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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 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.
Plan an overnight stay-cay and explore the hidden laneways in Brisbane City.
Brisbane City is home to heritage-listed spaces that will transport you to a different era.
The alfresco food trail on Sunday 7 October celebrates fresh seafood.
We take our food and drink pretty seriously here.
Know what's happening in The City from local hot spots to new openings.
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Stroll the streets of Brisbane with famous novelist Rosa Caroline Praed (1851 – 1935). She's back in town sharing insights about all things Brisbane's HerStory.
Riverside Markets is a Brisbane CBD weekend farmers market, located in the City Botanic Gardens and the lower block of Albert Street.
Welcome to BRISTOPIA, a Brisbane of your own making!
Enjoy the old-world charm of a Clock Tower tour. Step into the original 1930s hand-operated lift, travel past the Art Deco-styled clock face to arrive at the final, 64 metre high platform for a bird’s-eye view of the city. There is a reason this has been a time-honoured tradition for Brisbane families for almost 90 years.
Welcome to Bristopia, a Brisbane of your own making!
Learn the history, architecture and garden design of these two iconic Brisbane destinations in a winter walking tour of Brisbane City Hall and Roma Street Parkland.
Moreton Bay penal colony was established by the British Government to “…reinstate transportation as an object of real terror to all classes of society”. It succeeded. Life in Irons: Brisbane’s Convict Stories provides a vivid insight into daily life in the settlement using original documents, personal accounts, historical objects and contemporary art, brought to life with immersive new technologies.
Sundays are family days at Museum of Brisbane. Bring your young ones along to enjoy family-themed tours of Life in Irons, activities and interactive exhibitions.