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From May through to August, Brisbane's winter scene comes alive. Read on to discover 30 ideas for things you can do, places to visit and where to eat in Brisbane this winter.
The air crisp and cool, but it is only more of an excuse to get outside. Discover things to do and what's on in Brisbane.
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Taste food and wine from the Scenic Rim at this festival of farm tours, cooking classes, producer dinners, pop-up cafes and other free or low-cost activities. This is a chance for the consumer to connect with the farmer and learn more about where it comes from and how it is produced.
This year sees Brisbane’s Story Bridge celebrate its 75th birthday and what better way to do it than to close down the bridge and invite locals and visitors to join the street party!
Unleash your team colours this season as football fever roars into Brisbane!
Explore the amazing workings of the human body with fun, hands-on activities in this new Sciencentre exhibition.
Snow4Kids is visiting Brisbane again in 2015 to transform the winter school holidays into a magical snow experience for children and adults alike.
The story of Australia is told through the art and technology of photography in this major exhibition, 'The Photograph and Australia'.
Until 11 October
Based on JM Barries' famous tale, Trey McIntyre’s Peter Pan will transport audiences into a fantastical dream world of fairies, mermaids and pirates.
Until 11 July
Hugging the northern side of the CBD, Roma Street Parkland and Spring Hill are iconic parts of Brisbane and its history.
Experience Brisbane guided by the people who know it. Team up with one of our friendly and knowledgeable Brisbane Greeters.