Today, we present to you a Brisbane map collection that brings together key information about this Australian city.
You’ll be able to see major highways, places of interest, neighborhoods, and other reference information.
If you ever plan to visit Brisbane, feel free to download and use these maps throughout your adventures.
Brisbane map collection
Interactive Map of Brisbane
This interactive map provided by Google is an excellent source of the latest restaurants, shopping, and anything to do in Brisbane. Zoom, pan around, and explore the third largest city in Australia using this interactive map of Brisbane.
Brisbane Road Map
Thinking about doing a road trip to Brisbane? Well, you’re in luck. Our road map of Brisbane displays highway numbers and street names. Navigate through the city with ease and plan out your next trip using this all-purpose map.
Highways/Motorways: 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13, 16, 21, 24, 31, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 41, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 54, 55, 56, 57, 61, 71, 77, A2, A3, A5, A7, A15, A17, M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, M6, M7, M15, Gateway Motorway, Pacific Motorway, Logan Motorway, Bruce Highway, Centenary Highway, Ipswich Motorway, Warrego Highway, Cunningham Highway, Port of Brisbane Motorway
Major Roads: Logan Road, Moggill Road, Kingston Road, Creek Road, Wynnum Road, Browns Plains Road, Mount Crosby Road, Compton Road, Southern Cross Way, Lytton Road, Samford Road, Deception Bay Road, Redland Bay Road, Blunder Road, Redbank Plains Road, Brisbane Road, Morayfield Road, Albany Creek Road, Airport Link, Port Drive, Airport Drive, Logan River Road, Middle Road, King Street, Warwick Road
10 Things To Do in Brisbane
If I could categorize Brisbane, I’d describe it as an outdoor paradise. Just check out some of the things you can do. First, you can spend your day at the world’s largest koala sanctuary. Second, take a spin on the Wheel of Brisbane. And for that rainy day, relax and view the art displayed at the Brisbane Powerhouse. There’s plenty to do in Brisbane so use this list to know where to go.
- Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
- Roma Street Parkland
- Eat Street Northshore
- Kangaroo Parks Cliffs Park
- Story Bridge
- The Wheel of Brisbane
- Brisbane Powerhouse
- Museum of Brisbane
- Queen Street Mall
- Brisbane Botanic Gardens
Brisbane Reference Map
Want to find somewhere special to visit in Brisbane? You can try this map of Brisbane neighborhoods to see if we have it. You’ll find all the most popular points of interest inside and just on the outskirts of Brisbane.
Airports: Brisbane Airport
Water Features: Moreton Bay, Lake Manchester
Communities: Coorparoo, Nudgee, Aspley, Northgate, Wishart, Browns Plain, Redbank Plains, Ipswich, Capalaba, Cleveland, Victoria Point, Redland Bay, Carindale, Chermside, Brendale, Strathpine, Cedar Creek, North Lakes, Redcliffe, Morayfield, Caboolture, Woolloongabba, Beenleigh, Loganholme, Toowong