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Direct Factory Outlets
For the perfect opportunity to find a bargain or just experience some retail therapy, we are just a few minutes drive from the Direct Factory Outlet retail hub which houses over 120 leading Australian and International brands.

Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Conveniently located in Brisbane’s Northern suburbs, the Brisbane Entertainment Centre is Queensland’s premier entertainment and sporting facility. Located just 10 minutes from the ibis Hotel Brisbane Airport.

Eagle Farm and Doomben Race Courses
ibis Hotel Brisbane Airport is just a short 8 minutes drive to the excitement of the sport of kings and Brisbane’s two international race courses. Race meetings are held each weekend and midweek throughout the year.

Portside Wharf and Cruise Terminal
This exclusive dining and shopping precinct is located just 10 minutes from the hotel. Featuring 8 restaurants, cafes and bars from a la carte dining, tapas to decadent desserts, you will find something that tempts your taste buds. The complex also features boutique retailers as well as a boutique 5 screen cinema. The Portside Wharf is also home to the Brisbane Cruise Terminal.

Nudgee Golf
Within 10 minutes of the hotel is the Nudgee Golf Club, which features 36 holes split over a north and a south course. Please note that bookings are essential.

Suncorp Stadium
The premier sporting ground and the home of Brisbane Broncos, the Queensland Reds and the Brisbane Roar, located next door to the XXXX factory and the dining precinct of Caxton Street.

Brisbane City
A 20 minute drive will have you in the centre of Brisbane, Australia’s new world city. You can experience the vibrant shopping and lifestyle precinct of the Queen Street Mall in the heart of the city, or visit South Bank Parklands, home to the Queensland Art Gallery, Queensland Cultural Centre and Gallery of Modern Art.

Queensland Cultural Centre
The Queensland Cultural Centre is home to a Performing Arts Complex, the Queensland Art Gallery, the Queensland Museum, State Library of Queensland as well as several shops, cafes and restaurants.