What you can do in Brisbane this weekend

Brisbane is a sunny paradise, famous for being the gateway for the many natural wonders flooding the area. Regardless of if you have travelled here for the rainforests and waterfalls, the city itself is home to an array of unforgettable attractions. Whether you’re a tourist, a long-time local or just stopping through, this list of Brisbane adventures for this weekend is for you.


  • Boundary Street Markets

    For a fantastic Friday night head down to the Night Market of Brisbane. These markets are held every Friday and offer a range of different cuisines from around the globe. Simply stroll past the different stalls as you listen to the local music play, with shops selling sweet and savoury, vegan or meat, and even beer and wine. Visit the arts and craft section, to spot the goodies on offer, ranging from artwork, vintage treasures, and homemade items.

  • South Bank

    If you’re interested in a relaxing night with a stunning scenery, park yourself along the riverside banks of Brisbane River. South Bank is flooded with incredible restaurants, bars, shops, and events this weekend. Enjoy the open-air atmosphere as you tuck into some delicious late-night dinner. If you want to do both a night market and a relaxing dinner, why not visit the Collective Markets located right along the south bank? This market is one of the best held in South Bank and offers a load of local treats, an easy walk from the restaurants.


  • A Very Laneway Christmas

    Get into the Christmas spirit early at this Very Laneway Christmas event! Bringing a herd of vintage, handmade, and preloved goodies! Held at the The Lanes in Fortitude Valley, guests can browse through the stalls for fashion, collections and any bits and bobs they can think of! What’s better than a day of shopping with an endless supply of puppies to pat?

  • Tanqueray Terrace

    Enjoy a delicious drink during the hot nights at the pop-up bar Tanqueray terrace. Showcasing four different types of gin, with a variety of different spring-inspired cocktails. The food offered compliments all the cocktails perfectly, with seasonal vegetables and local produce used. Sitting alongside the riverside at Customs House’s terrific outdoor terrace, this bar is ideal for blissed-out breaks with your partner or posse.

  • The Brisbane Wheel

    For 360 views of the entire city, no better place is the Brisbane Wheel. Hop on one of the gondola carriages and glide up to soar 60-metre above the ground. Each gondola holds up to 8 people, so you can spend the ride with a large group of your friends and family. If you are a bit peckish, both food and drinks are also provided when boarding, so you enjoy a delicious sparkling as you view the city’s lights!


  • City Sounds

    City Sounds is Australia’s largest free live music program and supports local and touring artists around the city of Brisbane. And it is no surprise, as Brisbane is home to some of the most influential and famous Australian musicians in the last 40 years. The event changes location and genre, presenting jazz, indie rock, and all types of music while moving venues each week. Even if you aren’t familiar with the weekend’s band, we definitely suggest popping in. Who knows, it might be the next up and coming artist!

Check out the Brisbane City Tour today!

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