Mitchell Fine Art is one of Brisbane’s most exciting private art galleries, located in a converted industrial space in Fortitude Valley.
The Tivoli Drive-In Theatre, a 40 minute drive from Brisbane’s CBD or 7 minutes from Ipswich, offers families an affordable night of old-fashioned fun underneath the stars.
Heritage listed Ormiston House, overlooking Moreton Bay, is one of the finest examples of a colonial garden estate in Queensland.
The RAAF Amberley Aviation Heritage Centre offers a fascinating display of aircraft and insight into SEQ’s military aviation history and opens to the general public
There are festivals and then there is Woodford. The Woodford Folk Festival is far more than a festival, it is a state of mind.
Brisbane Tramway Museum is the fascinating outdoor museum where a handful of restored trams that once trundled through Brisbane’s streets take passengers for Sunday rides
The heritage-listed railway station at Spring Bluff is surrounded by award-winning gardens, which are especially stunning when the flowers are in full bloom
Blue Room Cinebar is Rosalie Village’s hidden gem - a quartet of tiny boutique cinemas, groovy bar and dining lounge overlooking Baroona Rd’s eat street.
Located at the base of the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC), the Tony Gould Gallery provides Brisbane with entertaining exhibitions relevant to current theatre performances from Australia and around the globe.
The iconic Village Twin Cinema re-opens this weekend, renamed the New Farm Cinemas and featuring the famous Purple Room in fully restored glory.
As one of the most visited regional art galleries in Queensland the Ipswich Art Gallery, which is set in a handsome heritage building that was once the Town Hall, attracts some 80000 visitors per year. And for good reason.
The gothic white towers of Indooroopilly’s Walter Taylor Bridge have long been a source of public fascination and now the northern tower is open for tours.
The Queensland Police Museum is a fascinating secret trove that contains the history of crime, law and order since the Queensland Police force was established in a tent in 1864 and arrested prisoners were attached to trees
St Stephen’s Chapel, the first church built on this site, sits like the child of the much larger cathedral beside it.
This fascinating little trove of ancient artefacts belonging to UQ and dating back 4000 years is one of the best kept secrets around.
On a grassy outpost in the industrial reaches of Lytton lies Fort Lytton, the heritage listed remains of Australia's only surviving moated 19th century fortress.

Top Things To Do In Brisbane This Week

The Brisbane BBQ Festival is an epic 2-day celebration of music, meat and fire
Sunsets by Sanctuary Cove is a fantastic 2-day festival
Coffee aficionados won't want to miss The Lanes Coffee Festival
There's no better time to get out and explore Brisbane’s backyards
Australia’s ultimate stair climbing challenge takes place at the Gabba
Colin Thiele’s much loves coming-of-age story is brought to magical life
This world-first live event features 2 of the best adventure climbers in the world
100 Years of The History of Dance combines dance and theatre
The Soweto Gospel Choir is coming to QPAC in August