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Brisbane is the major hub of Queensland, hoasting national and international music, culture and sporting events, as well as being home to the largest nightlife district and some of the most luxurious accommodation in South East Queensland. Here are some key facts about business, and safety in Brisbane, as well as a breakdown of the rich history of this beautifully diverse city.
Brisbane is the thriving capital city of Queensland, a lush city with a perfect climate and diverse culture and history. Brisbane is a growing city with one of the fastest growing economies in Australia. It is a city of many small quirks from having our very own style of building (the ‘Queenslander’) to creating a swimming beach (Southbank) right in the middle of our CBD.
The Brisbane population is reaching close to 2 million, this makes Brisbane the third largest city in Australia. Brisbane also has the largest population growth rate of any other capital city in Australia, but also a lower inner city population density than Australia's two largest cities, Sydney and Melbourne. The multicultural population has 21.7% of residents born overseas and 16% speaking a language other than English at home.
Australia has been ranked the most resilient economy in the world for five of the past six years. Real GDP growth in 2008 saw Australia outperforming global competitors such as the UK, USA, Germany & Spain.
Queensland consistently outperformed the national economy in 2007/2008, with Brisbane being the engine room of the state’s outstanding economic performance. Brisbane’s key sectors include information and communication technology, creative industries, life sciences, food & beverage, tourism infrastructure, manufacturing, logistics & distribution and aviation. Brisbane is one of the major business hubs in Australia. Most major Australian companies, as well as numerous international companies, have contact offices in Brisbane.