Brisbane is Australia's third-largest city, and it attracts more and more Australians than just travelers every day. It is called the "City of the New World" and is often compared to New York City because of its abundance of skyscrapers. There are no ancient architectural buildings, no extraordinary history, or rare attractions. During the walks, there is an impression of a too clean and right place, created as artificial. But this order and the feeling that everything is in its place attract people to Brisbane. There are plenty of bridges, national parks, rare animals. Yet Brisbane has the least dangerous insects and mammals, unlike any other city in Australia. Brisbane is modern, bustling, and incredibly hospitable.