Our Brisbane street map page gives the big picture for drivers in the first map and a more detailed picture for walkers below in the second map.
The larger map can be panned to cover the Brisbane area for the places you want to visit, and also zoomed to focus in on what is there when you get there, if you follow me.
Use the maps to plan your visit, and pick your place to stay to make the best use of your time.
There is no sense spending the whole trip traveling, when
with a bit of forward planning you can be centrally located for the
things you want to see and do.
The bigger map will show you where to find The Gabba... a popular location for sports lovers... which is located due south... since you ask.
The airport can be found by going north-west along the river.
Another place of interest that you might find interesting and helpful, is the lookout at Mt Coot-tha, where you can get a good view of the city and the area surrounding it. The Brisbane Botanic Gardens and Planetarium are also located at Mt Cootha and are worth visiting.
Roma Street parklands are another very popular destination.
For those who may be thinking of studying in the city, you may like to take a look at the Brisbane Universities.
Of course, by adjusting the zoom, it can also help you to find your way out to the Sunshine Coast, the Gold Coast and Brisbane's own coast on Moreton Bay.
For hotels or other accommodation, visit our page hotels and search for one that best suits your visit, whether it's business in the CBD, sports events at The Gabba or the Cauldron, or seeing the sites of the city.
We've also provided a Surfers Paradise map page here.
The CBD street map is a good one to carry with you as you stroll around the Central Business District (CBD).
Shown on this map, you'll find Queen Street, which is a good area for shopping, which we all like to do when visiting a new city.
South Bank is located on the river, and is great place to visit on a hot day.
Zooming in will also show up some of the other great things about Brisbane, such as the riverside boardwalk for strolling, rollerblading and cycling.
This boardwalk runs for miles along the river in the city and provides visitors and residents with some of the best, most natural, close-ups of natural Brisbane, like these flowers in the Botanic Gardens.