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Discover something cool in every direction – from chic galleries to concept stores, and green parklands to rooftop terraces. Start your day here with specialty coffee and finish with craft cocktails. Lust after new threads at Queensland's premier shopping district, then eat at an award-winning riverfront diner or hidden laneway eatery. Perhaps best of all, Brisbane City is one big stage with more than 1000, mostly free, events held every year. Explore a city as unique as you are.
Note: Please check the event pages or confirm with the organisers that the events are still going ahead before you make plans.
Explore everything from busy shopping streets, through to relaxed gallery strolls, or chic high-end restaurants and laid-back laneway beers.
The CBD is overflowing with incredible new spots to meet for a long lunch, after-work snacks or late-night cocktails. Here's where to eat, drink and party in Brisbane City in 2020.
From picnics and pools to sundowners and staycations – here’s 11 things you can do to keep cool in Brisbane City in the summer months.
Shopping in Brisbane City is a vibrant adventure – with more than 700 stores along the Queen Street Mall.
In Brisbane's CBD, you’ll find high-end international fashion brands filling the storefronts.
Inside the storefronts of the 95-year-old Brisbane Arcade you’ll find small fashion houses and couture designers.
Matcha soft-serve, Asian hot dogs, Japanese barbecue, tea-based cocktails and kawaii desserts. Let's eat!
Brisbane CBD has the highest concentration of awarded fine dining restaurants.
Bar hop your way down Brisbane’s best original back alley, jumping from speakeasies to Spanish tapas bars.
City Aquatics and Health Clubs are offering a free Bootcamp to anyone who wishes to attend on the First Saturday morning of every month. This
Painting in an unapologetically 'South East Queensland' light, Robinson uses colour to infuse his paintings with atmospheric qualities that evoke reverence and meditation
High Rotation will reveal a snapshot of how popular music in Brisbane exploded from the local scene onto national and international stages.
Enjoy the old-world charm of our Clock Tower tours. Step into the original 1930s hand-operated lift, travel past the Art Deco-styled clock face to arrive
Emma Coulter’s installation as part of New Woman transforms the walls of Museum of Brisbane's Dome Gallery into a brightly coloured prism. Through her practice,
Whether you are a local or a tourist to Brisbane, a guided tour provides an opportunity to learn something about the art, architecture and history
Perspectives of Brisbane is a fascinating snapshot of Brisbane’s history, the milestone moments and unique characteristics that have shaped and define our city as the
Get a backstage pass to the High Rotation exhibition, as our Visitor Experience team takes you on a tour of Brisbane’s vibrant music scene over
Enjoy a hands-on learning experience in some of the most photogenic parts of Brisbane.
Bored with playing silly tricks on one another, the revolting and hideous Mr and Mrs Twit turn their attention to capturing and training a family