On your marks, get set, go! Brisbane will be buzzing with things to do, special events, Festival 2018 and more when the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games kick off in our neighbouring city.
For those basing themselves in Brisbane before, during and after the Games we've rounded up our best ideas to keep you busy from 4-15 April.
There is plenty to do around Brisbane during the Commonwealth Games, so sit down, read on and prepare to be a winner.
Get set for street performers, interactive art displays, theatre, music and more telling the stories of Brisbane from 4-15 April.
Intending to attend the Games? Click through to Translink to find up-to-date travel information and plan your journey.
Brisbane City will come alive on Saturday, 28 April to celebrate the joys and festivities of Eastern culture. Free food, stalls, entertainment and much more.
Beers, bites, bands and a bangin’ good time. For the fifth year, Stones Corner festival returns.
From 10-27 May 2018, the nooks and crannies of Brisbane will explode with performances anywhere you don't expect it. Theatre, comedy, opera, dance.
Part game. Part cabaret. All glamour. Immerse yourself in a musical cabaret experience combining an easy , fun, social deduction game and a truly fabulous show.
Join us for a stunning evening of style and entertainment at Brisbane's beautiful historic Commissariat Store Museum with Noel Coward's Private Lives as part of the 2018 Anywhere Theatre Festival.
Myriad is a landmark tech and innovation event based in Queensland.
Join us for a stunning evening of style and entertainment at Brisbane's beautiful historic Newstead House with Noel Coward's Private Lives as part of the 2018 Anywhere Theatre Festival.
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.
Come to the Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF) 2018 and "Rethink the future" as we explore how we can all reduce, reuse and recycle to create a healthier world.
Re-enactors, musicians and street performers from across Australia join in a dynamic display of life, pageantry and the drama of medieval Europe.