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Location

Our hotel’s location is just a short stroll from Central Railway Station, Queen Street Mall, Howard Smith Wharves entertainment and dining district, along with the James Street high-end fashion and lifestyle precinct. The hotel’s premium location makes Amora Hotel Brisbane the ideal corporate and social hub for the most discerning traveller. 

queen street mall shopping near Amora Hotel Brisbane

Queen Street Mall

Queen Street Mall, home to Queensland’s largest selection of fashion, is just a short stroll away from Amora Hotel Brisbane. The mall is the perfect place to shop, meet up with friends and family, and seek entertainment.

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Central Railway Station

Central railway station, a major transport hub in the Brisbane central business district, is located on the North Coast line in Queensland, and just a 7 minute walk from Amora Hotel Brisbane.

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City Botanic Gardens

Located alongside the river, the City Botanic Gardens are Brisbane's original botanic gardens. Spend your day enjoying the Bamboo Grove, Weeping Fig Avenue, Riverstage, ornamental ponds and more. Only a 20 minute walk from Amora Hotel Brisbane.

Howard Smith Wharves

Howard Smith Wharf

A short stroll from the hotel to Howard Smith Wharves modern waterside entertainment and dining district. Sample locally- brewed schooners at Felons Brewing Co, relax on the greens with take-away fish and chips, and enjoy a beverage whilst watching the sunset just metres from the Brisbane River.

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James Street

The James Street high-end fashion and lifestyle precinct is around a 20 minute train ride from the hotel. The precinct features over 110 speciality stores, including an impressive range of design showrooms and fashion boutiques, art galleries, and award-winning restaurants and cafes.

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Museum Of Brisbane

A short 10 minute walk to the Museum of Brisbane, where you can experience the city's vibrant culture. Museum of Brisbane explores contemporary and historic Brisbane and its people, through a program of art and social history exhibitions, workshops and other activities.