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With its blend of indoor and outdoor shows that attract big audiences, Brisbane has one of the nation’s most thriving and enviable cultural scenes.
Throughout the year the city is host to major gatherings for people to celebrate their passion - sports, culture, science, design or the arts.
Brisbane is forging its own path in contemporary dining with delicious fresh produce, a growing population and great al fresco dining options thanks to brilliant year round weather.
Brisbane loves to put on a show. From global sporting events that attract tens of thousands of people, to a country-comes-to-the-city show, and international pop tours, Brisbane is experienced in welcoming revellers to the city.
Brisbane is bouncing back from the disruptions of the COVID-19 global pandemic with a multibillion-dollar transformation of its skyline and infrastructure.
These Brisbanites are known for their sport, music and business accomplishments, but you may not have realised they were from the Queensland capital.
From boutique art-styled hotels to global five-star brands, and everything in between, after a busy day seeing the sights, you can rest your head comfortably in Brisbane.
Go on an immersive journey through our list of First Nations experiences in art, storytelling, performance and food.
Make plans with this comprehensive guide to Brisbane’s top attractions. Cruises, culture and a city of excitement. What more could you want?
When Scottish craft beer giant BrewDog were choosing their Australian headquarters, the deciding factors that got Brisbane over the line included connections, climate and community.
PropTech start-up Little Hinges have utilised the connections and networking opportunities provided by the Brisbane EDA to grow their revenue by 220%, doubling their number of active customers in the past four months.
Montreal-based global logistics company Intelcom have chosen Brisbane as the first site for their expansion into the Asia-Pacific region.
Chef Collective’s innovative new facility in Coorparoo is helping restaurants save money and adapt to a new dining landscape.
Brisbane is preparing to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with iconic Olympic cities – Los Angeles, Paris and London.
Brisbane is a business-friendly environment, with a positive outlook and a thriving economy that is set to grow to $217 billion by 2031