South Bank is Brisbane’s premier cultural destination with the world-class restaurants, galleries and entertainment.
The Parklands is a haven of natural beauty spread over more than 17 hectares of riverfront parkland and featuring 20 landscaped spaces as well as the iconic man-made Streets Beach. Read more
Little Stanley Street
For a complete dining experience, Little Stanley Street is the place to visit.
Little Stanley Street epitomises the energy and vibrancy of Brisbane within a beautiful setting overlooking the Parklands.
A beacon for food lovers, Little Stanley Street offers an incredible mix of cuisines from Turkish, Indian, Malaysian, Japanese and Mediterranean to modern Australian and Italian. Read more
Nestled in the heart of Brisbane’s cultural precinct, the Grey Street boulevard stretches from the cultural centre, which is home to Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland Art Gallery, Queensland Museum, Queensland Performing Arts Centre and State Library of Queensland, then further down to the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith College of Art and Cineplex cinemas. Read more
Nestled at the southern entry to the South Bank precinct is one of Australia’s largest maritime museums showcasing extensive collections of historical maritime artifacts, books and photographs. Read more
the Wheel of Brisbane
Fully owned and operated by World Tourist Attractions Australia, the Wheel of Brisbane stands 60 metres tall, illuminating the South Bank skyline and river with thousands of LED lights at night and presenting a beautiful landmark for visitors and locals. Read more