Australia's third largest city-Brisbane After going to the Lone Pine Koala Park and Kuta Mountain in the west of the city, follow the navigation to the east and return to the city soon. Driving in the urban area of Brisbane is more comfortable than Sydney and Melbourne, probably because there are fewer people and cars compared to those two big guys. There are many scenic spots in the city. Stop by, go to George Square, City Hall, Twilight Market. These are three consecutive attractions. In the city center, the map searches the nearby parking lot. It takes 5 minutes to park and walk. The square is being decorated for Christmas.
A landmark square in the center of Brisbane, but it's really small in scale. It's actually an open space in front of the city hall, plus some statues. Half of the square is shops, especially restaurants. Because it is located in the city center and is also a meeting point for several main roads, this place is very lively, and it is also very clean and orderly.
In fact, it is the square in front of the City Hall. Its position is similar to that of Shanghai's People's Square. Of course, it is totally unmatched in terms of the area. It is separated by the city hall building and several roads, which is actually a very small area. Plot. The scenery is still very good. There is no doubt that you can get the front view of the city hall. In fact, I only did this thing here. In addition, some sculptures and simple greening arrangements, in addition to a small area that seems to be on display, were not open at the time. There are a lot of citizens and tourists coming and going, and there are birds running around on the ground. The overall environment is very pleasant.