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South Bank Parklands score high satisfaction

Brisbane City Council’s South Bank Parklands continue to wow tourists and residents, with a whopping 99 per cent of visitors citing it as a ‘must do’ experience, a recent survey revealed.

How will G20 impact you? An update from Queensland Police

According to Queensland Police, the security operation for the G20 Leaders Summit in November will be larger than any Olympic Games effort.

Open Now: NEXT Hotel

Recently opened on the Queen Street Mall, NEXT Hotel redefines service standards with unlimited free wi-fi, free mini bar items and a Club Lounge accessible to all hotel guests.

The Valley Markets reinvent themselves

One of Brisbane's oldest weekend markets, open each weekend since 1992, the Fortitude Valley Markets are set to re-launch on 11 October

Acclaimed filmmaker Lord David Puttnam coming to Brisbane

Academy Award-winning film producer and education, digital and trade leader Lord David Puttnam will be here next month for Brisbane Global Cafe events.

Brisbane Joins Queensland Instameet

Brisbane we are calling on you to start your smartphones, fire up Instagram and help us show the world how good-looking Brisbane and Queensland are at ‘Biggest Instameet in the World'.

Brisbane Riverwalk to reopen on Sunday

The beloved New Farm Riverwalk will be reopened by Lord Mayor Graham Quirk this Sunday with plenty of family fun to keep everyone entertained.

Brisbane claims cool capital title

"Do we dare declare Brisbane as Australia’s most hot-right-now culinary corner? Whoops, we just did – sorry Melbourne."

Megan Washington to launch new album ‘There There’ at Queen Street Mall

ARIA award winner Megan Washington will be performing her highly anticipated third album There There in Queen Street Mall this Friday, 12 September at 7pm.

Full steam ahead for Spring Festival

Get to the Laidley Spring Festival in old world style aboard a heritage steam train on Saturday, 13 September.