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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 riverside 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.
The leafy suburbs of Ascot and Hamilton to Brisbane’s north-east are filled with restaurants, cafes and bars for any and every situation.
Celebrate the Festive Season and watch ELF on the merriest and biggest screen in the Southern Hemisphere!
Celebrate the Festive Season and watch Polar Express on the merriest and biggest screen in the Southern Hemisphere! Take a break from the bustling shops
Celebrate the Festive Season and watch How The Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) on the merriest and biggest screen in the Southern Hemisphere!
Celebrate the Festive Season and watch Home Alone on the merriest and biggest screen in the Southern Hemisphere! Take a break from the bustling shops
There is nowhere quite like the track to host your 2019 Christmas party – enjoy all of the fun and entertainment in one location! Come
Brisbane Racing Club invites you to enjoy a great day out to celebrate the end of the year with friends.
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There is no better way to sparkle into 2020 than at Brisbane’s most gorgeous rooftop bar!
Break up the working week with a day full of live racing at the track!
Explore the course, watch the action from the track fence