As the capital of the Sunshine State we are blessed with idyllic subtropical weather all year round. With award-winning food and wine, a jam-packed events calendar, adventurous activities, scenic weekend getaways and plenty to explore all over the city, there's always something to do. Are you ready?
Do you really know Brisbane? We’ve gathered the best, the more euphoric, the must do experiences everyone needs to have in and around the River City.
Spring is here and Brisbane is brimming with a packed calendar that will keep you entertained. Discover our 30 best spring ideas.
2018 is delivering a mammoth line-up of world-class art exhibitions, sporting matches, live theatre, immersive festivals and more.
Queensland’s long-running and much-loved Brisbane International Film Festival (BIFF) is now under the remit of Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA).
Australia's largest gathering of performers, the Woodford Folk Festival is held every year between 27 December and 1 January at a dedicated 500-acre site known as Woodfordia, one hour's drive north of Brisbane.
Get ready to shake your groove thing as Australia’s most successful homegrown musical Priscilla Queen of the Desert rocks in to Adelaide in August 2018.
This November, Italy's celebrated Teatro all Scala Ballet Company (La Scala Ballet) performs for the first time in Australia - and only in Brisbane - as part of the QPAC International Series.
Watch the Caltex Socceroos take on Korea Republic in their first home game since Graham Arnold was appointed new Head Coach.
The hugely ambitious APT series returns to QAGOMA this summer, bringing significant art from across the Asia Pacific to Brisbane. Overflowing with colour and life, this free contemporary art exhibition presents a unique mix of creativity and cross-cultural insight.
Welcome the holiday season with this beloved and magical Christmas tale.
Brisbane International presented by Suncorp has established itself as a highlight of Queensland's summer events calendar. Queensland tennis fans experience first-hand, the excitement as some
The Australian Youth Water Polo Championships will be held in Brisbane in 2019 and is a national competition for players aged 12 and under to 18 and under.
The Brisbane Cycling Festival rolls into the city during 2019 with a series of events set to lure cycling fans plus professional and amateur riders alike.
Major cultural attractions, world class arts and entertainment facilities and impressive natural wonders combine to make Brisbane an exciting destination.
Whether you’re here to drink or dine, are a foodie or newbie, Brisbane’s hip restaurants, cafes and bars will satisfy.
Brisbane is a city for the senses; walking under impossibly blue skies around this foot-friendly city find opportunities to eat, drink, shop, play and stay.
Make the most of your 24 hours here. Take your pick from an adventure-packed day, see the tourist sights, or indulge in a foodie experience.
Each suburb is a hub of activity with its own distinct vibe, unique personality and seemingly endless offering of things to see and do.
A beach in the inner-city, parks and a river made for exploring, an interactive museum and science centre, and child-friendly art gallery – family fun guaranteed!