Brisbane, the capital of Queensland is a rapidly developing city. It maintains a fresh enthusiasm while offering a vibrant, laid back atmosphere. When driving in Brisbane, you should be aware that most roads in Brisbane CBD (Central Business District) are one-way, which can be complicated for first-time visitors. But after awhile, driving around the city won't be too much of a challenge. Finding a parking spot is quite easy inside the city.
At 4PM, CBD roads become clearways, be aware that any cars still parked will be fined or even be towed. Reclaiming a towed car can be expensive. Check for signs or ask around when parking during the afternoon; or you should play it safe and go to a parking station instead. Brisbane is notorious for bottle-necked roads, an otherwise short 15 minute trip, in peak hours could take almost an hour. There are a few toll roads around and in Brisbane, including the Gateway Bridge that crosses the river close to the airport, the Clem-7 tunnel and also the Go-Between Bridge. Cash isn't accepted; toll users must post-pay via a website or use a prepaid transponder.
Car rentals can be found around Fortitude Valley, around Spring Hill, around Newstead, on Kingsford Smith Rd., on Nudgee Rd, at Brisbane Airport, and at Gymple Rd. Economy cars such as Hyundai Getz and Hyundai Accent are available for around EUR 45. Families can get a Dodge Caravan for nearly EUR 100.
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