Things To Do
Popular seaside towns dot the coastline north and south of the Brisbane River mouth. To the north, Sandgate, Brighton and Shorncliffe are buzzing suburbs with charming beaches, cute cafes, hip bars, historic architecture and the iconic Shonrcliffe Pier to explore. To the south, Wynnum features a tidal wading pool and waterpark for children, and Manly is home to the southern hemisphere's largest marina, which is filled with magnificent yachts.
The bayside stretch made up of Shorncliffe, Sandgate and Brighton on Brisbane’s northside, a 25-minute drive from the CBD, has the seaside village thing down pat.
Combine seafood, shopping and seaside activities and you have yourself an exciting, jam-packed weekend in Brisbane’s southern bayside.
Brisbane's bayside suburbs of Sandgate, Brighton, Shorncliffe, Wynnum and Manly are a recreational playground that are also rich in dining venues.
New live music every Saturday night from 7.00pm - 10.30pm at Aspley Central Tavern! Specials and promotions all evening.
Bluewater Festival provides the absolute best waterfront views for the official start of Australia’s second biggest yacht race ‘The Brisbane to Gladstone’. It’s known to
Grab your mouse ears and get ready to party because Disney On Ice celebrates Mickey and Friends is skating into Australia and arriving in Brisbane
This is The Wizard of Oz like you've never seen it before! The world's most beloved movie-musical comes to life on the arena stage.
The Bloody Long Walk is a 35 kilometre challenge owned and operated by the Mito Foundation. Walk, jog or run and enjoy spectacular scenery
In this workshop, you will understand and apply the theory of colour.
This workshop is perfect for beginners and for people who like to paint
Everyones favourite event is now better than ever. A field of 120+ riders will pilot the most weird, wonderful and woefully unsuitable motorcycles on the
Steve Martin and Martin Short will bring their critically acclaimed comedy tour Now You See Them, Soon You Won’t for the first time to Australian