Land Administration Building
Commissariat Store Museum
Built by convicts in 1829, this former government storehouse is the oldest occupied building in Brisbane. Inside is an immaculate little...
Museum of Brisbane
Around the corner from City Hall, this museums illuminates the city from a variety of viewpoints, with interactive exhibits that explore...
This Hare Krishna eatery is a peaceful spot to dine inexpensively on vegetarian curry, veggie puffs, dahl-lentil soup, salad, pappadams...
cnr Queen & William Sts · interesting places nearby
Treasury Building information
At the western end of the Queen St Mall, overlooking the river, is Brisbane’s magnificent Italian Renaissance–style Treasury Building. It has a lavish facade, with commanding balconies and columns. The treasury now contains an entirely different kind of money spinner: Conrad’s 24-hour casino.
In the block southeast of the casino, Conrad also occupies the equally gorgeous former Land Administration Building . Here, however, it’s been converted to one of the city’s classiest hotels, the Treasury.