Eat and Drink
Things To Do
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.
Join us at Byblos Bar every Sunday afternoon this March and kick back with the two most delicious things known to man, Byblos cocktails and Messina gelato.
Round up your mates… because Blokes’ Day Out is coming to Doomben Racecourse! Oh, and of course ladies are welcome!
After the success of the Society Summer Series, the Autumn Series is here bigger and better!
Q&A and dinner with one of Australia's most exciting and controversial cricketers.
Join the Bananas In Pyjamas, Hoot and Hootabelle, Shaun the Sheep and dirtgirlworld at the Starlight Family Raceday.
The Channel Seven Brisbane Racing Carnival is back with Queensland’s swankiest food, fashion, racing and entertainment.
The MAYO Arts Festival is a vibrant and inspiring two day arts spectacular. The 2018 event will be held on Friday 25 May and Saturday 26 May.