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Brisbane is a city and the state capital of Queensland in Australia. Australia is a big island and the smallest of the world. Brisbane is also the most populous city of Queensland with a population of over 1,8 million and is the third most populous in Australia. The most populous city is Sydney. The indigenous people called the area Mian-jin which means “place shaped as a spike”. The city of Brisbane was named after Sir Thomas Brisbane who was the governor of the New South Wales from 1821 to 1825. Around the year 1837 German missionaries settled at Zions Hill Nundah, this was five years before Brisbane was proclaimed for free settlement.
Brisbane climate is humid, hot and dry summers and mild winter. Brisbane’s city is quite hilly. The previous inhabitants before the European settlement in Brisbane were the Turrbal. In 1859 Queensland was proclaimed as separate colony having for capital Brisbane. The oldest buildings still existing are Park and the Old Commissariat Store on William Street and The Windmill in Wickham. Brisbane City Council controls the city of Brisbane.
Brisbane has its own airport called Brisbane Airport and is the third busiest in the country of Australia after Sydney and Melbourne Airport.

 

 

 

 

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