This Weekend Jan 29-31

From speakeasy cabaret and sea monsters to new 2-storey plant warehouses & wine bar bottle shops, some of the top things to do this weekend around Brisbane:

WHAT'S ON
Thrilling circus, kick-ass beats, sassy burlesque and piercing comedy collide in this fun-filled variety night
Code Breakers: Women in Games is a new exhibition celebrating the achievements of women in the gaming sector
Come face to face with some of the world’s largest reptiles to ever roam the ocean waters
MUST DO COMING UP
Underground Opera is back in Brisbane's historic 'underground opera house' after a 12 month hiatus
Get a traditional taste of Polynesian culture and food at this festival style celebration
A fabulous showcase of the best wedding venues the Sunshine Coast Hinterland region has to offer
WHAT WE LOVED THIS WEEK
Medley KP commands a prime riverfront position at Kangaroo Point, nestled in the exclusive history-laden Yungaba enclave
This quirky antique and collectables store is named after Scotland Yard's collection of crime artefacts and exhibits
WHAT'S NEW
Embark on an enriching & luxurious family adventure with JW Marriott Gold Coast Resort & Spa
A boutique wine bar and bottle shop where you can take away or wine-in with some delicious grazing plates
This chic and charming cafe is perched on the end of Windsor's heritage-listed 1920's shopping strip Colwill Place
This hidden gem in Woolloongabba is a must visit for plant lovers and coffee aficionados alike
Brisbane's favourite salad bar has just opened its fourth location in the east side suburb of Hawthorne
UNIQUE & INTERESTING WALKS
Deception Bay Heritage Trail is a fascinating and scenic 4 km waterfront walk that combines nature and history in one
This unique sea walk is strictly a low tide affair, when a sand causeway between tiny mangrove encircled King Island
Blackstone Castle was the name locals gave to the palatial 49-room mansion Brynhyfryd that once stood atop Blackstone Hill. Built by Welshman Lewis Thomas in 1891 the mansion had its own passenger lift, electric lights, servants quarters and there was a live-in chauffeur. Lewis Thomas died in 1913 and his wife in 1930. After her death the mansion was bought by Rylance Collieries and over time dismantled. While the house was still standing, people said they could see the ghosts of Mr Thomas and his wife standing in the windows. Today you can walk through the reserve, where all that remains is a brick staircase and some walls of the dairy

Top Things To Do In Brisbane This Week

Eatons Hill Hotel’s Brisbane Beer Festival returns for its 8th annual event
This Australian opera cabaret kicks off Opera Queensland’s 2021 season
A unique and fun celebration of International Women's Day
One of Brisbane's biggest and favourite wedding expos is back
This is cabaret as you’ve never seen it before!
Surfers Paradise is transformed into a captivating beachfront gallery
Transport yourself to France and experience that Gallic ‘joie de vivre
The 2018 smash hit comedy play returns to Brisbane for a limited season
Putt Putt is being transformed into an enchanted Candyland

Road Trip to Currumbin Valley

A road trip to this hidden jewel in the Gold Coast Hinterland is the quintessential country drive
Road Trip Through Currumbin Valley

Gnocchi Gnocchi Bros

Australia's first gnoccheria, Gnocchi Gnocchi Brothers, brings a traditional slice of Italy to James Street
Gnocchi Gnocchi Brothers - Mar 1-7, 2021
The best kind of beach visit is a magic one
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