QUT Art Museum
Virtually next door to Parliament House, within the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) campus, is the QUT Art Museum. Modest in...
South along George St from the Commissariat Stores Building , on the right immediately after the junction with Margaret St, is the...
Old Government House
QUT Gardens Theatre
This university theatre plays host to touring national and international productions as well as performances from the university’s...
This elegant award-winning restaurant near the City Botanic Gardens serves delectable fare – largely locally sourced – with imaginative...
Parliament House information
Lonely Planet review
One block south of the Mansions, Parliament House occupies a suitably regal position overlooking the City Botanic Gardens. Set against a tropical backdrop, its grand, sand-coloured facade is quite magnificent and arguably Brisbane’s most stunning historical piece of architecture. The structure dates from 1868 and was built in French Renaissance style with a roof clad in Mt Isa copper. Free guided tours are available on demand between 9am and 4pm Monday to Friday, which is the only way you’ll get to peek inside.