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Free city tours celebrate 4 years of success

They usually operate alone, but last week 75 of the 200-strong team of Brisbane Greeters together celebrated the program’s four years of success.

Escape the grind in Boggo Road Gaol

Gather your friends and take part in the great Escape Hunt held at the historical Boggo Road Gaol.

Brisbane's Gresham bar named best in Australia

Brisbane’s favourite bar, The Gresham, has been named Bar of the Year in this year’s Australian Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Awards.

A new journey of discovery on offer at Wynnum-Manly

Wynnum-Manly’s indigenous culture and stories will be unlocked with free bayside walking tours run by the Brisbane Greeters.

International arrivals treated to significant indigenous art installation

International guests will now be greeted by one of Australia’s most significant Aboriginal art installations as they arrive at Brisbane Airport.

Lonely Planet names Queensland’s Great Barrier Reef as No.2 top world sight to visit

The Great Barrier Reef has been ranked No.2 sight in the world by Lonely Planet. Explore the reef with trips from Brisbane.

Australia’s fluffiest supermodel steals the spotlight

The world has a new supermodel and she hails from greater Brisbane – Australia Zoo to be precise. And like other great stars, she goes by a single name – Chip.

Howard Smith Wharves to get new hotel and parkland

The revitalisation of a prime city riverside eyesore site has moved a step closer to fruition today with the announcement of the successful tender for the Howard Smith Wharves Revitalisation project

Danien Berends: Brisbane Time Lapse

Brisbane local Danien Berends spent three months wandering Brisbane gathering footage to create this amazing time lapse of the city.

Brisbane Heritage Trails

Brisbane has transformed into a modern and vibrant place, but if you look close, you can see the city’s past in its many heritage buildings and historic sites. Take the time to explore Brisbane’s rich history with Brisbane City Council’s self-guided heritage walking trails.