DAMMANN German–English Translations have been servicing individual and corporate clients in Brisbane for almost a decade. So if you need a German translator in Brisbane with a NAATI certification, just give us a call or send us an e-mail, and we will work out the best way to get your translation done as quickly as possible.
Overview of German translation services in Brisbane
As a NAATI-accredited German translation firm in Brisbane, we offer a diverse range of translation services, including German business document translation and German legal document translation, as well as important immigration-related services such as German driver’s licence, police certificate and marriage certificate translations.
German translators in Brisbane – Our price guarantee
When selecting a German translator in Brisbane, please keep the following in mind: Make sure that the German translator has NAATI translator credentials(and thus the ability to create what is commonly called “NAATI translations”), has experience in immigration translations and charges reasonable prices. You will be surprised to notice the price differences between different German translators.
Brisbane in 2 minutes – a video presented by your German translator Brisbane
Brisbane is a great city to live in and to visit – as a leading German translator in Brisbane, we are proud to provide you with a short video on Brisbane and its attractions. Enjoy!
Background: Why go to Brisbane?–A guide for Germans down under
Brisbane is the capital city,situated in the Australian state of Queensland. It is the third largest and third most populous city in the country. The city is located in the south east corner of Queensland, along the Brisbane River.
The city of Brisbane is proud of its homely atmosphere. Although it is a progressive and industrialised city, it still exudes the aura of a “country town”, and is known for its warm welcome to visitors. We at DAMMANN German–English translations are proud to serve a broad client base in and around town as certified German translators in Brisbane.
Popular tourist attractions in Brisbane include the City Botanic Gardens, the South Bank Park lands (stretches of beaches and lagoons), Roma Street Parkland, Port side Wharf, and Brisbane Forest Park. The Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary opened in 1927 as the world’s first koala sanctuary. For sports enthusiasts, the city offers over 27 kilometres of bicycle pathways, both throughout the city centre and along the river. Fishing and boating are also popular pastimes.
Good shopping for all Germans in Brisbane is to be found in the Queen Street Mall. Brisbane is home to a wide variety of restaurants, offering diverse cuisine and a good range of accommodation opportunities too, from backpacker hostels to elegant boutique hotels. The city can really say it has something for every taste.