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The 12 events of this summer in Brisbane

Brisbane is the gift that keeps on giving. From international sporting matches to world-class performing arts, let Brisbane show you a good time this summer.

Cinemas in Brisbane

Netflix and chill all you like, but there’s an irreplaceable magic at the movies. The curtains come wide, the lights go down and a projector clicks to life to unspool something amazing. (Well, they used to. It’s all digital now, mostly.) Remember why we make movies in the first place with these picturehouses across Brisbane.

10 things you won't want to miss at Oktoberfest Brisbane

Raise your stein and welcome back Australia’s largest German Festival, Oktoberfest Brisbane. Discover our guide to the top 10 things to do at this year's festival.

Where to go, what to do for Oktoberfest in Brisbane

Bigger, better and beerier than ever before, Oktoberfest is back!

Where to hear live jazz, blues and soul music in Brisbane

If you’ve got Georgia on your mind and want to find your own brown-eyed girl, perhaps you’ll find her at one of Brisbane’s live music bars – specifically those with a little more soul...

Your guide to exploring Fish Lane

Fish Lane is a choose-your-own dining and drinking adventure – read this guide and plan your laneway crawl.

Art trail through Fortitude Valley and New Farm

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.

Explore Brisbane's art galleries

Uncover Brisbane’s burgeoning art scene in one of our many thriving innovative spaces throughout the city, local precincts and the Brisbane Region.

The Bigsound guide to Brisbane – where to eat, drink, sleep and kick on

Each September more than 160 of the hottest new music acts from around Australia descend on Brisbane for an event like no other in this country. It’s Bigsound time.

22 things you must see at Brisbane Festival (plus some)

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.