When you think of Brisbane’s beaches, you might think of the beach on the edge of the city.
But that’s not the only place you’ll be going.
For some, the city will be home.
What’s next for Queensland’s beaches?
Read more What’s on the list The beaches that are popular with people going to and from the city are all in the Bayside area of Brisbane.
There’s no need to visit the beaches in any particular order, as there are plenty to choose from.
We’re not going to give you the full list of beaches to explore in Brisbane.
We’ve done our best to keep things manageable for the majority of Brisbaneers, but if you’re looking for something different, check out our list of the best beaches in Brisbane to see what you can find.
For more information about beaches in Queensland, including beaches that can’t be reached by car, go to the Queensland Government’s beaches website.
What are the options?
The best way to see Brisbane’s Baysides is to get a bus to visit them on foot.
For people who want to visit a beach for the first time, the best option is to use a bus.
Bus services run throughout the city and they’re cheap.
Bus service is available from many places around the city, including Brisbane Airport and the South Hills.
Bus fares are usually $4.50 for a two-hour trip, and $8.50 per adult, $3.50 children, and up to six passengers.
For children, bus fares are $4 and up.
A $2 discount applies to adults.
Bus stops include the South Downs, South Bank, Brisbane Beach, The Bays, the South Coast, the East End, the CBD, the Bundaberg Lakes, and the Central.
Bus times vary by day of the week, and there are also buses on weekends.
There are also some local buses, and if you have a mobile phone, you can call the number on the back of your ticket for bus information.
What you need to know about Brisbane’s beach holiday options When to go: Sunday from June 6 to July 6, Sunday from July 8 to August 6, Monday from August 10 to September 10, Tuesday from September 11 to October 10, Wednesday from October 12 to November 12, Thursday from November 13 to December 13, Friday from December 14 to January 14, Saturday from January 15 to February 15, Sunday and Monday from February 16 to March 16, Tuesday and Wednesday from March 17 to April 17, Thursday and Friday from April 18 to May 18, Saturday and Sunday from May 19 to June 19, and Sunday and Tuesday from June 20 to July 20, Monday and Wednesday and Thursday from July 21 to August 21.
Where to stay: Brisbane is a great place to stay if you are coming from somewhere else, but you’ll want to check the weather for any restrictions before you book.
You can book a stay at a hostel or motel if you want to avoid having to buy your own accommodation, or at a hotel if you need a place to spend the day.
For information about hotels, check our Brisbane travel information website.
The BAYSIDE Beach: What to do at the BAYSHED Beach: How to see Baysside Beach The Bainside Beach is a popular destination for beach holidayers in the city of Brisbane, as it’s close to the city centre, has excellent beachfront accommodation, and is a short drive from the CBD.
It’s a great spot to explore the beach and get away from the hustle and bustle of the CBD or the city’s main attractions.
There is a bus stop just off the Bainssea Beach, but the closest hotels are in The South Downs.
If you need help finding accommodation, call the Bursleys Beach hostel on 0800 558 609.
For the best Bayswater accommodation options, we recommend the Brisbane Hostel on the South Bank or the Brisbane Hotel.
If your hostel is a bit further away, you’ll need to find accommodation in Brisbane’s suburbs or just outside the city on the Brisbane Peninsula.
The best accommodation options in Brisbane for the weekend are the hostels in The Cotswolds and the city area.
There, you won’t need to worry about being late or staying in a hostled hotel, but Brisbane’s hostels are usually much cheaper.
What to see and do: The Bins: The first two Bays Beach beaches in the City are known as the Bins, and you can see them from many different locations in Brisbane such as The Brows, The North End, The South Bank and The North Shore.
The North Beach is the most popular of the two, as many visitors visit it every weekend, and it’s also the first beach where you can walk across the water.
The South Beach is where you’ll find the South Beach, which is where most of Brisbane Island is located.
The Brisbane area is home to a number of beaches,