Living in Brisbane

Why Choose Brisbane? 

Brisbane is the State capital and the largest city in Queensland. It boasts a rich and diverse cultural life, including art, theatre and cultural festivals.  

Brisbane residents enjoy a wide range of landscapes and lifestyles including ultra-modern shopping centres, pedestrian malls, alternative culture clusters, up-market commercial precincts and the South Bank Parklands. With over 1000 parks and gardens and the riverside Botanic Gardens at its centre, Brisbane is a green city.
The greater Brisbane area includes the Gold and Sunshine Coasts and is one of Australia's most beautiful regions. Brisbane offers an interesting blend of cosmopolitan lifestyles, a rich culture of the arts, a pleasant, subtropical climate and easy access to some of Australia's most beautiful natural features. These include unspoiled rainforests, world-famous beaches, and breathtaking rural and bush landscapes.
Because of its subtropical climate - the temperatures ranges from 18-29C in summer and 9-22C in winter – it allows people to take advantage of an outdoor, leisurely lifestyle.
Brisbane is one of the most affordable capital cities in Australia to live in. The cost of transport, food and entertainment is average for Australian cities. Brisbane caters for a diverse range of lifestyles and can easily be enjoyed on any budget. 

St Margaret's is registered with CRICOS and is approved to provide courses of education or training to overseas students in Queensland. 
St Margaret's School Council Ltd | ABN: 69069684019 | CRICOS Code: 00511K