One of Australia’s largest metropolitan areas is South East Queensland. More than 2 million people now live in Greater Brisbane, which has seen substantial population growth over the previous ten years.

Brisbane is hospitable and offers the ideal environment for both work and recreation, as well as a balance of lifestyle and opportunity. Brisbane is a city that combines opportunities and lifestyle with a modern, sophisticated economy.

Brisbane is one of Australia’s most forward-thinking and business-friendly cities because to its appetite for innovation, reputation for collaboration, world-class industry skills, and wave of new infrastructure.

Brisbane is an urban metropolis with spectacular natural assets, year-round bright sky, and a subtropical outdoor lifestyle. It exudes a laid-back and welcoming feel. Brisbane reflects the finest of Australia, with the river at its centre and a backyard full of mountain peaks, World Heritage rainforests, gorgeous bays, charming islands, and amazing wildlife.

Brisbane’s appeal depends heavily on its parkland. There are currently more than 6000 hectares of urban parks and more than 8000 hectares of conservation reserves in Brisbane’s wide and growing network of over 2000 parks.

Key green spaces across the city include;

  • Brisbane Botanic Gardens at Mount Coot-tha
  • Roma Street Parklands
  • South Bank Parklands

Queensland’s capital, Brisbane, is located in what is geographically Australia’s second-largest state. Brisbane is not only the third most populated city in Australia, but it also has the greatest geographic area of any capital city in the world, covering 1140 square kilometres.

Brisbane is a small, logically structured city that is easy to get around on foot for both residents and visitors. Public transportation alternatives, including road, river, and rail transit, make it simple to get to, from, and around Brisbane.

The TransLink system is one of the biggest public transportation networks in the world, covering all of South East Queensland. Visit the Translink website for further details.

Brisbane’s free Loop bus services provide a quick and handy way to go about the city.

Three top-notch universities, each renowned for the calibre of its alumni and research and development projects, are located in Brisbane.

One of Australia’s most cutting-edge universities, Griffith University was the first to offer degrees in environmental studies and Asian studies.

There are several other Universities operating in niche fields in and around Brisbane including;

  • Australian Catholic University
  • Bond University
  • CQ University
  • University of New England
  • University of southern Queensland
  • University of the Sunshine Coast

Karalis Real Estateis pleased to present National Disability Insurance Scheme – Special Disability Accommodation Housing Investments which is in very high demand in our local communities, we have properties available in multiple areas all of over Brisbane and Queensland including, Brisbane, Logan, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Ipswich, Beaudesert, Toowoomba, Townsville, Mackay.

A wide range of Special Disability properties for sale from Apartments, Villas, Houses and Duplexes being built by quality NDIS Certified Builders to accommodate for the under supply in the marketplace.

A national initiative backed by the Government.