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.
Few neighbourhoods could match the laid-back vibes and picturesque scenery that Kangaroo Point and Woollongabba have to offer.
For breathtaking views and Brisbane icons, Kangaroo Point and Woolloongabba form one of Brisbane's much-loved precincts for eating and drinking.
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.
Catch the Brisbane Heat at their Gabba fortress five times this summer, including their crucial clash with Melbourne Renegades on 27 January, 2018.
Welcome the Lunar Year by treating yourself to a free concert of traditional Chinese pipa music.
Lamine Sonko and The African Intelligence and iconic Sudanese singer Ajak Kwai perform a two-hour show of afro-beat, jazz and funk music.
Prolific Senegalese performer Lamine Sonko & The African Intelligence together with iconic Sudanese singer Ajak Kwai are hitting Australian stages this February.
A rare concert version of this Stephen Sondheim classic with 50-piece orchestra and stellar Brisbane cast.