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Introducing host city Brisbane


Brisbane, Australia’s new world city, host of the 2032 Olympics and vibrant capital of the State of Queensland, will host i-SAIRAS 2024.
Home to over 2.2 million people, Brisbane is a leading centre of medical and scientific research, technology and a thriving industry hub.
A visit to Brisbane is a chance to immerse yourself in the very best of Australia. We encourage you to arrive a little earlier or stay a little longer to discover what Brisbane and its spectacular surrounds offer you. A modern, dynamic and welcoming city, Brisbane offers quintessential Australian experiences with access to the stunning Great Barrier Reef and proximity to famous beach destinations and World Heritage-listed rainforests. Brisbane is renowned for its subtropical outdoor lifestyle and friendly locals.  Built on the banks of a gently winding river, discover a compact and walkable city where you will find a surprise around every corner.

Receive a warm welcome and be shown the local places to visit - the designer and boutique outlets, the alfresco bistros and cafes, rooftop venues, specialist bars, enticing galleries and eclectic markets. From Brisbane you can immediately embrace all the Australian must do experiences from the one convenient urban base: ​​

  • Cuddle a koala and hand-feed kangaroos at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary  

  • Immerse yourself in World Heritage-listed rainforests and escape to lush mountain hideaways 

  • Explore pristine islands in Moreton Bay, home to the world’s second largest sand island 

  • Stand on the incredible white sands of our Gold and Sunshine Coast beaches  

  • Discover the cultural heritage of the Indigenous Yuggera people  

  • Snorkel the Great Barrier Reef at Lady Elliot Island on a day trip from Brisbane 

  • Hand-feed wild dolphins at Tangalooma Island Resort

  • Get up close and personal with migrating humpback whales


For more information on where to eat, drink, shop, play and stay in Brisbane, click the links below.

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