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Flowering Poinciana trees line the streets against a backdrop of charming old homes and provide an idyllic setting for sophistication and fun. Racecourse Rd is the spine of the area, and is home to fine restaurants, chic cafes and boutiques. On race days, it is a promenade for the fashion-conscious and traditional racegoers. Towards the river, Portside Wharf Cruise Terminal sits among trendy riverside apartments, and boasts modern, world-class restaurants serving gourmet delights, designer fashion, weekend markets and an art-house cinema.
Ascot and Hamilton are the classic story of old meets new. Check out our guide of things to do in these beautiful suburbs.
Eat Street is a feast in every sense – the sights, smells, tastes and sounds come to life in this container food village every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night.
If you’re stopping over in Brisbane for the weekend, the 'burbs are the places to visit when staying in town.
Live music every Friday night upstairs in the H Lounge.
The Professional Women’s Network event series was established as a platform for women to empower each other to succeed. It is a place where Brisbane professional women can connect and network, be inspired by guest speakers and build and develop new business relationships. Alison Quinn, Chief Executive Officer – Retire Australia, is the guest speaker for the third breakfast event for 2018. Alison is one of Australia’s most experienced property executives with an extensive track record of success.
Alison has extensive development and investment experience in the seniors housing, property and constructions sector. A proud St Margaret’s Old Girl, Alison holds a degree in Commerce from The University of Queensland, and is currently the National President of the Retirement Living Council.
Presented By St Margaret's.
Clint Boge (The Butterfly Effect) hits the Hamilton Hotel for a night of amazing acoustics.
The Screaming Jets proudly announce a national tour with rock contemporaries and special guests, Boom Crash Opera.
These two Australian Radio favourites team up to deliver a powerhouse of high rotation hits in what is sure to be one of the rock events of the year! 2017 was a huge year for The Screaming Jets with two solo laps of the country off the back of their “Chrome” album success, culminating in the They Who Rock tour with the Baby Animals. With 12 sold out shows across the country, punters proved that radio rock is still alive and proud in this country.
Boom Crash Opera’s list of hits kick off in the late 1980’s with ‘Onion Skin’, ‘Dancing in The Storm’, ‘Great Wall’, ‘Hands Up In The Air’, ‘Get Out Of The House’, ‘The Best Thing’, ‘Gimme’, ‘Bettadaze’ and ‘Talk About It’. Boom Crash Opera’s bankable discography is a real treasure trove of greatness and It isn’t until you see this band that you realize how many great songs they have in the armoury.
MiRunners, the company making thoroughbred racehorse ownership affordable and easy for everyone, is holding a special event for prospective new owners at Brisbane-based racehorse trainer Tony Gollan’s stables.
Mulit-paltinum-selling Internatinal Reggae band Big Mountain direct from the USA to Brisbane.
After two sell out seasons, The Spring Series is back with a glitzy new bevvy for you to indulge and delight... Rosé Edition presented by Chandon!
Mental As Anything are back touring Australia and are stopping in that the Hamilton Hotel this September.
It's sure to be one hell of a hoedown! After four previous sell-out years, this rowdy event is back and expanding to include bootscootin' fun for the entire weekend.
Gather your hobbit friends and experience your favourite movie like never before.