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The City offers a discovery in every direction. Home to over 1000 stores, including the largest range of flagship boutiques in Queensland, it is the state’s premier shopping destination. The Brisbane CBD is also a food and drink lovers paradise, with everything from burger joints and riverside bistros, to laneway bars and hidden cafes, as well as the most Good Food Guide-awarded venues in Queensland! Besides shopping and eating there’s The City Sounds free music program, countless events, a cinema, a casino, parks, galleries, performance spaces and even a bowling alley.
What The Teacher Wears proves you really can still rock the trends in the cooler months. From the desk, to drinks with the girls - check out her winter looks for any occasion.
With historic arcades, quirky boutiques and bustling shopping centres, Brisbane City is Queensland's premier shopping destination.
Brisbane's What The Teacher Wears explored the Brisbane City stores to discover what trends are taking over the racks this autumn/winter season.
A month-long celebration showcasing the best restaurants, cafes, bars and producers the state has to offer.
The Riverside Markets have moved to the beautiful surrounds of the City Botanic Gardens.
Home to some of the most influential Australian bands and artists of the past 40 years, there’s no doubt Brisbane has developed a distinct music DNA.
Located in the iconic King George Square, Winter Festival Brisbane will offer a open-air ice-skating with traditional European culinary delights and captivating entertainment for the whole family from 17 June to 10 July.
Held in King George Square, support local indie artisans at Brisbane’s most iconic destination for everything handmade.
Featuring new work by Facing Australia, experience intimate and untold stories from the First World War that reveal the daily reality and emotional impact on the loved ones left behind in Brisbane.
Botero dishes up mouth-watering fare and freshly roasted coffee in a stunning, three-storey, heritage-listed building on Adelaide St.
Tucked away on the edge of Gresham Lane branching off Queen Street, The Gresham Bar is a whisky and bourbon saloon oozing old-world charm with an eccentric touch.