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Take a scenic walk through South Bank Parklands down to River Quay Fish and let this recently opened seafood restaurant tantalise your piscatorial cravings.
1. Veneziano Coffee Roasters
Tucked away on Montague Street lies a small but wonderful cafÃ©- Veneziano Coffee Roasters prides themselves on pushing the boundaries in terms of establishing direct trade between the cafÃ© and its growers, with a range …
Fun runs are great way to not only keep fit but to support worthy causes, and Brisbane provides the perfect platform for this fun way to get involved. Beautiful weather and a great sense of community make these events not-to-miss year after year, so here’s a list of three fun runs to keep you fighting fit in 2016.
If you’re looking for authentic Italian cuisine in Brisbane look no further than The Spaghetti House Trattoria located on the corner of Grey Street and Little Stanley Street in South Bank.
Having closed its doors in West End in January …
South Bank Corporation has recently launched a new highly-navigable website, referred to as ‘eat South Bank’,Â to cater to the dining demands to today’s disceming consumer, in what is a very competitive food-focused environment.
Creative Drinks recently hung out in the Cremorne Theatre with some of the stars and production team behind Digital Natives for an inside look at the process behind their upcoming show that tackles the role social media plays in our lives.
With the G20 not far away, our city will be under the spotlight for the world to see. But in the meantime, Brisbane has set up a series of interactive, fun, outdoor activities and events that will make you so happy we live in this river city.
If you haven’t already checked out what’s going down at South Bank for the Brisbane Festival this year, then don’t fret, because there is still time to see the remaining free acts at this years Santos GLNG Twilight Music Series.
A new and exciting series of free live music performances has turned the grassy green of the River Quay into a music festival that will showcase some of Brisbane’s most up-and-coming musicians.
10 years ago, Brisbane’s city streets where untouched, hardly filled with art. That all changed when public spaces became available for artists to dabble and play with following street art revival all over the world.
Today these streets are threatened by a lack of public space, perhaps due to the privatisation of many public spaces and the city councilâ€™s mission to paint over pieces of art.Â So it begs the question, does Brisbane have a problem with graffiti?