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West End has a quirky, local characteristic described as a fusion of cultures and mix of alternative and vintage. The shops, restaurants and lively lifestyle reflect this inner-city suburb’s eclectic charm. Stroll through the weekend markets, where aspiring designers peddle their wares among organic grocers, cosy bars and coffee houses. If you like to keep track of your food’s carbon footprint, West End is the place to feed your hunger for organic produce, drinks and cocktails. The music scene is pumping – West End’s bars and clubs have been pulsating since the early days of the Saints, the Go-Betweens and the Bee Gees.
West End is an unapologetic inner-city suburb rich with history and culture. Discover all the weird and wonderful things to do in this alternative inner-city village.
Boundary St is the pulsing hub of the suburb, with its high concentration of bars, pubs and cafes.
With Greek roots, a fusion of trendy bar culture and a lively dining lifestyle give the inner-city suburb of West End its own special charm.
Kids Collective is a free program held every Thursday from 9am to 1pm in South Bank Parklands, suitable for kids aged up to five.
Here is your chance to have a fun, social outing at the end of which you can take home your self-made masterpiece! No experience is
Self-guided painting session, suitable for beginners to prolific painters.
Sessions are on Wednesdays from 10am to 1pm until the end of August 2019
In this hands-on photography tour, you'll learn to take great photos in some of Brisbane's most photogenic spots.
Enjoy hidden gems with a local artist
Ease into the weekend with scrumptious eats and free live music at The Sound Society, South Bank Parklands.
Fresh to the Brisbane scene, The Sound
Experience the Salt Meats Cheese infamous flaming cheese wheel experience.
Every Wednesday night they offer their risotto cheese wheel demonstration made with three amazing flavours
Meet me at the Paragon explores how the creation of American-style cafes enabled Greek migrants of the early to mid-1900s to carve out a new
The Medibank Feel Good Program is a series of free fitness classes held in South Bank Parklands.
Jarjum Stories is a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children’s books and storytelling. Jarjum [pronounced jah-jum] means children.
Spoken: celebrating Queensland languages is a free thought-provoking exhibition about the survival and revival of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages.
Over 125 Queensland languages