Spring Hill Central Apartments

Spring Hill, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$105 to AU$480

Spring Hill Central Apartments is a 48 unit complex of one and two bed, two bath apartments on the fringe of the Brisbane Central Business District catering for Brisbane holiday and corporate accommodation. These apartments are designed to be a home away from home for the busy corporate and temporary visitor to Brisbane. With a 10 minute walk to Central Railway Station, Spring Hill Central is surrounded by cafes and restaurants. Free shuttle City Bus to Queen Street Mall. One complimentary car park per unit.

Spring Hill is an inner city suburb of Brisbane. Young and vibrant, Brisbane lies at the heart of one of the most diverse and popular holiday regions in Australia and enjoys an enviable climate of warm, bright summers and clear, mild winters - making it an ideal place to visit all year round.

Brisbane has the friendliness of a big country town, yet all the action of a large cosmopolitan city. If you love shopping, you'll be impressed with Brisbane's Queen Street Mall, which is packed with all the popular chain stores and department stores.

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448 Boundary Street
Spring Hill Central Apartments
Spring Hill, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

2 Bedroom Apartment

The large Two Bedroom Two Bathroom Apartment contains reverse cycle air-conditioning in the main living area. Each unit has a full kitchen with full sized fridge, dishwasher and all utensils plus a laundry including dryer. WiFi internet available in the complex supplied by Freedom Internet through hotspots. Spring Hill Central Apartments are close to restaurants and local shops. There is a free city loop bus to Queen Street Mall, or take the 10 minute walk to the Central Business District the train stations and bus depot. Each unit comes with a complimentary car parking space for one car.

1 Bedroom Apartment

The large one bedroom apartments all have reverse cycle air-conditioning in the main living area. Each unit has a full kitchen with full sized fridge, dishwasher and all utensils plus a laundry including dryer. Wi Fi Internet available in the complex supplied by Freedom Internet through hotspots. Spring Hill Central Apartments are close to Restaurants and Local Shops. There is a free city loop bus to Queen Street Mall, or take the 10 minute walk to the Central Business District the train stations and bus depot. Each unit comes with a complimentary car parking space for one car.

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