Built in 1888 to a design by architect AB Wilson, Forester’s Hall is a rare surviving intact example of a 19th century community hall.
This tiny private burial ground c1863 sits atop a Corinda hill with the district’s best panoramic views.
In the convict days the area down in the vicinity of Alice St was a mangrove swamp known as Frog’s Hollow.
The only one of its kind left in Australia today, this cast iron tower was made in England and shipped out in sections to the 1880’s.
It’s hard to believe the rusty hulk at the foot of the cliffs of Woody Point was in the 19th century the Navy’s proud premier warship.
The history of this site predates the 1872 construction of the Brisbane GPO by John Petrie.
Glenlyon still retains some of the air of the grand country estate it was during the 19th century when its marble floors were polished with butter milk.
As one of the remaining large Victorian villas that sprang up around Brisbane in the late 1800’s, Glengariff is one of the grandest in scale and most imposing.
This tiny speck of a burial ground was started as a family plot after a tragedy in 1869.
Fernberg, which is German for ‘distant mountain’ was aptly named by its first owner and resident in 1864, merchant and later MP Johann Heussler.
The striking gothic arched William St section of this office was designed by colonial architect FDG Stanley and built in 1874 after an earlier wooden printing office had been demolished.
As one of few surviving recreational grounds from the 1880s, this park began and grew with the suburb of Graceville, which itself flourished as a result of the railway station that was established here in 1886.
A rare example of a post war station fitted out between 1952 and 1959 in the new age of Modernist design which was a deliberate move away from the traditional railway station.
Walter Taylor, the builder and architect of the live-in Walter Taylor Bridge, was also responsible for this unique interwar gothic church and its connecting buildings.
The quiet leafy hideaway that is St John’s Wood was once a centre point for Brisbane society and privy to Royal guests including the future King of England George V.
One of Brisbane’s grand and earliest villas built in Indooroopilly, Greylands was constructed in 1876 by prominent lawyer Graham Lloyd Hart.

Top Things To Do In Brisbane This Week

Triple M Rocks Tattersall's Race Day with live rock band
Join the Southern Cross Soloists as they chart a new musical voyage
Oscar Wilde’s The Young King comes to life on stage at QPAC from July 23 to 27
A new show has been added for A Conversation on Narcos at The Tivoli
Celebrate Queensland's local produce and craft beer
‘Unlearning’ brings together new and recent artworks
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