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.
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15 July – 31 December at the Museum of Brisbane
BIGSOUND FESTIVAL takes over Fortitude Valley's famous live music precinct for three nights, showcasing 160 acts across 16 stages.
Brisbane Festival 2016 featuring a thrilling program of theatre, music, dance, circus, opera, the return of Arcadia, and finalising with the Sunsuper Riverfire.
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
The dinosaurs have returned! Back by popular demand, Dinosaur Discovery: Lost Creatures of the Cretaceous, featuring more than 20 animated, life-size dinosaur models, is on at the Queensland Museum.
Until 9 October
Step into Old Government House and enter the opulent 1920s world of the Honourable Miss Phryne Fisher and her crime-fighting associates.
15 July – 4 September
Redcliffe Festival boasts free and ticketed family-friendly events, a stunning array of musical entertainment, the largest fireworks display in the Moreton Bay region, and the Kids Ultimate Weekend at KiteFest 2016, all held across multiple sites along the Redcliffe Peninsula.
Hailed by audiences and critics for its entrancing choreography and stunning beauty, France’s Ballet Preljocaj’s contemporary retelling of Snow White prepares to make its Australian debut as the next instalment of the QPAC International Series.
With gorgeous winter weather, now is the perfect time to go exploring the world's second largest sand island – North Stradbroke. Spend time in nature's playground by watching the great humpback whales frolic in the waters of Moreton Bay, enjoy the scenery along the North Gorge Walk, or pitch a tent by the beach.
North Stradbroke, Straddie, Minjerribah. Here’s our comprehensive list of things to do to make the most of your trip to this laid-back paradise.
North Stradbroke Island, one of the world’s largest sand islands and the perfect holiday getaway, can be found just 30 km from Brisbane.
Get up close and personal with majestic humpback whales as they pass by the South East Queensland coast to the warm, tropical waters of Queensland.
We all get a food craving that hits once in a while. Tick off all 63 items on Brisbane's ultimate food bucket list, bring your favourite drop to Brisbane's best BYO restaurants, or keep it healthy with our best clean eats. You're welcome.
These modern classics are the best of the best – the dishes a venue can't take off its menu without an uproar. Try and finish all 63, we dare you.
Whether you savour the task of delicately matching wines with cuisines, need a cheaper alternative without compromising your booze, or like to be the master of your own dining destiny, you’ll find what you’re looking for at these Brissy restaurants.
Gluten-free, dairy-free, refined sugar-free, but certainly not flavour-free – these Brisbane restaurants and cafes serve up mean clean eats, sans processed anything.
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