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The rolling and leafy hills of Paddington, Rosalie and nearby Red Hill are speckled with quaint cottages turned enticing shopfronts, restaurants spilling out onto the footpath, traditional tin and timber houses, and renovated Queenslander homes. Visitors will love browsing for quirky keepsakes, vintage and designer fashion, antique and second-hand treasures, retro goods, homewares, and artwork. Rosalie Village is a pocket of streets tucked behind Paddington, featuring a great range of international cuisines and a gourmet market. Find a map of Paddington here.
Paddington is the place to be for boutique shopping, after-work drinks, or a lazy weekend breakfast. Tick these 33 things off your Paddington to-do list.
Just outside the heart of the city, Paddington is a destination for locals looking to dine, shop and explore its cottage-lined streets.
Expect to find cafes, restaurants and bars cooking up a feast from within quaint and historic structures in Paddington and Rosalie.
Join artist Belinda Scott for her solo art exhibition – featuring 45 original works – abstract, still life & pop.
For any art enthusiasts in the Brisbane area at the end of June, I am thrilled to invite you to my solo art exhibition at the Percolator Gallery, Paddington.
Paintings inspired by the walks around Mount Coot-Tha National Park and Botanical Gardens from the finalist in the Rotary Art Prize 2018 and finalist in the Stanthorpe Art Prize 2018.
Join well-known sports satirist Denis Carnahan for an evening of footy-fueled humour as he tackles the big topics in rugby league.