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Brisbane Visitor Information
The City offers a discovery in every direction. Home to over 1000 stores, including the largest range of flagship boutiques in Queensland, it is the state’s premier shopping destination. The Brisbane CBD is also a food and drink lovers paradise, with everything from burger joints and riverside bistros, to laneway bars and hidden cafes, as well as the most Good Food Guide-awarded venues in Queensland! Besides shopping and eating there’s The City Sounds free music program, countless events, a cinema, a casino, parks, galleries, performance spaces and even a bowling alley.
Swedish multinational fashion retailer H&M is known for its affordable and quality fast-fashion clothing for men, women, teenagers and children.
On weekends between 14 November and 6 December you can park in a number of The City’s car parks for the whole day for just $5.
The Zara flagship store in Queen Street Mall features three levels of the latest fashion for women, men and kids.
Brisbane Asia Pacific Film Festival 2015
Experience cinema at its best in Brisbane this November with the second Brisbane Asia Pacific Film Festival (BAPFF).
19- 29 November
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk, in conjunction with the 6th Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (RAR), will host an Exercising of the Freedom of Entry to the City of Brisbane Parade.
The Brisbane Symphony Orchestra brings the magic of the movies to this year's family concert.
Explore a corner of inner-suburban Brisbane through the eyes of the quirky and playful Stephen Nothling.
23 October - 31 January
Operated by the Wise Foundation, the heritage-listed curator's cottage at the City Botanic Gardens has just been restored into The Gardens Club, a cafe and event space.
Brisbane-based label Tengdahl was established by Julie Tengdahl.