Wandering around Brisbane. visitors guide...

State Law Building
State Law Building

George Street Brisbane is all about the law

The are several main streets in Brisbane is George street. Many name after the offspring of Queen Victoria.

George Street contains the majority of the most important buildings in relation to the governance of all Queensland. George Street contains lots of interesting buildings virtually all dedicated to making or administrating the law. In addition are numerous hotels and most importantly, good coffee shops. Even a Casino (former Treasury Building) if you have some money to lose. Here are a list of interesting buildings you can click on to find out more about them

  • The Supreme Court

  • The District Court
  • State Law Building
  • Magistrates Court
  • Executive Building
  • Queensland University of Technology
  • Conrad Treasury Casino
  • Brisbane City Council Headquarters
  • Brisbane State Library
  • Brisbane Transit Centre
  • Botanic Gardens


Queensland Parliament George St Brisbane

A markerGeorge Street Brisbane -
George St, Brisbane QLD 4000, Australia
[get directions]

Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

Treasury Casino

Merlos's Coffee at Old Parliament House

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Hot Water Brisbane 7 years ago

I forgot all about QUT as a great place to walk around in Brisbane. Some of my relatives are heading to town and I'm checking out places of interest to take them.



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prasetio30 7 years ago from malang-indonesia

great picture. And Brisbane is the great place for traveling. I'll go there someday. I enjoy those picture. It was fantastic and beautiful picture. I like it.

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barryrutherford 7 years ago from Queensland Australia Author

Yes when I first moved here about 18months ago I was not so sure. I think Ive found my niche here now !

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James A Watkins 7 years ago from Chicago

What a cool looking place! Thanks for the fine pics and good information. I enjoyed it.

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