Best Things To Do In Salisbury
Salisbury, the old Brisbane industrial suburb of wartime factories and tiny timber workers cottages adjoining Toohey Forest is becoming Brisbane’s newest secret hub of cool, especially in the Ammunition Factory precinct.
In this historic industrial zone, where the weapons and artillery of Australia’s World War II effort were manufactured under cover, the quaint back streets with names like Chrome and Machinery Drive, are quietly coming to life again. Here, old wartime factories and sheds are being converted into funky cafes, a microbrewery and vintage shopping haunts.
Add to this some very affordable post-war worker's cottages and ex-military housing estates and a stunning forest reserve with walking tracks and city views and the proximity to the CBD and Griffith University and it's easy to see why Salisbury is being discovered.
Here are 15 of the best things to do in this unique southside suburb:
Apples on Ainsworth - courtesy of Apples on Ainsworth Instagram.
The Taste Deli & Grocery - courtesy of The Taste Deli & Grocery Facebook page
The Renovator's Barn - courtesy of The Renovator's Barn Facebook page