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.
'Cult Japan' celebrates the strange and outrageous in post-war Japanese cinema.
3 July – 2 September 2015
Step inside Brisbane’s oldest and grandest shopping destination to experience a lush floral and greenery wonderland like no other.
Be immersed in the classical masterpiece that is Swan Lake, presented by the awe-inspiring Imperial Russian Ballet.
Keeping the kids entertained just got a whole lot easier thanks to Little Days out, South Bank’s children’s program.
Thursdays and Sundays 9am - 1pm
The story of Australia is told through the art and technology of photography in this major exhibition, 'The Photograph and Australia'.
4 July - 11 October
This September will see Brisbane Festival arrive with an exciting program full of music, theatre, dance, comedy, opera, circus and more.
Are you wondering where to take Dad for Father’s Day? Look no further with the “Boaters & Beers” Father’s day celebrations at Newstead House.
The Young Designers Market feature some of the best of Brisbane’s up and coming designers and artists, held on Little Stanley St at South Bank.
Brisbane has blossomed this spring with an array of exciting events and activities for all to enjoy. Take a scenic drive to explore the surrounding regions or perch yourself at a rooftop bar to absorb the springtime air. Need more ideas? Check out our list of things to do this season.
Spring has sprung in Brisbane - we’ve rounded up the best ways to celebrate the sunshine’s triumphant return from September to November.
Take the road less travelled and explore the hidden pockets of nature and history surrounding Brisbane on one of the many scenic drives in the region.
With almost 300 days of sunshine every year, rooftop bars make the most of Brisbane's never-ending summer. Raise your glasses to drinking sky high!
It's Brisbane's time to shine, with Brisbane Festival kicking off on Saturday 5 September. Prepare for three weeks of music, theatre, dance, comedy, opera and circus. It all ends with a bang on the 26th with Sunsuper Riverfire.
Sunsuper Riverfire is Brisbane's night of nights and is the perfect way to celebrate the final night of three weeks of a mind-blowing Brisbane Festival.
Brisbane Festival is here with an action-packed three-week program covering everything from cabaret and circus to visual arts, talks and experimental theatre.
It’s the finale of Brisbane Festival and boy, does Brisbane put on a show! Here's our top picks for the best vantage points to see the Sunsuper Riverfire.