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BRISBANE NIGHTLIFE - BRISBANE AUSTRALIA NIGHTLIFE

Brisbane NightlifeBrisbane Nightlife - Brisbane nightlife scene has come of age. Although, in terms of population, it cannot be compare to Sydney, its nightlife has escalated to level that make you sit up and take a look. In the music entertainment area it has produced its own local international star, Savage Garden.

Its warm sub tropical weather has given an addition reason to spend an evening out at Brisbane Nightlife scene. From jazz clubs to 3-floor dance clubs to casino by the river, it got everything.

Something to take note so as not to spoilt the evening, is its strict dress code for clubs. This enforce in most parts of Australia. The basic rule for guys is - a collared shirt and no jeans. For the gals is - no open-toed shoes. This is the minimum though it may vary at different clubs. The minimum age for drinking in Australia is 18 years old.

1) Alice's Bar and Club
15-12 Adelaide Street
Telephone (+61) 07 3221 7719
Americana Down Under as theme. Strong students following as it offer cheap drink on certain night. Make the bald eagle as its mascot.

2) The Zoo
711 Ann Street
Telephone (+61) 07 3854 1381
This is where the party animals gather and have a jungle of fun. A popular choice by bands to do surprise shows and launching of CD. Drinks price relatively cheap.

3) Wonderbar
339 Brunswick Street
Telephone (+61) 07 3852 1216
Do not mistake Wonderbar for wonder bra but a wonderful bar which play music ranging from techno to British pop. Located at Empire hotel.

4) PJ O'Brien's
127 Charlotte Street
Surprisingly quite a clean bar, unlike most Irish bars in Australia.

5) Irish Murphy's
Cnr George and Elizabeth Street Another Irish bar which is just a bit quieter than PJ's. Can be a bit quiet mid-week, but gets livelier at the weekends.

 

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