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Good Food Month has begun, with more than 150 food-themed events on offer in Brisbane and surrounding regions throughout July.
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Brisbane Times Good Food Month presented by Citi is a month-long celebration showcasing the best cafes, bars and producers in Brisbane with a series of events and offers.
Until 31 July
Be entertained by the robber as he explores tales of theft and intrigue, dress up and play cops and robbers at Action Station, create your own identikit image of train robbers and create your own heist makes and disguises.
Until 13 July
After a brave showing, the Socceroos are out of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. But there's still finals action to come and you can see it live on the big screen in King George Square.
13 July, 6am - Third place playoff
14 July, 5am - FIFA World Cup Final
Regional Flavours is South Bank’s signature food, wine and lifestyle event.
The inaugural Scandinavian Film Festival is set to heat up the Australian winter this July, with the coolest movies from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland hitting screens nationally. Presented by Palace and screening exclusively at Palace Cinema locations, the festival will delight audiences with the best drama, crime and comedy of the region.
There will be the annual Gardens and Flowers Show, Orchid Show, church displays, Quilt and Craft Show, arts and craft stalls, street parade and much, much more.
The Total Brisbane French Festival is back for a complete celebration of French culture, food, wine, fashion and entertainment.
The relationship between food and art has never been as richly illustrated than as will be in the Gallery of Modern Art’s (GOMA) latest exhibition, Harvest.
28 June - 21 September
Transparent explores the breadth and diversity of watercolours held in the Queensland Art Gallery collection.
Dutch Courage Officers' Mess is a cocktail, gin and share plate bar inspired by the British colonial outposts of the late 19th century
The relationship between food and art has never been as richly illustrated as it will be in the Gallery of Modern Art’s (GOMA) latest exhibition, Harvest.
Riverlife Adventure Centre offers a range of exhilarating activities! Whether you're a local or a visitor, you are able to experience the thrill of real outdoor adventure in a fun, friendly and safe setting.
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