Things To Do
Few other suburbs can match Kangaroo Point for its views and natural beauty. Standing atop the ancient cliffs, the unmasked views of the river, city attractions and mountains show Brisbane at its best. Woolloongabba is said to mean meeting place in Aboriginal dialect and it has been a gathering point for sports lovers. The Gabba is part of cricketing folklore as the scene of some magnificent performances and the famous tied Test in 1960. Woolloongabba is also known for its reputation as Brisbane’s antique precinct and has bargain hunters and furniture enthusiasts flocking to its stores on weekends.
Perched along Stanley Street East next door to Foxy Bean in Woolloongabba, The Catbird Seat Bistro serves up a hearty menu of modern Australian cuisine inspired by French, Nordic and Scandinavian flavours.
Moose and Gibson is the perfect place to cure the morning grumbles with coffee and an all-day breakfast menu.
The Bride’s Market is a wonderful new way for brides to plan their special day and for vendors to showcase their work in a beautiful, creative retail space.
Join The Cliffs Cafe to enjoy a stunning vantage point of the Riverfire fireworks and aerial display.
The Morrison Hotel is excited to host its first ever craft beer, boutique wine and whisky festival.
Don't miss out on the action at all the home games for the Brisbane Lions 2014 season.
Until 24 August
Coupled with fantastic food, boutique beer and ciders and a great wine selection, Foxy Bean's music nights are a great idea this weekend.
From antique emporiums and collectives to small vintage shops and markets, Brisbane's antique and vintage scene is a bargain-hunter's delight.
Perfectly positioned as a cheeky classic on the Brisbane cafe scene, The Pearl is heavy on nostalgia.
Since 1972, the Brisbane Jazz Club has been a key fixture in Brisbane's live-music scene.
The Canvas Cocktail and Wine Bar is hidden in the thriving precinct of Logan Rd, Woolloongabba, adding to the mix of wining and dining options.
Mitoki translates to "beautiful time" – and that's exactly what you're guaranteed to have if you dine at Mitoki Japanese Modern Tapas.
One of Brisbane's largest and funkiest antique centres.
Before cheering on your favourite cricket or AFL team at The Gabba, enjoy a pint of beer and a meal pre- or post-game in Woolloongabba.
Brown Dog Cafe delivers great coffee and a fun atmosphere.
For breathtaking views and Brisbane icons, Kangaroo Point and Woolloongabba form one of Brisbane's much-loved precincts for eating and drinking.