A visual exhibition of emerging and mid career Brisbane artists showcasing their works as apart of Brisbane Street Art Festival 2016, hosted by The Brisbane Collective. A collection of visual art, design, craft, photography, street art, paste-ups, animation and live music will be showcased for a one night only pop-up event. Be apart of their [...]
With a vibrant colour palette, a modern design aesthetic and an abundance of energy pulsating through the hotel, ibis Styles Brisbane Elizabeth Street is the new kid on the block; a hotel designed for Brisbane, inspired by Brisbane and determined not just to be comfortable and convenient but playful and fun as well! Bright colours [...]
Celebrate this Christmas Day with a true festive feast. Featuring delicious seafood, an assortment of warm buffet delicacies, a classic Christmas carvery and the sweetest of desserts, they are sure to answer all your Christmas wishes.
The annual Moreton Island Fishing Classic is fast becoming one of the “must do” fishing competitions in Brisbane – but don’t tell anyone because they’re trying to keep it intimate! The classic is perfect for families and mates and there are plenty of prizes to go around – the best thing is you don’t even [...]
Bigsound is Australia’s premier festival of new music. Bigsound is where the world discovers Australian music. For two nights every September, a vibrant collection of musicians, music industry professionals and music lovers from across the globe assemble in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley to witness the best new Australian music. Bigsound’s fifteenth incarnation in 2016 promises to [...]
From the producers of The Illusionists and Le Noir comes this summer’s heart pounding family spectacular, Cirque Adrenaline. Boasting the world’s most dangerous and death-defying acts, including the Wheel of Death and the Sphere of Fear, Cirque Adrenaline sees QPAC’s Concert Hall transformed into an astonishing, high octane circus arena. Cirque Adrenaline is a new [...]
Pamela Gough’s contemporary landscapes are narratives embedded with stories, maps, symbols and homes, especially from her own backyard of Brisbane. Many Queensland homes and family stories, however, draw upon their origins and traditions from distant lands. This exhibition features new paintings and sketches inspired by a journey back to her family origins exploring the Celtic [...]
Brisbane Domestic Airport is located 13 kilometres (eight miles) northeast of Brisbane’s city centre. Coachtrans bus service conducts regular services to and from the city, railway station and between domestic and international terminals. Transfer time is approximately 35 minutes. Airport coach transfers from Brisbane to the Gold Coast take about 90 minutes. Taxis and car [...]
‘Cult Japan’ celebrates the strange and outrageous in post-war Japanese cinema. The program includes underground and cult classics; Japan’s unique variation on horror and action cinema; and the excessive, surreal and kitsch depictions of love, revenge and technology that have made Japanese genre cinema an international success.
See the latest innovations and achievements of Queensland artists in this inaugural exhibition series. Queensland is a site of intriguing ideas and values, diverse aesthetic practices and exciting and productive artistic exchanges. In this exhibition over 30 emerging, mid-career and senior artists working across drawing, painting, photography, video, installation, performance, ceramics and sculpture form one [...]