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.
Engage with performance through APT8 Live — an ongoing program of artist performances, projects, workshops and talks.
Explore Brisbane’s laneways with Weaving Our Heritage at BrisAsia Festival 2016. A street art installation on show in Eagle Lane, Brisbane City from 7-21 February. 24-hour accessible.
Parkrun is a free, weekly 5km timed event for runners and walkers of all standards and it takes place every Saturday morning at South Bank’s Riverside Green.
The might of Medieval Europe will storm the walls of Queensland Museum in an exclusive exhibition from the British Museum, Medieval Power: Symbols and Splendour.
11 December – 10 April 2016
Following its triumphant season in London’s West End, the acclaimed revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s record-breaking musical CATS comes to Australia for a strictly limited season.
Source the freshest for your weekly fruit & veg shop, grab a coffee and browse locally made goods, vintage clothing and wares while taking in the unique West End community vibe.
The 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art will feature emerging and established artists, filmmakers and performers, and will reflect the vigour of new and expanding creative centres throughout Asia and the Pacific.
21 November - 10 April 2016
Appreciate world-class art, music and history at South Bank's cultural precinct. Step back in time at the Queensland Museum's exhibit Medieval Power, check out QAGOMA's 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT8) or be entertained by one of QPAC's must-see musicals.
The world’s largest exhibition of art from Australia, Asia and the Pacific appears just once every three years. Here are seven reasons why you mustn’t miss APT8.
Visit Brisbane sat down with Naomi Speakman, the British Museum's curator of late Medieval Europe, to discuss her highlights from the Medieval Power: Symbols and Splendour exhibition on now at the Queensland Museum.
Whether you are an opera, classical music, ballet or musical lover, Brisbane’s theatre events calendar will be sure to offer a performance that suits all tastes.
Brisbane's regions have so much to offer visitors from flowing waterfalls, expansive lakes and cooling waterholes, to hiking trails and pristine beaches. Take the leap and explore more of your own backyard this year.
The Brisbane region is teeming with cascading waterfalls, expansive lakes and trickling waterholes. Discover your next adventure.
From heritage-listed rainforests to sand islands and bushland – discover a new national park to horse-ride, fish, bushwalk or cycle around Brisbane.
That pile of washing can wait for Monday. Make the most of your free time and spend two days exploring our scenic mountains, expansive lakes, lush rainforest, sandy beaches, nearby islands, wineries, breweries, farms and towns.