Plenty to see at APGA’s 2022 Convention & Exhibition


Brisbane experiences warm weather all year round with a subtropical climate that ranges from dry, mild winters to hot, humid summers. September brings Spring with an average temperature of 19°C in the day and ranging from a high of 23°C to a low of 14°C.

There is plenty to see and do in Brisbane. You can visit one of the city’s many museums and art galleries such as the Museum of Brisbane, Queensland Maritime Museum, Gallery of Modern Art and QUT Art Gallery. The best views can be found from the top of the Wheel of Brisbane, a 60-metre-tall Ferris wheel found in the heart of the city. For a different experience you can climb the Story Bridge, one of only three bridges in the world where you can do that. For a more relaxed experience, explore the many dining options along the river from Eagle Street Pier to Kangaroo Point.

Queen Street Mall is the main shopping hub in Brisbane. You can find just about anything along here from high-street stores to small boutiques and historic arcades. There are also many weekend markets around the city and the surrounding areas such as Sunday Discovery Markets in Rocklea, The Collective Markets South Bank in the South Bank Parklands, Riverside Markets in the city and plenty of farmers markets.

Brisbane also home to the Queensland Art Gallery of Modern Art, the largest gallery of modern and contemporary art in Australia. The Queensland Museum has dinosaur skeletons and fossils in its Lost Creatures exhibition, and the Museum of Brisbane is a great place to learn the history of the city and the people who helped build it. There’s also the Queensland Maritime Museum, Queensland Police Museum, Metro Arts and the QUT Art Museum.

All of that and you are just a short drive away from the Gold Coast or the Sunshine Coast.

See you in September.

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