, Netflix, Swimming Pool, Gym, Sauna, Roof Top, BBQ and City View. Conveniently located in the heart of Brisbane, walking distance to Exhibition Ground, King St, RBWH, The Valley, Gasworks , James St and Brisbane CBD. Surrounded by many popular cafes, pubs, restaurants and shops. Close to public transport, Train, Bus and City Cycle. Perfect place for Traveller, Business Trip, Week end Gateway and Family Holiday
- 2 Bedroom with 2 Queen size bed - Complete kitchen with utilities - Bathroom - Living Room - Dining Room - Laundry - Balcony - Free Wifi and Netflix - Apple TV - Fully Ducted Air Conditioner - Free Undercover parking - Swimming Pool and Spa - Sauna - Gym - Roof Top Deck with BBQ facility
Bowen Hills is a new developed upmarket area 1.8 km from centre of Brisbane. Located 5 minutes walk from Brisbane Exhibition Showground and with the hottest spot of Brisbane nightlife at Fortitude Valley is only 900 metres away. Also walking distance to many exciting places and venue around Brisbane. A paradise for food lovers, many cafes, restaurants, pubs and food markets nearby. Groceries shop and Liquor shop is also less than 5 min walk.
Room Type

Entire home/apt


Property Type

Apartment


Accommodates

4


Bedrooms

2

Bowen Hills, QLD, Australia

Private room with en-suite, set in the heart of one of Brisbane's most vibrant and cosmopolitan entertainment precincts. Embedded within this landmark development is a state of the art gym, yoga retreat, a tropical outdoor lounge area, a heated U-shaped skyline pool, and a moonlight cinema. This two bedroom, two bathroom apartment features a kitchen, laundry, separate lounge and private balcony. You have access to a private bedroom with ensuite as well as the rest of the apartments amenities.
Our home has a beautiful cozy feel to it, located on the fringe of everything going on in the Valley. A simple 3 minute walk around the corner and you will find the Fortitude Valley station, along with shops, restaurants, cafes, fast food and bottle shops.
Night life Amazing restaurants China town Pubs River
Room Type

Entire home/apt


Property Type

Serviced apartment


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Fortitude Valley, QLD, Australia

Gorgeous newly renovated apartment just 200m from the buzz of James St hub. Stay right in the centre of all the action of the valley and James St. Just minutes drive from the city and New Farm, and close to bars, restaurants designer shopping and the new Calile Hotel. Be one of the first to stay! The apartment is freshly painted, with refurbished bathroom and kitchen, all new appliances, and fresh plants. Plus there's an underground car space so forget the worry of where to park.
You have the entire one bedroom apartment to yourself. Parking is a scarcity around James St - you don’t have to worry though, an underground car park comes with your booking!
James St is the life hub of fortitude valley and you as literally metres from loads of great bars and restaurants, some of Brisbane's best coffee and the brand new Calile Hotel and surrounding designer stores. Check out my guestbook.
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Entire home/apt


Property Type

Apartment


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Fortitude Valley, QLD, Australia

Located in one of Brisbane’s most exciting inner-city suburbs, Oaks Mews in Bowen Hills offers a range of stylish, serviced apartments & deluxe onsite leisure facilities in a supremely central location.
Enjoy extra space and modern amenities in the 1 Bedroom Apartment. The apartment is well suited to singles & couples. It’s got all the basics which means you can relax in homey comfort as soon as you step inside. •Sleep soundly in hotel quality linen •Cook (or don’t) in a fully equipped kitchen •Dine inside or outside on your own private balcony •Freshen up your wardrobe during your stay with in-room laundry facilities
Oaks Mews Apartments is in close proximity to some of the region’s favourite attractions. Fortitude Valley, Chinatown, New Farm’s shopping and dining precinct, Queen Street Mall, Southbank and Suncorp Stadium are all easily accessible by car or bus. Additionally, the Brisbane International and Domestic Airport is just a 15-minute drive and airport shuttles can be arranged at your convenience.
Room Type

Entire home/apt


Property Type

Serviced apartment


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Bowen Hills, QLD, Australia

Fully self-contained Studio apartment featuring a fully equipped kitchen with an oven and a dishwasher. Air-conditioned, a flat-screen TV, laundry facilities and a private bathroom with free toiletries. Apartment also has a small balcony Carparking EXTRA $15 per night or $70 per week
Spacious studio apartment close to the CBD which is walking distance to RNA Showgrounds and Fortitude Valley. Many restaurants within walking distance and IGA one block away
IGA one block - walking distance to resturants
Room Type

Entire home/apt


Property Type

Serviced apartment


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

0

Bowen Hills, QLD, Australia

This humble homely studio apartment is fully self contained and walking distance to an array of dining and entertainment options. Centrally located on border of Bowen Hill & Fortitude Valley. Walk to Emporium, supermarket, Showgrounds, train station and so much more. The apartment is located in a small complex in a dead end street. The great attraction with this property is the location whatever you visit this is a great base to enjoy Brisbane and what is has to offer.
Studio apartment with a comfortable double bed. The sofa couch can be open up for extra guest to sleep a maximum of 4. Ideal for 2 guest. Bathroom has a shower with washing machine and dryer for your use. Please note this property is located on the train line and is subject to some train noise.
Room Type

Entire home/apt


Property Type

Apartment


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

0

Bowen Hills, QLD, Australia

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