Located in King George Square, Brisbane City Hall is 'the People's Place' of The City. For the past 80 years the Hall has been the backdrop to many of Brisbane's cultural, social and civic events.
Brisbane City Hall closed in 2010 for approximately three years of repair work. The iconic building is now undergoing upgrades to restore it for future generations. Many City Hall Services and areas of Brisbane's Civic Administration, including Council Chambers, the Office of the Lord Mayor and the Museum of Brisbane, have relocated to 157 Ann Street while City Hall is closed.
Children are welcome.
Disabled access is available. General areas are all accessible through level entry. Clock Tower not accessible by wheelchair.
Brisbane City Hall is renowned for its heritage clock tower.
How To Get There
City Hall is located in the heart of Brisbane between Adelaide and Ann Streets. It is easily accessible by public transport and is in close proximity to parking and the major hotels.
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