What's on at South Bank
Explore what’s on at South Bank in September 2021 – fabulous fireworks, captivating theatre, floating art exhibits, live music and more.
Brisbane’s Art Boat installation – ENESS Airship Orchestra photo credit: Ben Weinstein
3 – 25 September
Brisbane Festival presents a city-wide curated multi-arts program of events in September, discover what’s on at South Bank or visit the Brisbane Festival website for the full program.
Sunsuper Riverfire, photo credit: Paul Sickling
The explosive finale of Brisbane Festival returns with a thrilling firework display over the Brisbane River. For more about the display head to Brisbane Festival’s website.
Until 14 November
An exhibition exploring our intrinsic relationship with plants through photography, illustrations, immersive projections and historical objects. Entry to the exhibition is free, no booking required. Visit the State Library of Queensland website for more details.
Ishmael, image by Dean Hanson
30 August – 18 September
In a production by Dead Puppet Society, literary piece Moby Dick is reimagined as a contemporary space saga by melding live film making with live action, miniature sets, puppetry and an original score by indie pop musician Bec Sandridge. Tickets on sale on the QPAC website.
Artwork in image: The Fortune Teller by Georges Delatour c1630s
Until 17 October 2021
A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience works by painters such as Rembrandt, Rubens, Turner, Degar, Renoir, Cézanne, and Monet, direct from The Met’s collection – one of the finest collections of European painting in the world. Book tickets to the exhibition on the QAGOMA website.
Brickman® Wonders of the World exhibit
Until 4 October 2021
LEGO® Certified Professional and LEGO Masters Australia judge, Ryan ‘Brickman’ McNaught brings history’s greatest masterpieces to life including the Great Wall of China, Empire State Building, Taj Mahal and more! Purchase tickets to the exhibition on Queensland Museum's website.
** Please note: restrictions are currently in place in South East Queensland, please head to our Health and Safety article for the latest update.