Brisbane nights
Live music clubs and discos can be found around the riverside quarter of the city.
Visits  to  City

  The Queen St mall - Information Centre - Ph:(07)3229 5918.

•  Paddington Queenslander cottages of weatherboard and corrugated iron, Cottage industries fill the converted cottages along the main street, intermingled with cafes and a large antique market housed in a former cinema. An oasis, a pool in the absolute center of the city, the Top of the Top!.

Visitor to Brisbane


  Historic Buildings in 1824 as a penal settlement where convicts faced "stern discipline". The settlement's first permanent buildings, the Windmill on Wicklam Terrace, was built by convicts in 1827 and used as a treadmill to grind corn. The only other construction remaining from the convict era is the Colonial Stores building in William Street, begun in 1928.


  Enjoying the cool water of the Kodak Beach lagoon.
Afes, restaurants and taverns abound, and there are barbeque and picnic areas.

•  The Entrance Court, South Bank Parklands.
After the successful World Expo of 1988, there was discussion as to thr future of its site on the south bank of the Brisbane River.

•  Chinatown & Fortitude Valley
Between Wickham Street and Ann Street in Fortitude Valley lies Brisbane's Chinatown Mall.
A vast choice of restaurants and cafes provide a taste of the cuisines of the Orient like Chinese, korean, Vietnamese and Malaysian.
Brunswick Street Mall. The Saturday open air market that is a must see.

•  Relaxing in the City Botanic Gardens.

The mock Eiffel Tower
is a clue to the adopted chic of Park Road which has become one of the city's most fashionable and most popular meeting places.

New Farm Park
is a haven by the rives, boasting an historic rose garde, jacaranda avenue and some magnificent curtain fig trees that form a unique children's playground. Park Road, cafe terraces, which teem with life day and night, line both sides of the street.