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The weather in Chermside
You can see our climate diagram above. On average, the warmest month is January. On the contrary, the coolest month is July. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is August.
Discover the Brisbane area from a calm Chermside holiday letting
Chermside is a bustling suburb ideally situated in the north of Brisbane, Queensland's capital city. Chermside is also home to Australia's largest shopping centre, Westfield, which boasts a wide range of renowned international brands, cafés, and fine restaurants.
Chermside offers plenty of family-friendly attractions, such as Holt Street Wharf, Gateway Bridge, and Colmslie Beach Reserve. A holiday cottage in Chermside makes a convenient base to explore all of the interesting sights and attractions this vibrant suburb has to offer.
Chermside's gastronomical delights
On Thomas Street, Bella Cosi serves traditional Italian cuisine in a relaxed environment. Its wine list contains a mix of local and Italian wines, and they offer gluten-free, vegetarian, and kid-approved dishes. Stop at Zeus to try some mouthwatering Greek dishes and seasonal Australian fare.
At Westfield, Hanaichi is worth checking out if you're craving some quick and easy Japanese dishes, and The Bavarian is the place to go for some hearty South German cuisine and craft beer. BiN 931, the ideal venue for a relaxing meal with friends, is known for its tapas-style dishes, wine, and refreshing cocktails. Meanwhile, Fiery Deli serves up Latin American street food with vegan options.
Peek at Chermside's thriving cultural scene at its galleries and museums
At Gallery Fifty One, on Edinburgh Castle Road, artist Vicki Corser displays her work. The gallery also hosts painting workshops and events to promote local talent. Visit Edwina Corlette Gallery on Brunswick Street, which exhibits paintings, sculptures, and digital works by regional artists.
Check out Mitchell Fine Art, which displays a fantastic collection of Aboriginal and contemporary works by some of the best Australian artists, and the Moving Canvas Art Gallery to see modern canvas artworks. The Brisbane Opal Museum on Albion Road, home to one of Australia's biggest opal collections, is also worth a visit.
Exciting sights and activities in and around Chermside
There's plenty more to Chermside than its vast shopping centre, Westfield. If you're travelling with kids, visit the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, the largest in the world, to interact with its cuddly residents. To cool off on a fun family outing, head to Chermside Aquatic Centre and race down its exciting waterslides. Kids will love their time at Kidspace Playground, which features a cricket pitch, basketball court, and a bike track with road signs.
Families will love the pristine sandy beach, sheltered picnic areas, and kids' playground at Colmslie Beach Reserve in Murarrie. Alternatively, head to the South Bank precinct, home to some of Brisbane's most popular attractions, including the vibrant Arbour, magnificent Nepalese Pagoda, and the Wheel of Brisbane.
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