Brisbane’s Inner City mainly consists of units and apartment buildings, most with views of the Brisbane River. Well known suburbs include Spring Hill, Kangaroo Point and Newstead.
Living in the Brisbane CBD means living in the heart of Brisbane. There is no shortage of great restaurants, cafes and no major need for a car due to everything being so close and sufficient public transport.
Local attraction in the area include Queensland Parliament House, Brisbane City Hall, the Queens Gardens, City Botanic Gardens and King George Square.
The inner city is also home to tertiary institutions such as the Queensland University of Technology Gardens Point Campus.
Average housing in the area is in the expensive range, with some median house prices reaching almost $1,000,000 on average. The population of the CBD is almost at 13,000.
It is easy to get around with public transport or on foot. There are bus services and suburban trains that pass through the Central Railway station and Roma Street station. There are also ferry services, which are particularly popular with tourists and commuter services.