Museum of Brisbane invites you to step into the storybook that is our city with its new Storytellers Walking Tours
These 5 heritage trails through Brisbane's suburbs reveal their fascinating history
Deception Bay Heritage Trail is a fascinating and scenic 4 km waterfront walk that combines nature and history in one
Underwood to Eagleby is Trail Number 4 in a series of fascinating public art and heritage trails throughout the city of Logan
Logan Central to Kingston is the 3rd self-guided art and heritage trail highlighting historic buildings, vibrant street art and public artworks
Greenbank to Veresdale is the second in a series of public art and heritage trails celebrating the City of Logan’s rich heritage and creative spirit
Residents and visitors alike can explore the City of Logan with a number of self-guided public art and heritage trails to follow.
Look out for the relics of an old Ipswich castle and coal mines on this interesting bush walk or bike trail
Salisbury, a mid-southern suburb of Brisbane has a fascinating history as a World War II ammunition manufacturing zone - join this free guided walk to discover the wartime secrets within its streets.
With Ipswich City Centre having more historical buildings than you can poke a Georgian walking stick at, it’s a great place to explore on foot
Historic suburb Milton may have lost much of its early character but there’s still a fascinating stash of secret historical landmark buildings worth discovering as well as a rare insight into its past on this plaque-indicated heritage trail.
South Brisbane was originally slated to be Brisbane's CBD, with some grand commercial buildings being established on the south side of the river, until the 1893 flood changed all that.
Bulimba, with its sprawling Queenslanders, cute worker's cottages and proximity to the river, parks, cinema, cafes, restaurants and historic school, has in recent decades become one of Brisbane's fashionable and sought after neighbourhoods.
The trip down memory lane has taken on a refreshing new meaning in Brisbane recently, first with the Bulimba Heritage Trail along Oxford St.
The Reminisce in Rosalie Heritage Trail takes walkers on a whimsical trip down memory lane, with street plaques telling the intriguing story of the many historic buildings and sites dotted around the area

Top Things To Do In Brisbane This Week

To commemorate the Paddington Depot tram fire of 1962
BIFF returns to Brisbane for 11 days in October
Join Motorwagen for this intimate wine and dinner event
Boom Boom Room is re-opening as a Japanese-inspired restaurant/bar
Blush by Effervescence returns to historic Hanworth House in October
Oktoberfest is coming to Cloudland
Learn to paint with this unique paranormal sip & paint experience
This drive-in concert is headlined by Russell Morris
A unique Mean Girls style high tea experience is coming to Brisbane
Come & Play on the Gold Coast:
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