Best Outdoor Beer Gardens

in Brisbane

12 of the best outdoor beer gardens in Brisbane, from the city to the bay and including some of the oldest pubs in south east Queensland:

A stunning brewery, restaurant and beer garden located in a gothic landmark heritage building down by the river i
The multi-level, heritage-listed Prince Consort Hotel features 8 unique spaces for drinking & dining, including a luxe disco
The Grand View began life as a single storeyed structure in 1851 and today after various extensions and a motley history is one of Cleveland’s oldest surviving buildings.
A Brisbane icon, ingrained irrevocably in the psyche of generations of locals because of the Spanish Steakhouse first and its tropical beer garden second but a visit should definitely include both
The Boundary Hotel, West End’s iconic landmark pub circa 1864, is a fascinating multi-layered labyrinth of ambient nooks and crannies, including rooftop and laneway bars
The iconic Richard Gailey-designed historic pub peddles everything from cafe fare by day to great cocktails and upmarket bar food
Felons Brewing Co is Brisbane’s best-located microbrewery, a showpiece of the Howard Smith Wharves
Fondly known as “Brisbane's worst vegetarian restaurant”, the Norman Hotel is an iconic Australian Steakhouse and Garden Bar
Riverland is Brisbane’s hottest social setting, with an 80ft bar and five shipping containers serving street food
BrewDog is an epic craft beer brewery, taproom and restaurant located beside the Brisbane River in Murarrie

Attached to an old war hangar and part-owned by Australian rock royalty JC from Powerfinger, this is Brisbane’s coolest beer garden

One of Brisbane’s oldest pubs, dating from 1864, The Plough Inn also has one of Brisbane’s best loved beer gardens

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