Click through to find out the best of what's happening this week in Brisbane and its surrounding regions.
As the temperature drops, your social life doesn't need to suffer. We've rounded up the cosiest bars in Brisbane to snuggle up with your favourite winter tipple and get toasty warm.
With free and affordable activities at hand, satisfying the whole family is a breeze in Brisbane these school holidays.
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Let's bring together French music, cuisine, culture, entertainment and products to celebrate Bastille Day in Brisbane.
Driven by the pain of Grand Final defeat, the Broncos will battle to "go one better" in 2016 under master coach Wayne Bennett, with a new captain and x-factor speedster James Roberts on-board.
Next game: 1 July
Get to the Gabba and see Test cricket with a twist as Australia takes on Pakistan when the Gabba hosts Brisbane's first ever day-night Test.
Scenic Rim Eat Local Week celebrates the food, farmers and natural beauty of the Scenic Rim through a program of festivals, farm gate events and culinary experiences.
25 June – 3 July
A month-long celebration showcasing the best restaurants, cafes, bars and producers the state has to offer.
Get ready to get your hands on real snow in Brisbane this winter! Snow4Kids is back at South Bank from 25 June to 10 July with real snowfall, snowman making, mini toboggan slopes and more.
Until 10 July
Located in the iconic King George Square, Winter Festival Brisbane will offer a open-air ice-skating with traditional European culinary delights and captivating entertainment for the whole family.
17 June – 10 July.
Visitors fly from around the world in search of islands as idyllic as those on Brisbane’s coastline. Experience paradise on your doorstep now.
Brisbane’s regions are jam-packed with exciting things to do suitable for families, adventure seekers and those who just want to indulge.