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.
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.
Feeding a family can be costly, unless you know where to look. Next time you want to take your brood out, save some cash with these cheap (yet yummy!) eats at South Bank.
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.
One of the best views in Australia is right in our midst at South Bank. Make sure you pop by and soak it in.
As the weather warms up, throwing back a cool, refreshing smoothie or two becomes mighty tempting! Read on to find out where you can stock up on the fruity, refreshing, good stuff at South Bank.
South Bank is bursting with amazing secrets - from where the Streets Beach sand comes from to the history of the Arbour, here are eight things you never knew until now.
South Bank is home to Brisbane’s premiere cultural precinct; 17 hectares of riverfront parkland and more than 100 eateries to explore – here’s your guide to seeing the highlights in 48 hours.