The estimated average annual revenue for a property in Brisbane across all property types is $22,008.
This takes into account the average occupancy rate at 63%, however KingsCoin Airbnb hosts frequently experience occupancy at 70-80%.
Average annual earnings for a private room is estimated by AirDNA in Brisbane at $12,172, whilst 4 bedrooms houses bringing in an average of $63,945.
The highest earner was a massive Brookfield property which slept 16 and generated $132,232 for the year!
The best time to visit Brisbane is from May to August and September through November, during the city's winter and spring. Rainfall is infrequent and days are warm.
The peak times for Brisbane Airbnb hosts coincides with winter, then also the summer & Easter school holidays.
From feeding wild dolphins on the shores of Moreton Bay to climbing the Story Bridge. Brisbane is full of enticing experiences for every traveller.
The Golden Gate to over 600km of beaches all within an hour or so from the city. Guests love visiting Fraser Island being QLD’s largest island with QLD’s longest beach (75 mile beach) and Stradbroke Island to spot Kangaroos at the beach.
Southbank parklands hosts the arts district including Queensland Performing Arts Centre and also the awesome Streets Beach overlooking the city skyline.
Brisbane is known for its vibrant outdoor festivals, world class sporting matches held at the Gabba and Suncorp stadiums, parklands, entertainment and exhibition centres in a city of open spaces, river views and great weather.
There are hundreds of major Brisbane events every year that include music, arts, performance, film, exhibitions and stand-up comedy including;
Brisbane Comedy Festival - February to March
Caxton Street Festival - Labour Day weekend
Brisbane Marathon - August
Ekka - August
Brisbane Festival - September
Oktoberfest - October which has been named one of the top 10 Oktoberfests outside of Germany.
Good Food & Wine Show - October or November