Are you looking for accommodation close to South Bank in Brisbane? Quest Apartment Hotels have several hotels close to and around the South Bank Brisbane area. Some of our hotels are only 10 minutes drive or 20 minute walk from the South Bank Parklands.
If you are visiting South Bank Brisbane to attend a event or are visiting the surrounding galleries you will find a number of Quest Apartment hotels to choose from.
With accommodation options ranging from Studio, to One, Two and up to Three bedroom apartments, Quest Apartment Hotels offer great options for accommodation near South Bank Brisbane. Perfect for short or long breaks for singles, couples, families and groups.
Brisbane’s biggest backyard, South Bank, is an inner city suburb at the southern bank of Brisbane river. It encompasses 17 hectares of parklands and an abundance of activities, events and eateries. Over 11 million visitors are attracted to this diverse entertainment and leisure district each year. The parklands consist of grassed areas, the Streets Beach, Courier Mail Piazza, Wheel of Brisbane, museums, galleries and the Queensland Conservatorium.
South Bank Brisbane is not short of year-round events and is home to many permanent sites. Streets Beach is a man made beach and a popular area of the park with tonnes of sand brought-in each year to ensure the beach is perfect to relax and unwind. Queensland Art Gallery, the Gallery of Modern Art and Queensland Maritime Museum surround the parklands from the north to the south. The Wheel of Brisbane, a Ferris-wheel is another prominent attraction which stands 60 metres tall and gives riders a 15 minute ride with extensive panoramic views of the parklands as well as Brisbane City and River.
There are multiple transport options to reach the South Bank Brisbane district. Access points for walkers can be found via the streets off the park itself or The Goodwill and Kurilpa bridges that are pedestrian and cyclist only link to the city. Public transport is found within walking distance at the Cultural Centre and South Bank busway station, as well as the South Brisbane and South bank railway stations. The CityCat ferry service departs from the Victoria Bridge terminals and run through Brisbane River.