Brisbane is the capital state of Queensland, Australian. "Bris Vegas" is a nickname given to the city. The city of Brisbane is hilly, centred along the Brisbane River and suburbs line the shores of Moreton Bay. Brisbane has one of the lowest per capita usages of water of any developed city in the world. Brisbane’s the National Aboriginal Centre for the Performing Arts play a vital role in the preservations of Aboriginal culture and traditions. It has the world's first koala sanctuary “The Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary”. Tourism is an important part of the Brisbane economy, blessed with an abundance of sunshine and spectacular waterways and beautiful beaches, enjoy a dazzling riverside location or take a catamaran ferry and glide up and down the Brisbane River, go dolphin feeding, whale watching, surf in the sea, visit sprawling subtropical park lands, take to the sky on a Brisbane sky dive trip, explore the World Heritage Rainforest wildlife sanctuary featuring many waterfalls, spot some rare wildlife from the tracks, cuddle a koala or past and feed a Kangaroo, tour tree top canopy in the rainforest, Spend the day at Australia Zoo, climb a large indoor climbing wall or adventurous bridge climbing, take a ride on the Wheel of Brisbane, past colossal rock faces at Kangaroo Point, get charmed by world-class art galleries, rocking and booming live-music venues, participate in traditional Aboriginal song and dance performances and a thriving and fabulous restaurant scene with year-round outdoor dining, enjoy a night out on a Brisbane River dinner cruise. Brisbane has the laid-back, easy attitude of a small community but retains the friendliness, relaxed and down-to-earth attitude and has friendliest locals. It is casually emerging as one of the most desirable places to visit in Australia.