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Things To Do
New Farm encourages an outdoor lifestyle, with tree-lined streets and unique spaces such as Brisbane Powerhouse and the heart of the suburb, New Farm Park. The park attracts visitors from near and far with its perfect riverside picnic spots, cycling loops and tree house-style adventure playground. Teneriffe, once a farming area and industrial and commercial hub, has undergone an urban resurgence. Apartments have sprung up and trendy restaurants, cafes and boutiques have followed.
Following the river's bend from Teneriffe you will discover greater Newstead which is bursting with restaurants, bars and green space for the whole family to enjoy including the iconic Newstead House.
Suburban New Farm, Newstead, and Teneriffe strike the wonderful balance between waterfront luxury and beauty, leafy greenery and big parks, and local drinking and dining fun.
Expect nothing less than chic dining in laid-back settings from the cafes, restaurants and bars lining the suburban streets of New Farm and Teneriffe.
Art can feel pretty inaccessible sometimes. This guide to the galleries of Fortitude Valley and New Farm is here to help you get your culture on.
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
Presented by Brisbane Powerhouse.
Brisbane Powerhouse’s free comedy event may have moved days and the name (back to the original),
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
Social enterprise and artist:
Happy Paws Happy Hearts + Donna Marcus
Hummingbird House + Maryann Talia Pau and Ranu James
Inala Wangarra + Robert Andrew
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
Join their guides as they introduce you to the inspiring story of Catherine McAuley, foundress of the Sisters of Mercy, and the work of the
Artist Stephen Gallagher creates artwork that celebrates the deep love and care people have for other creatures, particularly the dog.
Daniel McKewen presents a temporary public artwork, to be projected on the façade of the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts.
'Field of Vision' presents new works which engage with the horizon as a starting point, and a metaphor, for discussing the human condition.