We are pleased to announce that the 10th Making Cities Liveable Conference focusing on Liveable Cities, Making Cities Liveable and Healthy Cities, will be in Brisbane, 10-11 July 2017.
Brisbane is a green city with an enviable subtropical climate and diverse population. It is one of the fastest-growing cities in Australia and is known for its vibrant urban precincts, outdoor lifestyle and friendly locals.
Blessed with the perfect subtropical climate and an average of eight hours of sun per day, Brisbane is the ideal destination for life in the great outdoors.
- Summer (December to February) – Min average temp is 21C and max is 30C
- Autumn (March to May) – Min average temp is 16C and Max is 26C
- Winter (June to August) – Min average temp is 10C and Max is 21C
- Spring (September to November) – Min average temp is 16C and Max is 26C
Brisbane follows Australian Eastern Standard Time and does not switch to Daylight Saving Time, adopted in spring/summer by other states and territories. International standard time is GMT plus 10 hours all year.
Within one hour of Brisbane are world-class, and often Heritage-listed, national forest and marine parks. To the east is the pristine Moreton Bay Marine Park with some of the world’s largest sand islands, endless beaches and amazing marine life. To the west in the Scenic Rim are numerous national parks with beautiful forests, lakes, valleys, rivers and waterfalls.