Discover Brisbane from the inside out and explore the vibrant urban villages across Brisbane. Each suburb is a hub of activity with its own distinct vibe, unique personality and seemingly endless offering of things to see and do. Use this colour coded map to find your feet and see for yourself why this river city is much loved by residents and remembered fondly by visitors.
It is heating up in Brisbane this January, with a blockbuster month of sport, arts and entertainment for everyone to enjoy.
The Brisbane dining scene is ever-expanding and full of surprises around every corner. We’ve rounded up the new crop of bars, restaurants and cafes that have recently opened to add to your must-try list.
Brisbane’s diverse fashion scene boasts a stunning array of hidden gems around every corner, from small and fashion-forward boutiques to elegant arcades and luxury retailers.
From stunning fashion and award-winning food and drink, to The City Sounds and an extensive calendar of events, The City has so much to explore.
South Bank is Brisbane's premier lifestyle and cultural destination and is home to many cafes, restaurants, shops, Streets Beach and The Parklands.
Guide to where to eat, drink, shop, play and stay in Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, where offbeat meets elegance.
The tree-lined streets of Ascot and Hamilton feature fine restaurants, chic cafes and boutiques. Home to Brisbane horseracing, frock yourself up and hit the track.
The foreshores of Wynnum, Manly and Shorncliffe are popular destinations for barbecues, picnics and water activities such asfishing, windsurfing and jetskiing.
Bulimba and Hawthorne combine village charm with contemporary elegance. The suburbs are home to historic cinemas, art galleries, bookshops, alfresco eateries and beautifully renovated Queenslander houses.
Stand atop the ancient Kangaroo Point cliffs for stunning views of the river, city and mountains. Woolloongabba is a meeting place for sports lovers and antique hunters.
Caxton Street is alive most weekends, with footy fans converging after rugby league, rugby union or soccer games at Suncorp Stadium to catch a bite or grab a beer.
Icons and espressos – these are the words best describing Milton and Park Road. Milton is a little corner of Europe with the iconic La Dolce Vita holding centre stage.
Farm encourages an outdoor lifestyle with unique spaces such as Brisbane
Powerhouse and New Farm Park. Teneriffe, once a farming and industrial, is now
home to trendy restaurants, cafes and boutiques.
The rolling and leafy hills of Paddington, Rosalie and nearby Red Hill are speckled with quaint cottages turned enticing shopfronts, restaurants and cafes. Pick up a unique gift here.
Hugging the northern side of the CBD, Roma Street Parkland and Spring Hill are an iconic part of Brisbane and its’ history. The parkland is one of Brisbane’s premier parks, while Spring Hill is home to a number of vibrant cafes.
West End has a quirky, local characteristic described as a fusion of cultures and mix of alternative and vintage. The shops, restaurants and lively lifestyle reflect this inner-city suburb’s eclectic charm.