Brisbane Itinerary 2 Days

Explore the best places to visit in 2 days in Brisbane with this travel itinerary for a memorable experience!

Recent Itineraries for Brisbane in 2 Days

Spending 2 days in Brisbane? Refer these recently created 2 days 1 night Brisbane travel itineraries.

2 Days in Brisbane - Perfect Weekend Guide

Planning what to do for couple of days in Brisbane? It is best to sort your preferences and then choose from the options available in city. Brisbane replete of beautiful points of interest never fails to overwhelm the tourists with its natural view and historical architecture.

What to pack for 2 days in Brisbane vacation?

As you are going on a 2 days Brisbane vacation, compact luggage is ideal. Carry a backpack that can fit in your belongings or choose a compact trolley bag. You only need one pair of shoes that you're wearing, make sure you pick sturdy ones for all the walking and sightseeing. Check the live weather of Brisbane and pack just what's needed! Do not forget to bring extra batteries for your camera, you won't have time to move back-n-forth to your room to charge them. Pro Tips: Carry your Passport and photo identification proof with you at all times. Carry a Brisbane local map, a hard copy or in your phone.

Are 2 days enough to explore Brisbane?

It is slightly difficult to explore the entire city in 48 hours time, but you can easily visit the hand-picked 8-10 points of interest in Brisbane on your trip. You will have to travel a bit if you want to cover all the popular places in Brisbane within 2 days. So, if you have any particular place in mind, then plan your Brisbane visit accordingly. If it is a weekend trip, check for special events happening and plan accordingly.

Trip Budget for a weekend trip to Brisbane?

Brisbane weekend itinerary budget would vary from is USD 220 to USD 460 as per your choices. There are enough free places in Brisbane to ensure that unless there’s an exhibition or event you really want to see, paying is unnecessary.

How to spend 2 days in Brisbane?

With so many things to explore, Brisbane is a place to be. Walk along the streets of Brisbane and soak in the very essence of its people, and culture, dine at its attractive restaurants; shop at its ambient stores, and unwind at one of its many green spaces. Wondering what to see in 2 days in Brisbane? Triphobo offers you perfect itineraries that will cover all the must see places in Brisbane. Start your day 1 in Brisbane by visiting Parliament House, South Bank Parklands in the morning. Experience the good food in the afternoon at local restaurants in Brisbane. The best way to see Brisbane and absorb its culture is by visiting Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and spending some time there. Afterwards take a cab or walk to the Mt. Coot-tha Lookout which will take up the afternoon. In the evening, head to the Roma Street Parkland before wrapping up the day where you can stroll, eat and shop in peace. On the day 2, we suggest you visit the Sun Corp Stadium, followed by Wheel Of Brisbane and Queensland Museum. With these Brisbane weekend itineraries and 2-day trips, we can make sure you will not miss out on any fun!

Money saving tips for Brisbane weekend itinerary:

  • Skip the restaurants and cafes for street vendors and supermarkets
  • Get 2 Day Brisbane transport Pass if possible which offers free public transport, free entrance to the recommended attractions
  • Couchsurfing is a great way to save loads on accommodation expenses
  • Spend More Time In Fewer Places of Brisbane

Where to eat in Brisbane if you've 48 hours?

48 hours to enjoy the culinary delights of Brisbane and the best you can do is opt for a buffet that offers local variety at a reasonable rate.

Where to stay in Brisbane for a weekend?

You can book a hotel or apartment close to wheel of brisbane and this would save you lot of time for 2 days trip. You can also opt homestays to stay in Brisbane. Prices for the same may be slightly steep, but it is the convenience that matters!

Try TripHobo to Plan a trip to Brisbane

Book Hotels From your favorite brands