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Exploring Spring Hill

Surrounding the northern side of the CBD, Spring Hill is an iconic part of Brisbane and its history. Spring Hill is one of the oldest residential neighbourhoods in Brisbane, with many houses dating from the nineteenth century. It is home to the Old Windmill and Spring Hill Baths, and also plays host to a number of vibrant cafes and restaurants, making this area a unique inner-city paradise.

Accommodation near Spring Hill

Being a city spread along a 70 kilometre coastline, finding somewhere attractive to stay in the Gold Coast is hardly a challenge. Picking your perfect location simply depends on your requirements. You can find everything from bustling family hotels to luxury boutiques. Recommended accommodation include the Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane, Best Western Astor Metropole Hotel & Apartments and Novotel Brisbane.

Sightseeing near Spring Hill

- ANZAC Square War Memorial

Closeby, you will also find Anzac Square; a state memorial to the men and women of Queensland who took part in wars from the Boer War up until the Vietnam War and other campaigns in Asia.

- St. Stephen's Cathedral

This magnificent cathedral was built between 1864 and 1922, with extensions made in 1989, the cathedral was established with James Quinn as its first bishop. Quinn planned to construct a large cathedral to accommodate a growing congregation. The first Mass was celebrated there on 12 May 1850 even though the building was not yet complete. As the surrounding areas grew in the 1860s, the congregation often overflowed into Elizabeth Street. A wooden annex was erected along one side of the cathedral. Doors were cut into the stone walls through which worshippers had some view of the altar.

Transportation near Spring Hill

Brisbane has an extensive and well-run public transport system consisting of a range of public and private bus, and suburban train and ferry services. In fact, the city centre is small enough that many of the landmarks and tourist attractions can easily be reached on foot. CityCat, a high-speed ferry service, is practical for getting to spots along the river and offers great views of the city. With its well-maintained network of bicycle paths, Brisbane is a great destination to explore on two wheels.

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