Oaks Aurora Tower
Absolutely great one night stay with three of my girlfriends! The apartment was really great for the four of us, plenty of space, the kitchenette would have been perfect if we had stayed for longer, and the view from the balcony was beautiful. Would definitely recommend for anyone looking for a place to stay for one night or longer....
— Emily K, Brisbane, TripAdvisorRead Reviews
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Oaks Aurora Tower | Hotel Brisbane CBD
Stretching 67 storeys high, Oaks Aurora Tower hotel Brisbane CBD promises extraordinary Brisbane River or city views, and a premium position in the heart of the city ensuring direct and easy access to a multitude of tourist, cultural and business attractions including Queen St Mall's shopping mecca and Eagle St Pier's restaurant precinct.
Reservations: 1300 661 903
Reception: 07 3838 9800
Parking: $30 per night / $119 per week - Undercover, secure car park. No long term visitor parking. Entrance located on Rich Lane, off Wharf Street. Visitor parking available for arriving and departing guests. Half day parking rates available @ $10. Rates apply before 12pm on day of arrival, or after 12pm on day of departure. Carpark maximum height 2.1 metres.
Before you visit, take a look at our spacious and modern 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments stretching over 67 levels and offering remarkable views of the city and Brisbane River.
Guests will enjoy a wide range of stunning leisure facilities including an expansive recreation deck, 25-metre lap pool, and fully equipped gymnasium.
24 Hour Reception
Oaks Aurora Tower comprises a selection of modern 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments – all self-contained to include full kitchens with modern appliances and laundry facilities.
Our incredible position on the Brisbane River ensures easy access to the city's greatest hotspots and attractions.
Oaks Aurora Tower
Oaks Aurora Tower is just 30 minutes from Brisbane’s International and Domestic Airport. Parking is available at rear of building on Rich Lane which can be entered via Wharf Street. If you require parking, please phone and book parking prior to arrival. On arrival, please temporarily park in the Visitors Parking area whilst you check in. Please ensure that you park in one of the designated car parks that have a yellow ‘Hotel Guest Parking’ sign allocated to it and ensure that your voucher that reception gave you is displayed on the dashboard of your vehicle. Failure to park in these zones and/or clearly display your validated parking voucher on the dash may result in your car being towed at the owner’s expense.
What's Around?Within walking distance guests will find the buzzing Queen Street Mall – perfect for a day of café hopping and browsing the impressive selection of designer and high-street boutiques and department stores – as well as Brisbane’s Riverside Markets at Eagle Street Pier where a kaleidoscope of sweet treats, handmade jewellery and home wares awaits. Some of Brisbane’s favourite cocktail bars are just steps away including Jade Buddha, Fridays and Pig ‘n’ Whistle, home to some of Brisbane’s best brews, while the glamorous Treasury Casino, Brisbane Exhibition and Convention Centre and Southbank are also just a stone’s throw away.
What Would You Like To Do?
Located in the heart of Brisbane's city centre, Oaks Aurora Tower is ideally placed to explore the best that the capital of the sunshine state has to offer.
- Date: 01 December 2017 - 29 April 2018
- Venue: 64 Adelaide Street
The Kite Wishes Project
Mao’s Last Dancer Li Cunxin has a life-long love of kites, creating and flying them as a child in rare and precious moments with his father. Kites became a metaphor for Li’s life, as his career soared beyond the impoverished commune of his childhood to the ballet stages of the world. Become part of Li’s story by creating your own kite, adding a wish and flying it with friends and family from across Brisbane as part of The Kite Wishes Project. Visit Museum of Brisbane during Mao’s Last Dancer the exhibition and design your own kite or be inspired by the koinobori fish template created by Brisbane artist Elysha Rei. This is a free event. Return on 24 February and send your wishes flying high as part of a kite procession from King George Square to BrisAsia’s Kisaragi-Sai Festival at the Roma Street Parklands. The Kite Wishes Project is a collaboration between Museum of Brisbane and BrisAsia Festival. Daily between 1 December 2017 to 29 April 2018, 10am to 5pm and 10am to 7pm on Fridays. Illustration by Anne Spudvilas from The Peasant Prince by Li Cunxin and Anne Spudvilas, supplied courtesy Penguin Random House.
World Science Festival Brisbane 2018
- Date: 21 March 2018 - 25 March 2018
- Venue: Corner of Grey and Melbourne Streets
In March 2018, the World Science Festival Brisbane will once again bring together the world’s best thought leaders to produce a stunning program of live and digital content that connects Asia-Pacific audiences of all ages with the concepts, challenges, discoveries and advancements that are shaping our world. The luminaries of the science world will present the beauty, complexity, and importance of science through diverse, multidisciplinary programming that is the World Science Festival signature. The World Science Festival Brisbane is presented by Queensland Museum and the Queensland Government, in partnership with Tourism and Events Queensland and Brisbane Marketing.
Brisbane Anzac Day Parade
- Date: 25 April 2018
- Venue: 100B Adelaide Street
The Brisbane Anzac Day Parade has it's 102nd anniversary on 25 April 2018 having been the commemorated from the first Anzac Day in 2016. No tickets are required to spectate this family event. The event is held annually for the citizen of Queensland to recognise the sacrifice of those members of the Australian Defence Force who have not returned from wars and conflicts encompassing the Boer War through to modern operations and conflicts such as Iraq and Afghanistan. The veterans, both retired and still serving, march to receive the thanks of the citizens of Queensland and visitors to the region as well as honour the memory of comrades who have not returned and have passed since. The 2018 Brisbane Anzac Day Parade marks the centenary of the Armistice signed in November 1918 and the concept will recognise the contribution of service animals and a booklet; Mounts to Motors - Transport in War, will be distributed free to spectators. The best position to view the Parade is on Adelaide Street, between George Street and Creek Street. The Parade runs between 10am and 1pm. Vehicle movement will be restricted within the Central Business District from 3am to 3pm.