If you’re heading to QPAC to see a show, or GOMA or the Queensland Museum for a special "up late" event, or even to BCEC for a concert, there are some fantastic pre-show dinner options on offer at South Bank to suit every taste.
Sometimes, you just need to let the kids run wild and that’s where the South Bank Parklands come in handy! The huge expanse of parks, playgrounds, and place to explore are your chance to set the little ones free in an open space. It’s time to make some noise.
Three words: no grown-ups allowed. South Bank’s clubhouse of delish kids’ menus have been specially designed for your little one’s tastebuds – and your peace of mind.
Make the most of your weekends with these South Bank family brunch spots.
Gather the gang and keep on eye on this handy guide – ‘cause we know there’s always someone in the group who’s got one particular question on her mind.
The minds of our kids can soak up incredible amounts of information. Bring the little ones down to South Bank for learning experiences at these hands-on spots.
See the park from a new angle, and keep the whole family amused with this list of items to find and activities to try throughout the Parklands.
Been visiting South Bank as long as you can remember? The Parklands are just spring chickens compared to some of the ancient species of plants and animals that now call South Bank home.
Cure your wanderlust with a wander through South Bank’s very own "eat streets" – Little Stanley Street and Grey Street.
South Bank is home to some quite unusual flowers, fruits and plants.