Brisbane has revitalised itself as a city that is coming to the forefront of the Australian business scene. It was once nothing but a sleepy little town but today, as the capital of the Sunshine State, Brisbane has managed to garner a spot in the fast-paced, technology-focused echelons of business districts filled with hip cafés, ergonomic co-working spaces and first-class Brisbane hotel apartments.
From organising lunch meetings at the restaurants at hotels such as Oaks Brisbane on Charlotte Suites, to hitting the classic bars for a drink after work, Brisbane is fully equipped to assist the business traveller when they return to work in the summer.
If the traveller wants to spend the evening inside their apartment after days of socialising, there is a very extensive network of food delivery systems from restaurants, eateries and even gourmet chefs. If the traveller wants to get to a meeting but doesn’t want to drive there, taxi-hailing services like Uber and GoCard are also available.