A gorgeous, exclusive downtown edifice (even the website is members-only).
QUT Art Museum
This excellent little museum is in the Queensland University of Technology's campus. It displays regularly changing exhibits of...
At the junction or George St and Margaret St is the Mansions, an unusual three-storey, red-brick Romanesque terrace which was cobbled...
QUT Gardens Theatre
Productions here are anything but amateur, despite the theatre's location on a university campus in the city. Expect to see Australia’s...
This rude-red shipping container has planted itself in a nook below the downtown Brisbane skyscrapers. Beaut home-made burgers are the...
cnr Alice & George Sts · interesting places nearby
Parliament House information
With a roof clad in Mt Isa copper, this lovely blanched-white stone, French Renaissance–style building dates from 1868 and overlooks the City Botanic Gardens. The only way to peek inside is on one of the free tours, which leave at the times listed above on demand (2pm only when parliament is sitting). Arrive five minutes before tours begin; no need to book.