A large number of local attractions are all within walking distance, a short ferry or cab ride away from Central Brunswick Hotel.
Central Brunswick is nestled behind the historical facade of the former Carlton United Breweries on Brunswick Street in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley.
With a large variety of attractions all within walking distance, or a short ferry ride – Central Brunswick Apartment Hotel makes for an affordable option for accommodation in Brisbane.
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Nestled on the edge of Newfarm Park is The Powerhouse, the powerhouse has an excellent restaurant and is used for live theatre and exhibitions. New Farm park does offer Jan Powers Farms Markets every 2 and 4th Saturday per month. These markets are must see offering a fantastic selection of gourmet food.
James Street is 10 minute walk from the hotel and is the place to be seen with the locals offering some trendy dining experience to a little bit of retail therapy at some leading retail outlets, Sass and Bide, Camilla, Gary Castles Sydney, Lorna Jayne, Dirtbox to the Palace Cinemas to watch the latest art house movie or a couple drinks at the popular bars and restaurants.
Perfectly positioned as the gateway to the New Farm peninsula, Gasworks is situated just moments from the chic, tree-lined boulevard of James Street precinct and the vibrant hub of Fortitude Valley.
With green open spaces, a village community feel and a relaxed riverside location, it’s easy to forget that the heart of the CBD is under 2km away.
Howard Smith Wharves is an exciting new development located only a 2 minute stroll from Central Brunswick Apartment Hotel.
Howard Smith Wharves features Felons Brewery, Mr Percival’s, ARC Dining & Wine Bar, Greca Restaurant and Fish n Chippery. Click the link below to see what’s happening in this exciting new space on the Brisbane river and below the Iconic Story Bridge.
A Perfect place in the afternoons for a bite to eat and a drink watching the sunset over Brisbane river with the CBD in the background.