There's never a shortage of things to do around Brisbane and this week's no different. Find out more what's on this week near you.
Boggo Road Gaol is hosting a series of classic prison films including Brubaker, Miller's Crossing and Shawshank Redemption. Join a historical tour beforehand or come along for the film!
27 May, 2 and 10 June
With decadent food, extravagant fashion, world-class entertainment and lavish decor, this year's Channel Seven Brisbane Racing Carnival will let everyone indulge their wildest desires with five race meets.
14 May – 11 June
This exhibition will be the first held in Australia of influential American artist Cindy Sherman's large-scale photographs made since 2000.
28 May – 25 September
This retrospective of the work of the late Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori celebrates the life of the senior Kaiadilt artist from Bentinck Island.
21 May - 28 August
Queensland Ballet's Strictly Gershwin is a spectacular tribute to George Gershwin and the big band era of the Thirties. Strictly Gershwin evokes the silver screen magic of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, and the glamour of a golden age.
27 May – 4 June
20 May - 26 June
Channel 9's The Voice Australia Naomi Price joins an incredibly eclectic cast for a brand new Australian take on Shakespeare's Richard the III.
21 May - 11 June
With gorgeous autumn weather, now is the perfect time to go exploring. Spend time in nature's playground either under a waterfall or on the waters of Moreton Bay, climb to the peak of a mountain, or go hiking near the city centre – it's all possible in Brisbane.
Step after step, hour after hour – climbing a mountain is no easy feat, but when you reach the summit the gain makes the pain all worthwhile.
Chasing adventure but don’t want to travel far? You’ll be surprised and delighted by how many bush walking and hiking trails fall within a 30 minute drive of the city.
Visitors fly from around the world in search of islands as idyllic as those on Brisbane’s coastline. With paradise at your doorstep, what are you waiting for?
Whether you've got a food intolerance or embrace the vegetarian or vegan life, there's no excuse not to pay a visit to one of these restaurants for some seriously good nosh.
Anyone can throw a garden salad on the menu and claim they have vegetarian options, but these CBD restaurants have gone the extra mile.
Does the sight of a slice of bread just about tear you in two? We feel your pain. Treat yourself and save your belly with our list of Brisbane’s best gluten-free offerings.
From butternut pumpkin and sage spaghetti to Matcha Made in Heaven doughnuts, Brisbane has vegan breakfasts, lunches, dinners and desserts galore.
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