Leave your muesli bars at home, turn your work phone off, and set aside a few hours at these South Bank long-lunch spots for friends, drinks, and far too much food.
Whether you’re a slave to chardonnay or tend to rally around your rosé, why not check out these South Bank spots?
Whether you’re a Brisbane local or a visitor from out of town, this suite of family-friendly activities are must-dos at South Bank.
Introduce your child to the sights, scents and colours of South Bank’s working community edible garden, the Epicurious Garden.
Whether you’re from the northside or southside, a trip to South Bank is a rite of passage for any Brisbanite. But you can’t call yourself a true local until you’ve tried these eight experiences while you’re here.
Brisbane’s warm weather, beautiful surrounds and sunny days make picnicking a must-do family activity. Here’s where to set up your rug and picnic basket at South Bank.
Whether you’re a die-hard vegetarian or you simply enjoy partaking in #MeatFreeMonday, you’ll love this round of vegetarian fare at South Bank.
It’s easy to fall into an unhealthy lunch trap – hot chips are just so good! But these South Bank items aren’t just healthy, they’re also tasty too.
Whether you’re a Brisbane local or visiting from out of town, a trip to South Bank is a must-add to your to-do list. Here’s everything you need to know before, during and after your visit.
If the weekend has arrived and you’re looking for things to do, head to River Quay for a gourmet riverfront picnic. All items are freshly prepared onsite by the River Quay restaurants, so you get to skip out on the washing up too. Heaven! Here’s where to go.