2km from Brisbane CBD

RFH on Gregory is located 2km from the Brisbane CBD in Spring Hill, centrally located within walking distance of Roma Street Train Station and Parklands. Close proximity to Suncorp Stadium, RNA Showgrounds, South Bank, St Andrew’s Hospital, Royal Children’s Hospital, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, andBrisbane Private Hospital. Also only a short drive from the GABBA and Ballymore.

 89-95 Gregory Terrace Spring Hill

From Brisbane CBD

RFH on Gregory is approx. 2km from the Brisbane CBD, a short walk or accessible using Brisbane bus routes 321 or 372 (stops on Wickham Terrace) we are also close to Roma Street and Central Train Station.

From Brisbane Airport

Take Moreton Drive & Airport Drive to the M7, exit on to Horace Street/Lutwyche Road, continue on to Bowen Bridge Road, turn right on to Gregory Terrace; RFH on Gregory is at the Roma Street end of Gregory Terrace opposite the Brisbane Girls Grammar School.

Things to do in Brisbane

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Brisbane is a city for the senses; walking under impossibly blue skies around this foot-friendly city opens up a world of experiences. A well planned series of paths and bridges connect the city centre to South Bank, as well as many of our urban villages that tease the river’s edge as it bends the city, its parks and gentle skyscrapers.
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RFH Gregory is close to Brisbane restaurants and dining.
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Brisbane has a range of retail precincts, both in the Central Business District and in surrounding suburbs.
The Queen Street Mall has a vast array of cafes, restaurants, cinemas, gift shops and shopping centres including: Wintergarden, Broadway on the Mall, QueensPlaza and The Myer Centre.
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The Museum houses permanent and changing exhibitions, with the aim of connecting visitors to Queensland, its people and Queensland’s place in the world – past, present and future, through exhibitions, displays and public programs.
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A well planned series of paths and bridges connect the city centre to South Bank, as well as many of our urban villages that tease the river’s edge as it bends the city, its parks and gentle skyscrapers.
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By day, you can see the sun shining over Brisbane, out to Moreton Bay and by night, a fairyland of glittering lights and starlit sky surrounds you. Interpretive facilities, a wishing waterfall and beautifully manicured gardens further enhance the complex and blend harmoniously with the surrounding native bushland.