Things To Do
Few other suburbs can match Kangaroo Point for its views and natural beauty. Standing atop the ancient cliffs, the unmasked views of the river, city attractions and mountains show Brisbane at its best. Woolloongabba is said to mean meeting place in Aboriginal dialect and it has been a gathering point for sports lovers. The Gabba is part of cricketing folklore as the scene of some magnificent performances and the famous tied Test in 1960. Woolloongabba is also known for its reputation as Brisbane’s antique precinct and has bargain hunters and furniture enthusiasts flocking to its stores on weekends.
Perched along Stanley Street East next door to Foxy Bean in Woolloongabba, The Catbird Seat Bistro serves up a hearty menu of modern Australian cuisine inspired by French, Nordic and Scandinavian flavours.
If you are driving down Stanley St don’t blink - you could miss it. That would be an incredibly big loss to miss Padre, Woolloongabba’s hippest new watering hole.
This intimate yet relaxed wine bar and lounge offers a vintage feel with retro décor and an impressive drinks menu.
From antique emporiums and collectives to small vintage shops and markets, Brisbane's antique and vintage scene is a bargain-hunter's delight.
On the Brisbane River's edge at East Brisbane, Mowbray Park offers public facilities, barbecues and a public pontoon.
Brisbane’s Story Bridge opened for operation on July 6, 1940. This date came five years after construction began and 14 years after initial recommendations for a river crossing in the Kangaroo Point vicinity.
Located in Brisbane, Boggo Road was one of the most notorious prisons of the 20th century. But most of its secrets are yet to be revealed.
Enjoy a traditional Roman experience at one of Brisbane's favourite restaurants.
One of Brisbane's largest and funkiest antique centres.
Your experience of the hottest on-field action at Suncorp would not be complete without some pre and post game celebrations.
Offering impressive early morning or evening views, across to the City and beyond to the mountains, the Kangaroo Point Cliffs are a popular picnic spot.
For breathtaking views and Brisbane icons, Kangaroo Point and Woolloongabba form one of Brisbane's much-loved precincts for eating and drinking.