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Things to do
Immerse yourself in good food, great nightlife and premier live sport at Caxton Street and The Barracks. Exuding an energetic vibe under the imposing shadow of Suncorp Stadium, Caxton Street is alive most weekends as hundreds of footy fans converge on the strip. The Barracks (a former city jail, police station and army barracks) has become a landmark dining, shopping and entertainment hub, integrating heritage-listed buildings and architecture.
Looking for things to do at Caxton Street and the Barracks? From a fun night out and impressive dining options to good clean daytime fun, this inner-city hive of entertainment will hit the spot!
Your experience of the hottest on-field action at Suncorp would not be complete without some pre and post game celebrations.
Caxton Street and the Barracks is alive with buzzing bars, casual eateries, fine dining, entertainment and a beautiful boutique hotel - you've got 24 hours to do it all, Go!
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Watch the Caltex Socceroos take on Korea Republic in their first home game since Graham Arnold was appointed new Head Coach.
Join Brisbane Roar FC at Suncorp Stadium on November 24th for Female Football Round as they take on Melbourne City FC. This sees their second
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Be there to witness history in the biggest all-Australian fight of all time as former world champions Jeff Horn and Anthony Mundine slug it out
Come see your Brisbane Roar take on the 2017/18 Hyundai A-League Champions, Melbourne Victory. This is the first time we will see Japanese football legend
Coming to the football isn’t just about the game-changing tackles, unbelievable goals and remarkable saves, it’s about you and the friends and families that come