Where Brisbane comes to celebrate art, fashion, music and their unique outdoor lifestyle.
The graceful parklands are where families, friends and couples come to reconnect, to gather for barbecues or picnics by the river, or to swim in Australia's only inner city beach.... more
Little Stanley and Grey Streets are both sophisticated and cosmopolitan, offering an assortment of alfresco restaurants serving international cuisine alongside some of Brisbane's coolest boutique fashion retailers.
The impressive Queensland cultural precinct connects us to their history and culture and includes Australia's largest Gallery of Modern Art, the Queensland Theatre Company, Queensland Museum, Queensland Performing Arts Centre and State Library of Queensland.
Every weekend, the South Bank Lifestyle Markets and the monthly Young Designer Markets add to the vibrancy of Brisbane's most diverse urban village.... less
Children are welcome.
Disabled access is available.
South Bank is a short walking distance from the City. There is ample public transport by bus, train or CityCat available to South Bank and to the City. For timetables please contact TransInfo. For those driving, there are various car parks located throughout South Bank.
South Bank is home to many cafes, restaurants and bars, most of which are child-friendly and great value for money. Then there's an eclectic mix of traders and entertainers that ply their trade every weekend at the South Bank Lifestyle markets. There are fashion boutiques dotted along Little Stanley Street; there are pubs where you can enjoy a cool drink and a meal, plus a number of outstanding restaurants serving up some of the best and most inventive cuisine in town.
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