A local’s guide to Brisbane’s best laneways

The Ultimate 5-Day Brisbane Backpacker’s Itinerary

Budget Brisbane: Exploring Queensland’s capital for less


There are a few visual cues that mark the beginning of summer in Australia. Jacarandas blossoming on suburban streets. Cricket replacing footy on local ovals. Backpackers sunburning on crowded beaches. And big screens popping up in parks and on rooftops around the country, preparing for another summer of outdoor cinema. Because what better way to spend a balmy evening than under the stars watching your favourite flick?

Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art – AQGOMA  is an art museum located in the South Bank precinct of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The gallery is part of the Queensland Cultural Centre

Mount Gravatt Lookout Cafe  The LoveWell Project is a social enterprise, profit for purpose café partnered with the Hope Foundation (changing the world one woman at a time) in one of Brisbane’s best locations with stunning views over Brisbane.  Perched atop Mt Gravatt Lookout, this cheerful café (formerly Echidna Magic) is furnished with recycled tables, colourful chairs, a comfy couch and vintage piano – with indoor dining and outdoor deck overlooking Brisbane’s southside and beyond.

Museum of Brisbane  is a museum that explores contemporary and historic Brisbane, Australia, and its people through a program of art and social history exhibitions, workshops, talks, tours and children’s activities.

South Bank is Brisbane’s premier lifestyle and cultural destination. Located on the southern banks of the Brisbane River, its 17 hectares of lush parklands, world-class eateries, stunning river views and hundreds of delightful events all year round make it the perfect place to relax and unwind.

Newstead House (1846)  Brisbane’s oldest residence