Comfort Inn And Suites Toowong

24 Lissner St, Toowong, Brisbane, Queensland, 4066, Australia
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Dress for an Upscale Restaurant

by edmilb

My wife and I are hoping to be able to dine at the Customs House (or similar if there is a better alternative) during our visit from the US in mid March. I've been trying to find pictures of restaurant patrons so we know what to pack. Any guidance is greatly appreciated.

Re: Dress for an Upscale Restaurant

by pedroswift

Sub tropical Brisbane is pretty laid back re dress code. Smart casual is the norm even for the better eating establishments. No requirement for ties or coats for the gents. You will see diners in suits and ties in the area in which you hope to dine because it is the business end of town & patrons come from work in their "uniforms".
Mid March should be hot weather still and lots of restaurant patrons will be wearing short sleeved shirts.

Re: Dress for an Upscale Restaurant

by Anne12

For the man, casual pants and shirt, no tie.
For the lady, summer dress or 3/4 pants and top, summer type shoes, either heeled or not.Maybe a light cardigan to throw over shoulders:)
As Pedro mentioned it's casual in Queensland.

Re: Dress for an Upscale Restaurant

by Mikebb

Brisbane is sub tropical, a very nice place with a casual laid back atmosphere.
Smart casual for men is the go, slacks and shirt with collar, I would avoid polo type shirt. Long or short sleeve, whatever you wish. Ladies should have similar dress.

You will enjoy Brisbane, a nice friendly city I visit frequently.

Good Luck,
Mike

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Just north of Brisbane is an...

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Just north of Brisbane is an area called the Sunshine Coast. This is a wonderful place for a holiday and if you are lucky enough - to live. It is on the coast with beautiful beaches. Slogan for Queenland is, beautiful one day, perfect the next. That sums up this tropical paridise.

Brisbane Tip

by Krystynn

Besides New Zealand, Australia is definitely the only other country in the world with this much SHEEP! And nothing beats visiting a real life working farm here in Brisbane.

Brisbane is also renowned for it's fantastic weather. With sunny days and clear blue skies all year round, hey, this city is great for lovers of the outdoor lifestyle! Just see how happy these sheep are? :-))

Summer Essentials

by Aleyd

It is always a good idea to wear a hat and carry plenty of drinking water in summer.

In summer we get a lot of sudden storms, so it's always a good idea to carry an umbrella, poncho or raincoat, just in case. Mosquito repellent and sunscreen are a must for surviving Brisbane in summer. Always remember to reapply your sunscreen after a couple of hours, or after you've been swimming.

Lamington National Park

by Gentleman75

Lamington National Park is situated approximately 100km south of Brisbane. In this Park You can hike on a wide variety of walking tracks and You can see a wide range of Queensland's wildlife and plants. There are some walking tracks, where, after some rainy days, You can see waterfalls - otherwise only falls.

FRASER ISLAND is a must when...

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FRASER ISLAND is a must when you are around the area. I went on a one day tour fron noosa with the fraser explorer tourswhich only cost $90.00 which included a full buffet lunch and the cherry venture shipwreck ,teh coloured sands and lake McKenzie(the cearest water you have ever seen).

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