Sustainable travel doesn’t have to mean traveling to areas that are less urban and Brisbane is an example of this. This city in Australia is known to have the richest biodiversity and has adapted to subtropical living as well. The greenery in Brisbane is home to one of the largest koala populations in the country as well. Guests at any Woolloongabba hotel the likes of Oaks Brisbane Woolloongabba Suites recommend the koala experience in the city.
The Mayor of Brisbane, Adrian Schrinner mentions that the council is focused on transforming 64 hectares of land into Victoria Park for a world-class nature experience for both locals and visitors. Green Bridges and zero-tapeline emissions and even electric buses are in the pipeline for Brisbane as well. Travellers are also encouraged to explore the city while being responsible to help keep the environment clean and pollution-free.