South Bank is Brisbane’s cultural epicentre with a thriving precinct of dedicated, world-class theatre, arts and educational institutions. Check out the precinct’s cultural institutions and what they offer you below.
Most awarded and most flexible meeting and events venue, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC) is located in South Bank, the city’s cultural and entertainment hub.
Situated at the southern end of South Bank Parklands, the Queensland Maritime Museum is one of Australia’s largest maritime museums.
For more than 30 years, Queensland Performing Arts Centre has showcased the best of local, national and international performing arts.
Queensland Museum is the state’s centre for natural history, cultural heritage, science and human achievement. It's also home to the Sciencentre, where visitors can take part in exciting – and educational – kinetic and interactive displays and experiments.
‘The Con’, as it’s known colloquially, holds regular recitals and concert events open to the public at the South Bank campus.
The State Library of Queensland houses a range of books, journals, magazines, newspapers, manuscripts and archives, maps, rare books, music, photographs, films and videos, and e-resources.
Holding a collection of more than 17,000 works of historical, modern and contemporary art, QAGOMA stages a dynamic program of Australian and international exhibitions.
Queensland Symphony Orchestra is Queensland’s only professional symphony orchestra and the largest performing arts company in the state.
Queensland’s leading professional theatre company, Queensland Theatre Company (QTC) presents an annual season of plays open to the public.