Brisbane is Australia’s ‘New World City’, with a multicultural population of over 2.2 million. The city provides students with forward-thinking education providers and world-class research facilities, all in a sub-tropical climate ideal for an outdoor lifestyle.
Brisbane is a safe and friendly city with a generous community spirit. Australia’s comparatively low crime rate makes it one of the safest countries in the world.
Furthermore, Australia has lower living expenses and tuition costs compared to other developed countries. Both of these factors make Brisbane one of the most liveable cities in the world.
Sarina Russo Institute is located in the heart of Brisbane City and is within walking distance to:
Nearly 30% of Brisbane’s population was born overseas.
Brisbane enjoys approximately 283 sunny days per year.
Brisbane is the Capital City of the Sunshine State. It’s also known as ‘Brizzie’ to the locals.
More than 16% of Brisbane households speak a language other than English at home.
130 Koalas to cuddle at Lone Pine Sanctuary.
More than 90 council parks have exercise equipment so you can get outdoors and exercise for free.