Museum of Brisbane
Overlooking King George Sq, this fine 1930s sandstone edifice is fronted by a row of sequoia-sized Corinthian columns. It has an...
Free, small-group, hand-held introductory tours of Brizzy with affable volunteers. Call to see what's running, or to organise a...
Trailblazing Super Whatnot is a funky, industrial lane-way space, with a mezzanine floor and sunken lounge. Drinks: bottled boutique...
Felix for Goodness
Yet another winning destination in Burnett Lane, hard-working Felix does things properly: proper homemade salads, tarts, baguettes, pies...
Level 3, Brisbane City Hall, King George Sq · interesting places nearby
Museum of Brisbane information
Inside Brisbane's renovated City Hall, this excellent little museum illuminates the city from a variety of viewpoints, with interactive exhibits exploring both social history and the current cultural landscape. When we visited, the three long-term exhibits were a fabulous display on the islands and history of Moreton Bay, with excellent Aboriginal content; an exhibit on the history of the Brisbane River; and an exhibition on iconic Queensland novelist David Malouf, featuring work from five artists he's inspired.