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Fortitude Valley is a contradiction in itself – raw, yet sophisticated. It is where elegance and style meet grungy and offbeat, and heritage-listed properties proudly stand among contemporary buildings. The Valley, as it is affectionately known, was Australia’s first dedicated entertainment district and continues to be a hive of activity. Live music thrives and international DJs are drawn to the clubs and chic bars. The impressive Chinatown Mall is a hub of exotic Chinese supermarkets and restaurants. The Emporium complex channels a European village feel, James St showcases Australian fashion labels and Brunswick St is home to multicultural dining options.
From the cranking of a coffee grinder to the final closing doors of nightclubs – Fortitude Valley is the suburb that never sleeps.
Home to some of Brisbane’s best boutique shopping, the Valley is a hive of local, independent stores filled with unique finds. Stop by to pick up your new favourite thing.
With every twist and turn through Brisbane's inner-city suburb of Fortitude Valley you'll discover something new. If you're limited on time, take cues from our guide to 48 hours in the valley.
From cocktails with dinner to BYO restaurants, refined fine dining to cheap and quick in Chinatown – Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley has the full spectrum when it comes to dining.
Brisbane's Fortitude Valley comes alive after dark with live music, bars, clubs and restaurants on every block - deciding where to go is the hard part.
These are casual dining establishments where the drinks flow and it’s not uncommon to have cocktails pre, during and post-dinner.
Fortitude Valley might be better known for its nightlife, but in the not-so-wee hours of the morning a new culture of coffee and breakfast is creeping in.
With almost 300 days of sunshine every year, rooftop bars make the most of Brisbane's never-ending summer. Raise your glasses to drinking sky high!
Don’t let your friends or date down, read on to find Brisbane’s award-winning bars, bars we love and those that are well-tried and tested.
Brunch, Booze and Beats.
Finally in Brisbane, drawing inspiration from the Brunch Party trend already huge in cities like New York City,
Have ewe herd? Sheepoll's Opinion Trivia is in Fortitude Valley at Beirne Lane!
What's Opinion Trivia? It's kinda like pub trivia, but there are no
Social enterprise and artist:
Happy Paws Happy Hearts + Donna Marcus
Hummingbird House + Maryann Talia Pau and Ranu James
Inala Wangarra + Robert Andrew
Ceramic artist, Helen Earl, has created a garden of intricately detailed porcelain flowers that represent the changing landscape of the Adderton site and flowers of
Meet four women of mercy whose fascinating lives impacted greatly on the Sisters of Mercy stories and ministry in Queensland. Their stories are told beautifully
Fabulous Brisbane artist Rachel Burke has kick-started Wonderwall by creating thousand of pom-poms (thanks Rachel!).
After exploring the thought provoking exhibitions throughout Adderton, visitors can
Since its inception in 1987 at Anglican Church Grammar School, 'the churchie' has sought to identify and profile emerging contemporary artists from across Australia.
Tiny Art, Big Impact! These exhibitions feature small artworks created by Flying Arts artists Rebecca Lewis, Janet Ambrose, Jacqueline Sanderson and Jan Ward from all