The City of Brisbane has a busy events calendar each month filled with concerts, sporting events and other shows. Centrally located to major Sporting and Entertainment venues, Brisbane Holiday Village offers self-contained cabin accommodation, caravan sites and camp sites close to ANZ/QSAC Stadium, Suncorp Stadium and The Gabba as well as good express public transport connections with a bus stop at the entrance of the Village and a major bus depot a short 10 minute walk away.
Spanning the ground-floor galleries of GOMA, this exhibition presents major, large-scale installations by one of the world’s leading contemporary artists, Cai Guo-Qiang.
Cai Guo-Qiang's works reflect upon the globalised nature of our world, and appeal to broad audiences. He is best known for his awe-inspiring firework displays at the 2008 Beijing Olympics opening and closing ceremonies and a record-breaking solo retrospective exhibition at New York’s Guggenheim Museum. Click here for more information.
Deep Oceans showcases strange real-life creatures as well as myths and legends about fearsome monsters of the deep. See a real specimen of a Giant Squid from the Queensland Museum collection or meet some of the real-life creatures that have inspired sea monster myths and legends!
You can experiment with hands-on activities, test the effects of water pressure on your arm or see how colour appears at different depths.
Don't be late for a very important date! This Easter school holidays you are invited to the wonderful world of the Mad Hatters High Tea. Join Stamford Plaza Brisbane on a decadent adventure down the rabbit hole as the lobby is transformed into a world of dreamlike bliss.
Sip chilled bubbles and fine tea, or try pink lemonade while enjoying the scrumptious treats
The King & I returns to Australia with Lisa McCune and international opera sensation Teddy Tahu Rhodes as the King of Siam. This is a dazzling musical celebration,with stunning scenery and magnificent costumes.
The King & I is a triple crown award winner: The Tony, the Drama Desk and the Outer Critics Circle for Best Musical Revival. This is definitely an event not to be missed.
Setting the much-loved story in the small South Australian town of Hahndorf in the late 19th century, choreographer Greg Horsman has created a touching and witty ballet, with endearing characters inspired by our own history. With its joyful dance and the charming music of Léo Delibes, Coppélia is a captivating performance that must not be missed!
A highlight on both the racing and social calendars, the 2014 Channel Seven Brisbane Racing Carnival returns to the track bringing with it some of the biggest names in Australasian racing.
Attracting the nation’s top horses, hottest entertainers and VIP guests to enjoy superior raceday hospitality, don’t miss your chance to enjoy Queensland’s best racing events.
Nitro Circus Live, is gearing up for the biggest and most spectacular tour in its history, when it returns to Australian shores in May, with 40 of the world’s greatest action sports athletes, bringing a brand-new, death-defying extravaganza to fans down under.
Aussie fans will be treated to a newly designed, multi-million dollar set with unbelievable features that will be seen for the very first time worldwide!
In Musgrave Park, more than 30 food stalls will showcase the tastes, recipes and secrets of food from all corners of Greece. This year will make it the longest running cultural festival in Queensland and the longest running Greek festival in Australia!
The weekend will feature entertainment including the return of Greek Dancing with the Stars, a world record Zorba attempt, Eating Competitions and more. It will be endless amounts of delicious food and entertainment for all! Click here for more info.
Will Queensland make it 9 in a row in 2014?? See Queensland verses New South Wales at Suncorp Stadium for game one of the almighty State of Origin. The mighty maroons will fight to the very end at Queensland's home of league on 28 May.
Shakespeare’s tragic tale of star-crossed lovers is told through breathtaking, glorious dance in Sir Kenneth MacMillan’s magnificent and grand production of Romeo & Juliet.
Queensland Ballet is honoured to be the first company in Australia presenting this celebrated work of 20th century dance.