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Jeepers creepers, it’s Halloween in Brisbane!

Brisbane is turning up the scream factor this October so make your Halloween a night to remember with ghosts, spirits and all things that go bump in the night.

Where to watch the Melbourne Cup in Brisbane

Not sure where to celebrate Melbourne Cup Day? Read our round-up of winning venues to watch the race that stops the nation in style this Tuesday 3 November.

Where to celebrate Oktoberfest in Brisbane

Need ideas on where to celebrate Oktoberfest in Brisbane? We’ve picked six weeks’ worth of Bavarian good times, so grab your friends and family and embrace your inner-German.

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 watch the NRL footy grand final

If you haven’t got a ticket to watch the Brisbane Broncos go head-to-head against the North Queensland Cowboys, never fear, we’ve hand-picked some of the best spots to watch the game, grab a drink and soak up the footy fever.

Nine boredom-busting activities for creative kids

Want to inspire the little ones? Check out this list of activities for creative kids that will get them dancing, drawing, cooking and even coding.

Art and the River Public Art Trail

Walk or cycle Brisbane's Art and the River Public Art Trail, a 2.4km path starting at South Bank that meanders along the Brisbane River's edge on the Kangaroo Point boardwalk.

Where to watch State of Origin in Brisbane

Ahead of the final game of State of Origin, we’ve rounded up the best spots in Brisbane to show your colours and support the mighty Queensland Maroons.

Must-see musical performances of 2015

Whether you are an opera, classical music, ballet or musical lover, Brisbane’s theatre events calendar will be sure to offer a performance that suits all tastes.

Brisbane shares deep connection with Cirque's TOTEM

Totem features 46 performing artists, but it’s the costumes that complete the show, and they are designed by Brisbane-born Kym Barrett.