Brisbane app

Now you can have the best of Brisbane at your finger tips and right in your pocket!

Brisbane City Council has just launched the brand new Brisbane app - a free, fast and convenient way to discover all of the hidden gems, must do experiences, unmissable events and businesses in our backyard and beyond. 

Whether you're a resident or a visitor, the Brisbane app is your ultimate instant guide to discovering where to eat, shop, play and stay in the city and the suburbs.

From unearthing Brisbane's top coffee spots, to finding the city's best after-dark experiences, or planning your next staycation or vacation, the Brisbane app is all about helping you to get out and explore the myriad fantastic things to do in the River City.

With app in hand you'll discover the best places to dine and drink in the city and suburbs, including Brisbane's best kept secrets, outdoor experiences, and events not to be missed - and all while supporting local businesses. 

You can tailor your search based on your own interests and location, explore the guides curated by locals or plan the perfect itinerary and share it with friends and family. Plus, you can shine a light on your favourite local business through the Brisbane app's 'favourite' function.

But that's not all! Stay up to date with events from theatre shows and music concerts to festivals - it's all in the Brisbane app's calendar. 

The Brisbane app is available to download now for free via the Apple Store and Google Play - simply search Brisbane.

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