This warm stylish Queenslander home away from home is ideal for a small group, couple or single traveller as well as a longer stayer.
Nestled in a leafy enclave close to the river and park, this character low-rise hotel with tranquil garden occupies a converted block of interwar flats.
This historical seaside Queenslander (c1896) has been splendidly converted by its artists owners into a tastefully chic guesthouse.
Since its dubious beginnings in 1824 as a harsh penal settlement for Australia's worst convicts, the CBD has had a string of reincarnations before it became today's modern glass and concrete business and retail hub.
This thoroughly modern 41 storey tower sits on the site of Brisbane’s iconic Festival Hall and features 1 and 2 br apartments.
Scarborough Beach Resort, a well-maintained modern apartment complex, is brilliantly situated in the heart of the picturesque seaside village of Scarborough at the tip of the Redcliffe peninsula.
The art at The Miro is not confined to the façade, which comprises a Joan-inspired mural on retractable balcony screens.
This fascinating little trove of ancient artefacts belonging to UQ and dating back 4000 years is one of the best kept secrets around.
On a grassy outpost in the industrial reaches of Lytton lies Fort Lytton, the heritage listed remains of Australia's only surviving moated 19th century fortress.
Few who pass the glass doors of MacArthur Chambers Hotel would know that it was from this building that General Douglas MacArthur directed the Allies in holding back the Japanese invasion.
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.
The Queensland Museum, founded in 1862, is the keeper of the state's historical collections dating back to colonial times.
Visitors to this museum will be happily surprised to find a modern well laid out display of the Redcliffe peninsula's 200+ years of European history
Behind the plain brick façade of Redland Museum lies a wonderland of memorabilia from the past.

Top Things To Do In Brisbane This Week

Swan Lake Act II and Graduation Ball share the QPAC stage
Contemporary dance & indigenous culture intertwine in this powerful production
Gain a fascinating insight into Aboriginal Australia
Queensland Symphony Orchestra accompanies a screening of Star Wars: The Return of the Jedi
Abbey Road Live in Concert returns to Fortitude Music Hall
Join Patricia Ward Kelly for a fascinating look at legendary Gene Kelly
Two sets of super-talented siblings team up for a night of musical mastery
The Brisbane Comedy Festival returns in February
Noni Hazlehurst’s critically-acclaimed production of Mother returns
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