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Price and Availability Index in Kangaroo Point
Holiday Letting Price Information in Kangaroo Point
We analysed holiday cottages, homes and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Kangaroo Point. Prices reach a peak a week in December. The price per night in a holiday letting in Kangaroo Point this week (22/12 - 29/12) costs on average $152. Prices are more affordable in November (23/11 - 30/11).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Kangaroo Point
Find out the percentage of available rentals & cottages in Kangaroo Point with the graph above. It is harder to find an accommodation during a week of December (22/12 - 29/12), as 47% of the rentals are booked. Conversely, you will find the highest percentage of available offers in Kangaroo Pointin February (16/02 - 23/02).
The weather in Kangaroo Point
This is the climate diagram in Kangaroo Point. January is the warmest month of the year in Kangaroo Point with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 30°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 8° in July. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is January.
Kangaroo Point holiday lettings for your next Brisbane break
Kangaroo Point is the perfect location for anyone who wishes to combine big city living with easy access to the suburbs and Australia's Pacific Coast. Kangaroo Point is connected to Brisbane's CBD by the famous Story Bridge, and has excellent road links south towards Gold Coast. Property on the Kangaroo Point peninsula is mainly apartments in high-rise residential blocks. Booking this type of holiday letting guarantees all the modern comforts of home combined with impressive views over the city centre skyline and Brisbane River.
Best of Queensland food and drink
Brisbane has a huge range of foodie options, from grabbing some fresh local produce at a farmers' market to prepare at home, to restaurants offering everything from fast food to fine dining. Jan Power's farmers' market runs every Wednesday and along with farm produce, you can pick up fresh pastas, baked goods, cakes, spices, and much more. This is ideal for a casual dinner back at the holiday rental, or a picnic on the go. If you'd prefer to go out to eat, Moda Restaurant regularly tops Brisbane's best lists with its modern twist on Mediterranean cuisine. Book in advance to secure your table.
There are other casual dining options if you're dining with a group of friends or as a family. An Aussie favourite is Betty's Burgers, which has several branches in Brisbane, all selling juicy burgers and ice cream concrete desserts. Very close to Kangaroo Point is the highly rated An Cafe, which serves fresh and delicious Vietnamese food throughout the day.
Activities for kids and families near Kangaroo Point
Kangaroo Point is a family-friendly destination, with lots to do for children of all ages. Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary offers the opportunity to meet Australia's most cuddly marsupial, learn about their habitat, and see lots of other Australian wildlife. If your holiday wouldn't be complete without a picture of you cuddling a koala, Lone Pine should be top of the to-do list. A day out at the beach is another staple of a Queensland trip, and one of the best is Colmslie Beach Reserve. There are plenty of shaded areas for kids to play or have a picnic, and a small beach front area for swimming or paddling.
Heading out of town to the west, Walkabout Creek Discovery Centre and Enoggera Reservoir is one of the most popular parks in the area. Walk around the reservoir on the well-marked track, keeping your eyes peeled for the platypus which are often spotted in the area. Walkout Creek is home to freshwater crocodiles, birds and snakes, and rangers are on hand on weekends to help kids get closer to the animals in handling sessions. There's also a cafe serving breakfast and other light meals throughout the day.
Evening activities – see a different side of Brisbane
The city takes on a different feel after dark, so why not schedule in some sight-seeing time before heading out to dinner? If you're interested in some retail therapy, the Collective Markets take place from Friday to Sunday, selling crafts and art by talented local makers. There's also a great range of street food to nibble on while browsing. The Wheel of Brisbane is open throughout the day, but take an evening ride to experience the city at night. See the lights of the city from 60m in the air, and enjoy 360 degree panoramic views over the surrounding area.
If you're a sports enthusiast, what better way to round off a day in Brisbane than by rock climbing on the famous Kangaroo Point cliffs? No experience is necessary as you'll have instruction from a skilled climber, and all the equipment and safety gear you need to scale the cliffs is provided, as well. It's the perfect way to work up an appetite for dinner.
City and country activities combined in Kangaroo Point
With Brisbane city so close by, basing yourself in a Kangaroo Point holiday cottage allows you to explore everything the big city has to offer. One of Brisbane's quirkier attractions is Boggo Road Gaol, which housed prisoners until 1989. There are five different guided tours on offer, exploring various aspects of the prison history, so book in advance to secure a place on whichever tour interests you most. One of the most relaxing ways of seeing the city is on one of the many river cruises, listening to informative commentary in air conditioned comfort as the sights slip by.
One of the quieter spots in the city is Brisbane Botanic Gardens on the slopes of Mount Coot-tha. The 56 hectare site contains plant specimens from around the world and is perfect for cycling or walking. Don't miss the huge greenhouses. Events and workshops run regularly during peak periods, so check the website before setting off.
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