There's never a shortage of things to do around Brisbane and this week's no different. Find out more what's on this week near you.
Writer Margie Brown Ash tells a beautiful, heart warming story of a writer and her entrepreneur brother as they face premature death. Creators have magnificently used multimedia adding a modern twist to a seemingly simplistic story.
15- 27 October
Experience the largest Japanese Film Festival outside of Japan, boasting the latest contemporary titles in Japanese cinema.
See vibrant street performers and carnival characters bring George St to life during the G20 Cultural Celebrations.
24 October - 9 November
The ever-popular night-time Diwali festival, or festival of lights, is back for another year and will be celebrated in the Chinatown Mall.
With more than one million items expected to be up for sale on the day, Garage Sale Trail generates widespread positive environmental outcomes by promoting reuse and reducing waste to landfill.
Join us for Australia’s biggest colour festival that showcases Brisbane in a spectacular and vibrant way! Coloured powder is thrown as people sing and dance together, celebrating our human spirit and weaving together our world.
Get your flock together and join in on the biggest and quackiest festival race day in the country! Loads of family fun, rides, live music, kids entertainment, licensed area and a quacker of a good time!
Brisbane is home to thriving live music scene and the good news is that often it won't even cost you a dollar. Between The City Sounds and the G20 Cultural Celebrations, you're sure to find something fun and free to suit your tastes.
Head into the heart of The City from 24-26 October to enjoy The City Sounds FREE live music program. This weekend features Matt Glass, Tango Hustler, George, Andrew & Daniel and more.
G20 Cultural Celebrations: Join Emma Louise during the G20 Cultural Celebrations for a special intimate performance at The Hi-Fi.
G20 Cultural Celebrations: Join us for Australia’s biggest colour festival that showcases Brisbane in a spectacular and vibrant way!
From laid-back local pubs with live music, to chic cocktail bars run by some of the best bartenders in the country – new nightlife in Brisbane caters to all tastes. Discover the newest hidden gems in Brisbane.
Perfect for the balmy Brisbane climate, the outdoor space situated on top of the Tryp Hotel has never-ending views and is fast-becoming the place-to-be-seen.
One of the main attractions of the alehouse will whet the whistle of all beer enthusiasts – expect to find 31 brews available on tap, plus late night hearty feeds.
Tucked away on Gresham Lane off Creek St in The City, Red Hook serves up mouth-watering New York fare.