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This impressive Brisbane City Council owned museum offers an insight into the social history and visual arts of Brisbane.
There’s nothing dusty or musty about this slick little timber building on the edge of the Old Petrie Town car park.
You don’t have to be a ship enthusiast to visit this homey museum, which is well laid out and staffed by mostly ex-naval and maritime workers.
Behind the plain brick façade of Redland Museum lies a wonderland of memorabilia from the past.
Resembling a mini historical village, the Samford Museum holds one of the most extraordinary collections of heirlooms, memorabilia and building styles of late 19th and early 20th century Queensland life to be found
Whether you have the slightest interest in things that run on tracks or not, this national treasure of a museum is must-visit.
This multi-story award-winning architectural landmark building on the riverfront between the art galleries is home to the main archival collections of Queensland’s history.
Since the old Dendy closed at the historical Elycium Theatre in the city, this spankingly modern cinema wears the mantle of the only Dendy in town
One of a few historical Brisbane movie theatres still in operation, the Hawthorne Cinemas started life as The Roxy in 1922
There can be few better ways to spend a night out with family or friends than under the stars at the drive-in
This fine collection of 2000 plus contemporary works encompasses sculpture, painting and decorative arts and as such has a strong showing of Australian art
During its relatively short existence has quickly established itself as the proverbial jewel in Brisbane’s visual arts crown.
This gallery is one of Brisbane’s leading art spaces, showcasing the best of contemporary Australian art
Brisbane’s oldest lane dates from convict days when the block it cuts through on the Queens St side was the site of the Prisoner’s Cells and Barracks and the Superintendent of Convicts residence
On the outer edges of parklands and koala colonies is this peaceful Buddhist retreat with buildings in the Chinese palace architectural style of red and gold
Tucked away from the city’s thoroughfares, the convict-built Commissariat Stores are one of only two buildings that survived from the penal settlement.

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