Best Things to do in Camp Hill

Brisbane's inner eastern suburb of Camp Hill has grown from the 1870's when one of its first settlers made their home atop Whites Hill to a charming sought after place to live, with its funky cafes and eateries, French wine bar, antique centre, bush walks and one of Brisbane's best kids playgrounds.

With a mix of architecture from Queenslanders to art deco cottages and quirky arts and craft homes through to postwar houses, there's something here to suit everyone whilst its proximity to the CBD adds to its popularity.

Here are 20 of the best places in Camp Hill to eat, drink, shop, play and walk:

Walkers have a choice between the 1km Whites Hill circuit or the 2km Sankey’s Mountain circuit, both through open eucalypt forest and both relatively easy grade and suitable for strollers.
The Old Seven is a French-inspired café and wine bar in Camp Hill serving coffee by day, wine by night along with top-notch artisan cheese and charcuterie.
Florence Café is a charming neighbourhood café and deli housed in an historic corner store in Camp Hill
Camp Hill Antique Centre is Brisbane's largest antique centre with more than 65 antique and collectable dealers located under one roof in a refurbished 50's cinema.
Nodo, Brisbane’s favourite gluten-free donut shop and foodie’s café, has opened its third outlet in Camp Hill Marketplace
Hatori Karaage is a tiny bamboo-walled Japanese eatery and bar in Camp Hill, dishing up crispy fried chicken and poke bowls
Martha Street Kitchen is a neighbourhood pizzeria nestled in the middle of Camp Hill’s popular Martha St café precinct
Botanica Real Food, purveyor of sensational salads and gluten-free treats, has opened its third store in Camp Hill
Picnic café brings all day breakfast, lunch, beer and wine in a rustic picnic setting to Camp Hill’s Martha St dining scene.
Tart Café, found inside the Camp Hill Antique Centre, is a gorgeous café with a touch of Hollywood glamour, open daily for breakfast, lunch and sweet treats.
Recently upgraded to enable people of all ages and abilities to play together, this ‘exploration’ playground includes sand and water play
Brisbane's most decadent burger bar, Ze Pickle, has set up shop in Camp Hill’s famed foodie precinct
As an eatery Ashton and Old wears several hats – a great value local bistro dishing up foodie's fare that is either premise made or sourced locally
Tucked in the corner of Camp Hill’s Samuel Village, Pho Inn is where the locals go to get their fill of authentic Vietnamese cuisine
Located in Camp Hill's popular Martha Street cafe precinct is charming coffee nook Blackbird Espresso
With the name Kobe taken from the city in Japan where the top marbled beef is found, Kobe’s of Whites Hill has used this name to brand the wagyu beef it specializes in.
On the site of an old butcher shop in the picturesque Martha St shopping strip is this natty little cafe/catering nook
One of Brisbane’s breakfast and gourmet providore stars sits tucked away in a little shopping plaza

One of Brisbane's best artisan bakery/patisseries has a delicious little outlet in Camp Hill Marketplace

And last but not least, Camp Hill is home to one of Brisbane's longest standing upmarket dining institutions, Cinco Bistro.

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