Click through to find out the best of what's happening this week in Brisbane and its surrounding regions.
Make plans with this comprehensive guide to Brisbane’s top attractions. Cruises, culture and a city of excitement. What more could you want?
Cruise up and down the winding Brisbane River, putt about on the expansive blue of Moreton Bay, or hop on board a boat up the river to cuddle the koalas of Lone Pine.
Art can feel pretty inaccessible sometimes. This guide to the galleries of Fortitude Valley and New Farm is here to help you get your culture on.
Fish Lane is a choose-your-own dining and drinking adventure – read this guide and plan your laneway crawl.
September is going to be bigger and better than ever with Brisbane Festival turning the city 50 shades of pink with its three-week program.
Brisbane Festival transforms the city over three dazzling weeks in September. With a fully-loaded program of incredible dance, music, theatre and much more.
In an Australian exclusive, Gladiators: Heroes of the Colosseum is an international touring exhibition that will only be appearing at Queensland Museum.
Kunjiel (corroboree) is the closing event of the Quandamooka Festival on North Stradbroke Island.
Explore the flavoursome side of Brisbane’s abundant food story at an exhibition of installations that provide an insight into the minds of some of Brisbane's most innovative chefs.
Until 12 November
Every one of us has a story. Together, they tell the story of Brisbane.
Kinky Boots is Cyndi Lauper's hilarious and heart-warming new musical, which kicks off at Brisbane's Lyric Theatre this August.
From August 22.
Make the most of Brisbane in the great outdoors and wander along some of the many trails and scenic walks in the region.
Stand naked on your private deck overlooking never-ending valleys or relax by a log fire with a glass of red and your favourite person. Make every moment count with these iconic stays.