Things To Do
Icons and espressos – these are the words best describing Milton and Park Road. Milton was one of the first suburbs to undergo urban revitalisation, giving birth to the original cafe strip on Park Road. Football lovers flock to the suburb most weekends as Suncorp Stadium comes alive to host rugby league, rugby union or soccer games. Milton is a little corner of Europe, with the iconic La Dolce Vita holding centre stage since 1989. Park Road is characterised by sports cars taking prime parking positions outside gift shops, fashion houses and restaurants. Then there is the replica Eiffel Tower – a symbol of the area’s cosmopolitan nature.
This exciting venue on Coronation Drive stocks more than 300 spirits.
Located in "two small rooms", this is an intimate restaurant offering a modern Australian menu.
Drop in to this iconic Milton cafe for modern European-influenced cuisine that's simple yet expertly prepared.
With only one home game being played at Suncorp Stadium on 8 July, tickets to see your XXXX Queensland Maroons in action against the VB NSW Blues will be in high demand.
Liverpool FC will lace up their boots and run onto the field on Friday, 17 July to play Brisbane Roar at Suncorp Stadium.
Watch the Qantas Wallabies take on South Africa at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday 18 July.
A cool hole-in-the-wall cafe specialising in coffee and hot chocolate.
Some say Suncorp Stadium is the best stadium in the Southern Hemisphere, seating almost 55,000 and holding some of the world's best games in rugby league, rugby union and soccer.
Experience Little Italy in the heart of Park Road, Milton, where the authentic flavours of the food and coffee combine with a warm and vibrant ambience.
The heritage-listed hotel on Coronation Dr offers diners and party-goers numerous bars, a dance floor, restaurant and cafe.
Beer lovers are spoilt for choice, with The Scratch offering an overwhelming range of boutique, international and Australian craft beers.
Inner-city Milton, to the west of Brisbane's CBD, was one of the first suburbs to undergo urban revitalisation, giving birth to the original dining precinct on Park Rd.
After an exciting 15-year journey, Mariosarti has now evolved into a restaurant offering modern Italian cuisine.
This restaurant has a fresh, quirky look that has quickly become a delight for Auchenflower locals and beyond.