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Discover cheap holiday packages to Brisbane from New Zealand. Once overlooked by Australia's more well-known tourist hot spots, Brisbane has reinvented itself. Over the years, it's become a must-visit destination for foodies with its world-class dining and quirky bars. Plus its great outdoor activities and famous year-around sunshine have all made it a worthy holiday destination for a trip Down Under. .

Brisbane Holiday Package Deals

Is planning your trip to Brisbane stressing you out? Are you tired of spending hours researching hotels and looking for flights? Browse Webjet's exclusive holiday package deals and find the best flight and hotel combo to suit your needs. Our packages include affordable flights to Brisbane and hotel stays for the duration of your stay. Let Webjet do all the legwork and help you find the perfect New Zealand to Brisbane holiday package. .

Why Brisbane is a Top Holiday Destination for Kiwis

Brisbane is the third largest city in Australia; and is surrounded by a bustling metropolis and adventurous outdoor activities. For Kiwis it's the perfect holiday destination, with an average 126 sunny days a year and direct flights from NZ; you can be relaxing in Brisbane in under four hours from Auckland. Another drawcard is Brisbane's affordability. Backpackers can grab a dorm room for only AUD 20 per night, while those looking for something more private can find decent hotel rooms without breaking the bank. A meal at a good restaurant with drinks is usually around AUD 50, and there is a free bus that runs around the city centre from Monday to Friday. Brisbane also has activities to suit everyone's budget. The city is 30-minutes away from the Moreton Bay Region. You can spend a day hiking through the dense forests, exploring shipwrecks or wine tasting. The Redland coast is nearby and is perfect for solo travellers, couples or families that want to explore as much of the region's natural beauty as possible.

What are the best places to stay in Brisbane?

Brisbane CBD

The CBD is where a lot of the Brisbane action happens. It’s the ideal base for travellers holidaying on Brisbane packages who want to be within walking distance of major attractions and seemingly endless restaurants, cafes, bars and shops. Can’t-miss attractions in the CBD include the Museum of Brisbane, Brisbane City Botanic Gardens, QUT Art Gallery, and the cool laneways dotted around the neighbourhood. The CBD is also home to an excellent selection of hotels that you can choose between when you book Brisbane holiday packages with Webjet.

Fortitude Valley

Fortitude Valley is one of Brisbane’s trendiest areas, and it’s a hive of activity day and night. It’s an excellent spot to stay while holidaying on Brisbane packages to enjoy the buzz of the inner city while being separated from the busyness of the CBD. Whereas the CBD is the place to go for famous landmarks, Fortitude Valley is the spot to be when it comes to stylish brunch spots, restaurants serving diverse cuisines, one-of-a-kind boutiques, and a lively nightlife. The Chinatown Mall is a highlight of Fortitude Valley, as well as several buzzing laneways and plenty of markets and festivals.

South Brisbane

South Brisbane is just across the river from the CBD, and it’s another great locale for travellers holidaying on Brisbane packages. The South Bank portion of the neighbourhood is located on the shore of the Brisbane River and it’s teeming with activity. Grab a drink or meal or visit South Bank attractions like the Arbour scenic walkway, Queensland Museum, and Streets Beach. The West End is another section of South Brisbane. It’s just a few streets away from the South Bank, but it provides a completely different experience for travellers who book Brisbane holiday packages. It’s an eclectic mix of shops, cafes, breweries, and live music venues surrounded by beautiful street art and elements of Greek culture.

What is the best way to get around Brisbane?

Catching the Airtrain from Brisbane Airport is one of the quickest ways to reach your hotel and accommodation in Brisbane. The train zips from the airport to Central Station in the city in just 20 minutes.

You can continue travelling around the city by train while visiting Queensland on Brisbane holiday packages. Ten train lines connect major inner city stations like Central Station, Fortitude Valley, and the South Bank and also branch out into the outer suburbs. Train travel also makes it easy to plan a day trip or two after booking Brisbane accommodation and flight packages. Catch the train down to the Gold Coast or into the Sunshine Coast Hinterland.

Ferries are another popular mode of transport among both locals and visitors holidaying on Brisbane packages. A free CityHopper ferry travels along the Brisbane River between North Quay and New Farm. There are also five additional routes that head to 25 different terminals around the city centre and inner suburbs.

More than 400 bus routes wind their way through the city and suburbs of Brisbane. Save some transport money by catching the free City Loop and Spring Hill Loop buses while visiting the city on Brisbane holiday packages. The buses circle around the CBD, stopping at popular spots. Night owls are also covered as there’s a NightLink bus that runs after midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.

You won’t run out of things to do in central Brisbane, but you may also consider a day trip when you book Brisbane accommodation and flight packages. Hiring a car is the best way to reach nearby landmarks like the Australia Zoo, Tamborine Mountain, and the Glass House Mountains. Book your rental car through Webjet after locking in your Brisbane packages.

When is the best time to visit Brisbane?

Gorgeous weather and mid-size crowd numbers lead many to see spring and autumn as the best times to book Brisbane holiday packages. Daytime temperatures ranging from about 24° to 28°C and low levels of rain make these the perfect seasons for spending time outdoors and maybe even taking a trip to North Stradbroke and Moreton Islands near Brisbane.

Winter is the high season in Brisbane when large crowds descend on the city and hotels tend to increase their rates. Find the best deal by booking your hotel and accommodation in Brisbane early if you’ll be travelling between June and September. Temperatures reach about 21°C during the day and dip to about 10°C at night with little rain.

On the other hand, summer is the low season. This is the ideal time to book Brisbane accommodation and flight packages to avoid large crowds and save money as hotels and accommodation in Brisbane tend to have their lowest rates in the summer. Come prepared for hot temperatures averaging 29°C, high humidity, rainfall, and the occasional thunderstorm.

What to know before you go to Brisbane

1. Money: The official currency is the Australian Dollar. There are plenty of ATMs located around the city, and you'll get a better exchange rate by withdrawing cash once you arrive.

2. Electricity: Australia and New Zealand both run their electricity at 230 volts and use the same two or three pin plugs.

3. Entry Requirements: Thanks to the Trans-Tasman Travel Arrangement, New Zealanders don't need a visa to visit Australia. The freedom of movement policy means you'll get a free unlimited stay stamp in your passport on arrival.

4. Language: The majority of locals in Australia speak English. However, there are several other dialects spoken in the different communities.

5. Weather: The best time to visit Brisbane is from March to May. With warm temperatures and little rain, you'll be able to enjoy an average of eight hours of sun per day. Winter and spring are also popular times to visit thanks to the mild temperatures. But if you're looking for the best possible deal, visit Brisbane during its wet season. You'll find better airfare deals if you can handle the humid and soggy weather.

6. Getting Around: Brisbane has a combination of buses, ferries, trams and trains that make it easy to navigate the city without hiring a car. You'll only need your own set of wheels if you plan on visiting some of the city's outer regions like Moreton Bay or the Redlands..

7. Drinking Water: The tap water in Brisbane is safe to drink.

8. Wi-Fi: If you need to get online, connect to the free Wi-Fi available in 22 parks and public spaces across Brisbane.