Capri by Fraser, Brisbane, Australia

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Capri by Fraser, Brisbane is centrally located in the heart of Brisbane CBD within walking distance to Queen Street Mall shopping, City Botanical Gardens, and riverside dining at Eagle Street Pier. The hotel also provides easy access to transport hubs including bus, rail and ferry options. 

The Brisbane hotel location is close to commercial city buildings including the landmark Waterfront Place, the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Southbank precinct and riverside attractions.

QLD Cultural Centre at Southbank

The centre is a national treasure trove of Galleries that comprises the QLD Museum, QLD Library and QLD Performing Arts Complex.

New Farm

The transformed industrial space of the Brisbane Powerhouse is a popular venue for theatrical performances, comedy shows, dances and the arts, complete with markets and eating places.

Customs House

 Catch an orchestra play between the grand Corinthian columns, located by the river in the CBD, one of Brisbane’s premier function and restaurant venues.

Treasury Building

The historical City Hall site is a popular venue for cabaret, comedy or concert performances. 

The Museum of Brisbane

Also a feature of City Hall, the museum showcases artworks from the City of Brisbane collection as well as contemporary city exhibitions.

Fortitude Valley

Popular among local and foreigners alike, here you will find a vast selection of night clubs, discos and pubs, where you may also spot some emerging talent.

West End

Popular among local and foreigners alike, here you will find a vast selection of night clubs, discos and pubs, where you may also spot some emerging talent.

Treasury Casino

Take the Lady Luck along as you place your stakes.

Cloudland-Restaurant and Bar

A premier function venue in Fortitude Valley perfect for hosting guests and business associates.

Fringe Bar

The perfect place to chill out with friends in the Fortitude Valley.

Press Club

An elegant nightspot within Fortitude Valley that offers live music.

Empire Hotel

One of the newest and trendiest clubs in Brisbane that one must not miss in right in the Fortitude Valley.

Southbank Parkland

Located on the southern banks of the Brisbane River, this Brisbane’s premier lifestyle and cultural destination is a vast 17 hectares of lush parklands that offer world-class eateries and stunning river views.

Mount Coot-tha

At 287 metres above sea level, the highest peak in Brisbane is well loved for its trails and spectacular scenery that stretches from Brisbane City to Moreton Bay.

Moreton Bay

Stretching 125km from the Gold Coast to the Sunshine Coast, the third largest sand island in the world features crystal clear lakes and lagoons that exist among tall sand dunes, pristine beaches and abundant wildflowers.

Australia Zoo

The 100-acre zoo located on the Sunshine Coast near Beerwah is home to 1,000 animals, owned by Terri Irwin, widow of the late Steve Irwin.

National Parks

Within 30 minutes’ drive from the City, one will find great adventures in Boombana, Mailala, Cedar Flats, Camp Mountain and the Jollys lookout.

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

Founded in 1927, the world's oldest and largest koala sanctuary is a 4.6-hectare koala sanctuary located in the Brisbane suburb of Fig Tree Pocket in Queensland, Australia.

Eagle Street Pier

A hot spot for some of the top restaurants around that serves great food along with great river views.

Cha Cha Char Wine Bar and Grill

The Brisbane’s signature steakhouse is well-known for its multi-award winning steak menu that features over 10 different cuts of grain fed beef, cooked to perfection on the wood fired grill.

Il Centro

Located at Eagle Street Pier, the Brisbane’s favourite modern Italian Restaurant offers a fine balance of casual yet elegant al fresco and indoor dining with sweeping views of the river and Story Bridge.

Pony

A modern Australian restaurant that offers waterfront dining.

Aria

Owned by well-known chef Matt Moran, this is one of the best restaurants in Brisbane that offers modern Australian food by the river.

Sake

Offering contemporary Japanese fare in an ever-buzzy atmosphere, this is an ideal place to spend the summer.

George’s Paragon Seafood Restaurant

Offers seafood with a Greek theme.

Queen Street Mall

A relaxed shopping environment in the heart of Brisbane CBD with some 500 stores to offer.

Wintergarden Shopping Complex

Offers international designer fashion situated at the ground floor of Hilton Hotel.

The Myer Centre

Brisbane’s largest shopping centre with 5 levels of shopping, including an International Food Court, supermarkets and cinemas.

South Bank Markets

Held on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, these are art and craft markets where you will find not just handcrafted jewelry and art pieces but also gourmet food, while being entertained by street performers. 

Paddington and The Valley

Here you will find boutique stores, Indy fashion in The Valley, Vintage fashion, art galleries and great coffee shops.

The Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art

A Queensland's premier visual arts institution, the gallery connects people and art through a dynamic program of Australian and international exhibitions.

Brisbane Powerhouse

A contemporary, multi-arts, dining and conference venue, lovers of comedy, musicals, live theatre and dance flock to this place that is located in New Farm, overlooking the river.

Queensland Performing Arts Centre

A concert hall, play theatre, studios, event space and a performing arts museum much acclaimed for the performances hosted to-date.

Fortitude Valley

Offers an eclectic mix of Brisbane's Chinatown, alternative shopping and bars with emerging and innovative DJs and world-class super clubs.

West End

Located just behind South Bank, this is an edgy, bohemian district with artsy shops and cafes, where you will find alternative books, unique video stores and organic produce and quirky locals.

Brisbane Entertainment Centre

Home to some of the most complex events in the city, the Queensland's premier entertainment, sporting and meeting facility can seat up to 14,500 pax.

Suncorp Stadium

A modern stadium that plays host to rugby, cricket and soccer at both local and international levels.

Riverlife Brisbane

Explore Brisbane the exciting and adventurous way, whether you choose to kayak, rock-climb or speed along on rollerblade, Kick Bike or scooter. 

Story Bridge Adventure Climb

Climb during the day or night to reach the top of the bridge where you will be rewarded with a spectacular 360-degree view of the city that encompasses the Moreton Island and the Scenic Rim

Brisbane River Run

Linking the inner city parks of Roma Street South Bank Parklands and the City Botanic Gardens, the Run is a colour-coded run-or-walk course, taking in Goodwill Bridge, Story Bridge and Kangaroo Point.

Springfield Lakes

For the outdoor water-fun lovers, boating and fishing are extremely popular on Brisbane’s lakes and rivers.

Streets Beach

A man-made lagoon surrounded by white, sandy beach, perfect for water sports such as jet skiing, wind and kite surfing.

Moreton and Stradbroke Islands

These largest sand Islands of the world are ideal spots for surfing, swimming, diving, snorkeling, fishing, bird watching, walking and whale watching.

Tangalooma Resort, Moreton Island

Get up close with the wild dolphins, where you will get to hand-feed them.

Capri by Fraser, Brisbane / Australia

Capri by Fraser Brisbane / Australia

80 Albert Street (Cnr Mary St)
Tel: 1800 110 800

Capri by Fraser, Brisbane, Australia
  • Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity

    The following area within 500 metres of Capri by Fraser, Brisbane:

    • Pharmacy
    • Myers Centre
    • News Agent
    • Banks
    • Medical centres and clinics
    • Dental clinics
    • Hair salons
    • Police station
    • Coles Supermarket
    • Fast food outlets
  • Nearest transportation

    • Queen Street Bus Station,  0.50km
    • Central Railway Station, 0.63 km away
    • Roma Street Station, 0.75km away
    • Ferries at Eagle Street Pier, 0.50km
    • Ferries at North Quay, 0.75km

    Taxis are readily available along Albert street.

  • Getting to Capri by Fraser Brisbane / Australia

    By Car

    • Start off from Brisbane International and Domestic Airport;
    • Head north-east on Airport Drive and take the ramp onto the Gateway Motorway. Take the 1st Exit, Links Ave, slight left at Kingsford Smith Drive;
    • Head west at Kingsford Smith Drive and continue along Breakfast Creek Road;
    • Slight left onto Ann Street, turn left at Edward Street and then turn right at Mary Street;
    • Capri by Fraser, Brisbane is located on the corner of Albert and Mary Streets.

    Distance: 19km
    Estimated drive-time: 25 minutes
    Estimated taxi fare: AUD50

    By Airport Link M7

    • Start off from Brisbane International and Domestic Airport
    • Merge onto Moreton Drive and continue onto Airport Drive;
    • Merge right onto the M7 and take the exit to M3 towards Margaret Street;
    • At Margaret Street Exit, turn left onto Margaret Street and left again to Albert Street.

    Estimated drive-time: 20 minutes
    Estimated taxi fare: AUD40

    By Rail

    • Connects to the city from the airport every fifteen minutes during peak times.
    • Stops at Central, South Bank, Fortitude Valley and Roma Street stations.

    Tickets available at Airtrain stations:
    Adult fare - AUD16
    Return ticket - AUD30

  • About Brisbane

    Located in South East Queensland, Brisbane is a modern thriving city and a gateway to many famous tourist locations and beaches such as the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast.

    Brisbane has a buoyant economy marked by key business sectors that include mining, resources, information and communication and technology, scientific innovation, manufacturing and food and beverage.  The multi-cultural global society enjoys the most number of sunny days compared to any other capital cities in Australia due to its lovely temperate climate, which is why the city is well loved for its outdoors activities.

  • Essential Facts about Brisbane

    Language

    English

    Time Difference

    GMT + 10 hours (AEST)

    Visa

    Requirements subject to country of residence

    Currency

    AUD

    Gratuity

    Not expected but will be appreciated.

    Business Hours:

    Shops:
    Daily

    Offices, mostly:
    08:30 hours to 17:00 hours

    GST

    10%

    Telephone Network

    GSM 3 or 4G mobile

    Health

    Vaccinations not usually required

    Electricity

    220V 3 pin flat plugs

    Public Holidays

    New Years’ Day, Australia Day, Good Friday, Easter Saturday, Easter Sunday, ANZAC, Queens Birthday, Royal Queensland Show, Labour Day, Christmas day and Boxing Day.

Location

QLD Cultural Centre at Southbank

The centre is a national treasure trove of Galleries that comprises the QLD Museum, QLD Library and QLD Performing Arts Complex.

New Farm

The transformed industrial space of the Brisbane Powerhouse is a popular venue for theatrical performances, comedy shows, dances and the arts, complete with markets and eating places.

Customs House

 Catch an orchestra play between the grand Corinthian columns, located by the river in the CBD, one of Brisbane’s premier function and restaurant venues.

Treasury Building

The historical City Hall site is a popular venue for cabaret, comedy or concert performances. 

The Museum of Brisbane

Also a feature of City Hall, the museum showcases artworks from the City of Brisbane collection as well as contemporary city exhibitions.

Fortitude Valley

Popular among local and foreigners alike, here you will find a vast selection of night clubs, discos and pubs, where you may also spot some emerging talent.

West End

Popular among local and foreigners alike, here you will find a vast selection of night clubs, discos and pubs, where you may also spot some emerging talent.

Treasury Casino

Take the Lady Luck along as you place your stakes.

Cloudland-Restaurant and Bar

A premier function venue in Fortitude Valley perfect for hosting guests and business associates.

Fringe Bar

The perfect place to chill out with friends in the Fortitude Valley.

Press Club

An elegant nightspot within Fortitude Valley that offers live music.

Empire Hotel

One of the newest and trendiest clubs in Brisbane that one must not miss in right in the Fortitude Valley.

Southbank Parkland

Located on the southern banks of the Brisbane River, this Brisbane’s premier lifestyle and cultural destination is a vast 17 hectares of lush parklands that offer world-class eateries and stunning river views.

Mount Coot-tha

At 287 metres above sea level, the highest peak in Brisbane is well loved for its trails and spectacular scenery that stretches from Brisbane City to Moreton Bay.

Moreton Bay

Stretching 125km from the Gold Coast to the Sunshine Coast, the third largest sand island in the world features crystal clear lakes and lagoons that exist among tall sand dunes, pristine beaches and abundant wildflowers.

Australia Zoo

The 100-acre zoo located on the Sunshine Coast near Beerwah is home to 1,000 animals, owned by Terri Irwin, widow of the late Steve Irwin.

National Parks

Within 30 minutes’ drive from the City, one will find great adventures in Boombana, Mailala, Cedar Flats, Camp Mountain and the Jollys lookout.

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

Founded in 1927, the world's oldest and largest koala sanctuary is a 4.6-hectare koala sanctuary located in the Brisbane suburb of Fig Tree Pocket in Queensland, Australia.

Eagle Street Pier

A hot spot for some of the top restaurants around that serves great food along with great river views.

Cha Cha Char Wine Bar and Grill

The Brisbane’s signature steakhouse is well-known for its multi-award winning steak menu that features over 10 different cuts of grain fed beef, cooked to perfection on the wood fired grill.

Il Centro

Located at Eagle Street Pier, the Brisbane’s favourite modern Italian Restaurant offers a fine balance of casual yet elegant al fresco and indoor dining with sweeping views of the river and Story Bridge.

Pony

A modern Australian restaurant that offers waterfront dining.

Aria

Owned by well-known chef Matt Moran, this is one of the best restaurants in Brisbane that offers modern Australian food by the river.

Sake

Offering contemporary Japanese fare in an ever-buzzy atmosphere, this is an ideal place to spend the summer.

George’s Paragon Seafood Restaurant

Offers seafood with a Greek theme.

Queen Street Mall

A relaxed shopping environment in the heart of Brisbane CBD with some 500 stores to offer.

Wintergarden Shopping Complex

Offers international designer fashion situated at the ground floor of Hilton Hotel.

The Myer Centre

Brisbane’s largest shopping centre with 5 levels of shopping, including an International Food Court, supermarkets and cinemas.

South Bank Markets

Held on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, these are art and craft markets where you will find not just handcrafted jewelry and art pieces but also gourmet food, while being entertained by street performers. 

Paddington and The Valley

Here you will find boutique stores, Indy fashion in The Valley, Vintage fashion, art galleries and great coffee shops.

The Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art

A Queensland's premier visual arts institution, the gallery connects people and art through a dynamic program of Australian and international exhibitions.

Brisbane Powerhouse

A contemporary, multi-arts, dining and conference venue, lovers of comedy, musicals, live theatre and dance flock to this place that is located in New Farm, overlooking the river.

Queensland Performing Arts Centre

A concert hall, play theatre, studios, event space and a performing arts museum much acclaimed for the performances hosted to-date.

Fortitude Valley

Offers an eclectic mix of Brisbane's Chinatown, alternative shopping and bars with emerging and innovative DJs and world-class super clubs.

West End

Located just behind South Bank, this is an edgy, bohemian district with artsy shops and cafes, where you will find alternative books, unique video stores and organic produce and quirky locals.

Brisbane Entertainment Centre

Home to some of the most complex events in the city, the Queensland's premier entertainment, sporting and meeting facility can seat up to 14,500 pax.

Suncorp Stadium

A modern stadium that plays host to rugby, cricket and soccer at both local and international levels.

Riverlife Brisbane

Explore Brisbane the exciting and adventurous way, whether you choose to kayak, rock-climb or speed along on rollerblade, Kick Bike or scooter. 

Story Bridge Adventure Climb

Climb during the day or night to reach the top of the bridge where you will be rewarded with a spectacular 360-degree view of the city that encompasses the Moreton Island and the Scenic Rim

Brisbane River Run

Linking the inner city parks of Roma Street South Bank Parklands and the City Botanic Gardens, the Run is a colour-coded run-or-walk course, taking in Goodwill Bridge, Story Bridge and Kangaroo Point.

Springfield Lakes

For the outdoor water-fun lovers, boating and fishing are extremely popular on Brisbane’s lakes and rivers.

Streets Beach

A man-made lagoon surrounded by white, sandy beach, perfect for water sports such as jet skiing, wind and kite surfing.

Moreton and Stradbroke Islands

These largest sand Islands of the world are ideal spots for surfing, swimming, diving, snorkeling, fishing, bird watching, walking and whale watching.

Tangalooma Resort, Moreton Island

Get up close with the wild dolphins, where you will get to hand-feed them.

Capri by Fraser, Brisbane / Australia

80 Albert Street, Brisbane QLD 4000
Phone: +61 7 3013 0088
Email: reservations.brisbane@capribyfraser.com

Address: 80 Albert Street (Cnr Mary St) | Tel: +61 2 8823 8854 | sales.sydney@
capribyfraser.com

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