WORLD CLASS FACILITIES
A globally connected city with state-of-the-art facilities, Brisbane is a leader in the event space. With a $15 billion pipeline of infrastructure projects, there’s never been a better time to choose Brisbane.
Cultural Event Venues
Brisbane’s key cultural venues have delivered world-class events, including international ballets, musicals and globally exclusive exhibitions.
A distinct landmark, both as a striking pre-war industrial building and a hub for creativity, art and cultural innovation, Brisbane Powerhouse is situated on the Brisbane River, and central to the bustling New Farm Park precinct.
Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art
Queensland Art Gallery was joined by Gallery of Modern Art in 2006 (QAGOMA)and the galleries now house a globally significant collection of contemporary art from Australia, Asia and the Pacific.
Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC)
Set to become Australia's largest performing arts centre, following the targeted completion of a fifth theatre venue in late 2022, QPAC welcomes a diverse range of live performance events and experiences year-round.
Music Event Venues
Brisbane City Hall
Brisbane City Hall is one of Queensland’s most significant heritage and cultural icons and the home of elegance and grandeur.
Brisbane Entertainment Centre
A worldclass multipurpose facility, the Brisbane Entertainment Centre has been host to some of the most famous artists and performers in the world.
Fortitude Music Hall
Brisbane's premier live music destination, located in Australia's first designated Special Entertainment Precinct in Fortitude Valley.
Brisbane City Council's inner-city waterfront Riverstage venue hosts many local, national and international concerts and events each year.
South Bank Piazza
South Bank Piazza is a multi-purpose amphitheatre located in the heart of South Bank Parklands.
Widely considered to be one of Australia’s most beautiful performance venues, The Tivoli indoor theatre boasts over 100 years of history including performances by Bob Dylan, Silverchair and Taylor Swift (just to name a few).
Festival and Exhibition Venues
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
With the credentials of 25 years’ experience, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC) has earned an enviable track record of consistently hosting successful national and international events in the heart of South Bank.
Brisbane Showgrounds is a world-class events and lifestyle precinct located just 1.5km from the city's centre and incorporates the Royal International Convention Centre, the Main Arena, multiple pavilions and outdoor marquees.
Roma Street Parkland
Roma Street Parkland has a variety of venues available for hire to suit private gatherings, your next corporate function, or public spaces to host a community festival. Roma Street Parkland offers a distinctly different experience, with designer gardens and sprawling lawns that wind around 16 hectares of stunning parklands.
South Bank Parklands
Covering 17 hectares of riverfront land, the Parklands feature free swimming facilities, walking tracks, licensed picnic areas and more. It is also home to a year-round calendar of events and plenty of eateries, including the award-winning River Quay.
Stadiums and Sporting Venues
Suncorp Stadium, The Gabba and Anna Meares Velodrome have respectively hosted the AFL Grand Final, NRL Magic Round Brisbane, and the Commonwealth Games with the city truly cementing its claim as Australia’s sporting and major events capital.
Allan Border Field & National Cricket Centre
Complementing the Allan Border Field, the National Cricket Centre provides world-class training facilities to Australia’s national and emerging cricketers.
Anna Meares Velodrome
The velodrome is built to UCI standards and features a “wide track” that favours team pursuit cycling.
Brisbane International Shooting Centre
Redeveloped for the 2018 Commonwealth Games, the facility now hosts four international-level shooting ranges (10m, 25m, 50m and Finals) for the small bore rifle, air rifle and pistol shooting disciplines.
Queensland Sport and Athletic Centre
Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre (QSAC) is a popular event space and a premier training hub for junior and elite athletes. The venue includes the State Athletics Facility, Main Stadium, Nissan Arena and ‘The Beach’ Volleyball Complex.
Queensland Tennis Centre
Host of the Brisbane International and ATP Cup the centre includes a main arena, two showcourts and 22 match and training courts.
Sleeman Sports Complex
Anna Meares Velodrome, BMX Supercross Track, Brisbane Aquatic Centre, Chandler Arena and Gymnastics Hall: The complex is one of Queensland’s premier multi-purpose sporting and entertainment venues, with highly advanced facilities and a reputation for producing some of Australia’s most talented and successful athletes.
Queensland’s most sacred ground, Suncorp Stadium is the mecca for sport, hosting national and international rugby league, rugby union, soccer and blockbuster concerts.
Standing proud for more than a century, The Gabba is a renowned icon on the Brisbane landscape and is the arena for domestic and international cricket, AFL and concerts.