Best Things to do in Red Hill

The charming historic inner Brisbane suburb of Red Hill, with its tin-roofed Queenslanders, steep windy streets and sweeping views is well worth checking out for the many hidden gems tucked away in its leafy locale. At its highest point of Waterworks Rd stands St Brigid's church, which was built in 1912, its striking design by Robin Dods inspired by the 15th century French Albi Cathedral.

From chocolate boutiques and bagel bakeries to quaint cafes, book shops, galleries and gorgeous parks, here are some of the best things to do and check out in Red Hill:

Little Red Providore, which occupies a colonial corner store in Red Hill, is a foodie’s haven and a local artisan’s creative hub.
Scrumptious Reads in Red Hill is not only a cute suburban book nook, it’s also an event space and a private dining room.
Nestled in the historic line up of shops opposite the old Red Hill Skate Arena is heavenly little chocolate boutique Couverture & Co
Gramps Café is a cool, corner café housed in an old weather board clad cottage in the leafy suburb of Red Hill
Bula Vinaka is a quaint cafe found at Red Hill Bowls Club serving well-brewed Campos coffee, home baked treats and Fijian fare
Gourmet providore, real foods peddler, new age takeaway or substitute home-baking Gran to the westside's time poor residents – it's hard to put a label on Botanica.
Steam Train Espresso is on the fast track to be a favourite with Red Hill locals and passers-by.
Rome meets Sardinia in Colle Rosso, the classic homey Italian trattoria everyone wishes they had in their neighbourhood.
Red Hill Gallery is one of Brisbane’s most esteemed commercial galleries, which boasts an impressive stable of leading Australian artists
A peaceful family friendly park nestled in a green hollow on the Ithaca Creek bike route, this is especially suited to those with small children and not just because there are no nearby traffic temptations.
Plum Tucker is a charming upstairs-downstairs café with garden courtyard on the corner of the 1920s Terrace House building on Enoggera Tce.
One of Brisbane’s bakery gems is tucked away on this busy intersection, serving up fresh New York bagels, Jewish Challah bread (Fridays), gelato, petits fours, brioche & pies.
This is one of a handful of parks where children and dogs can happily co-exist as they run free under the watchful eye of their owners.
A colourful and basic Lebanese eatery that has been on this bend of Waterworks Road since time immemorial
Take a peek inside the Red Hill Skate Arena before it becomes a movie theatre again as it was in 1920

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