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This November, Brisbane Symphony Orchestra present their final installment for 2017, a delightful program of Beethov... [more]
19/11/2017 - 26/11/2017
If you've never been to see Shakespeare live, then this production of "Much Ado About Nothing" by Villanova Players ... [more]
03/11/2017 - 19/11/2017
As the gate clangs shut, we are transported back in time. Brisbane's Boggo Road Gaol, formerly known as the Brisbane... [more]
Overlooking the Brisbane River with views of the Story Bridge, Pony Dining at Eagle Street Pier has established itse... [more]
This is not the name you would expect for this 50's Retro Cafe in Grafton, but this little gem should not be missed ... [more]
Has your child ever wanted to write their own computer game, programme a robot or create animations? Coding Kids wor... [more]
With live music and food from around the world, Southside's new food truck emporium opened with crowds lining up to ... [more]
Thai food is always a favourite choice for us, particularly as it works so well for Coeliacs, so it was great to fin... [more]
Strolling past the top end of South Bank, a great way to end your work day is a visit to the Stoke Bar at Stokehouse... [more]
The granite belt is blessed with many accomodation choices, ranging from camping through to Eco-stays. On a recent t... [more]
What could be more exciting than exploring the nooks and crannies of a bushranger's hideout? Donnelly's Castle near ... [more]
Sometimes the best finds are when you take a chance on a road that sounds interesting. Such is the case with Nundubb... [more]
There is no shortage of fish and chip shops on the Gold Coast, but Yellowfin Seafood Restaurant at Broadbeach offers mor... [more]
The Lockyer Valley is well known for it's fruit and vegetables, but not much is said about it's natural wonders and spec... [more]
Not having read the book series by Rick Yancey, I was not sure what to expect. I had seen the trailer and thought th... [more]
There is a new way to see Brisbane's sights and have your own adventure any time of the day. Thanks to an Australian... [more]
What's not to love about Christmas? It's a chance to get together as a family, share in joy and happiness and celebr... [more]
In search of a hearty breakfast in Caloundra one Sunday morning, my family and I hit the streets. Many of the cafes ... [more]
It's always hard to come up for activities for a birthday party, but fortunately Ginger Sport have a fantastic solut... [more]
These Christmas Holidays keep your kids busy and creative by sending them along to art classes with local artist, Li... [more]
05/01/2015 - 22/01/2015
Paddington Deli and Epicerie is nestled between boutique craft shops and coffee shops on the busy strip at Paddingto... [more]
When you see the name of this cafe, it certainly doesn't sound like a place to head for a weekend breakfast, however... [more]
Staying in Binna Burra National Park during winter doesn't sound particularly glamorous, that is until you check out... [more]
I love the U.K. Cosy little pubs, quaint tea rooms with old furniture and cups and saucers - great on rainy days and... [more]
Like many, I have watched the facade of our old friend the Wintergarden freshen up and have wondered what new shops ... [more]
It's a peaceful Sunday morning in the bushland near Lake Kurwongabah. Birds are chirping in the trees, occasionally ... [more]
Brisbane's Riverside Quarter has recently undergone a foodie revitalisation, and the latest restaurant to be opened is M... [more]
There's something really good about having someone else cook your breakfast for you. It gives you licence to eat tho... [more]
It was with much celebration, beating of drums and clashing of cymbals that the new Imperial Restaurant opened it's do... [more]
Amazing is the word for this 3D adventure ride. Marvel's latest movie offering felt like I was on a rollercoaster at... [more]
What better way to end your day than to have a few drinks and a great meal overlooking the harbour at Manly? The Man... [more]
Sometimes it's nice to find a spot for coffee which is a bit off the beaten track. These little coffee shops are oft... [more]
It's not often that the lunch time crowd have the opportunity to get a fast, fresh, healthy meal. Too often they have ... [more]
If you are a fan of the HBO series Spartacus, you will feel right at home with the new movie 300: Rise of an Empire. ... [more]
Many of us may remember traipsing the halls of Brisbane's Old Museum, peering into dusty cases filled with skeletons... [more]
With the opening of the new M & A Building between Ann Street and McLaughlin Streets, the Valley has seen a number o... [more]
With the highway to the Gold Coast being such a good run these days, there is no excuse not to try a variation to yo... [more]
Randwick is home to a large number of eating establishments, from Indian to noodles, sushi to sandwiches, and I guess ... [more]
I don't know much about Wholefoods. My perception has been eating lots if nuts, seeds and veggies and raw food and ... [more]
Hidden in the back of Ipswich, but mere streets from the city centre lies a patch of bushland with a fascinating his... [more]
Organic Foods are gaining in popularity as shoppers become more interested in eating healthy produce. Brisbane's re... [more]
If you are anything like me, part of a shopping centre's attraction is the ability to stop for a breather and have a... [more]
The phenomenon which is One Direction has pretty much escaped me since I have no teenage daughters, but like everyon... [more]
Comedy Hypnosis is not something I've ever seen before and must admit approaching this event with trepidation, and w... [more]
Don't you just love it when on an ordinary, everyday errand, you make a discovery that turns the mundane into extrao... [more]
What father doesn't like the roar of an engine, revere the whine of a gear change and the enjoy the feel of a powerf... [more]
01/09/2013
Most of us have made the move to a smart phone and I know I couldn't live without mine. For me the best thing i... [more]
When undertaking a long drive up the Queensland Coast, we all know that it's important to stop and refresh regularly... [more]
Yes "Z" is for zombies - and lots of them. It appears that Hollywood's fascination for Vampires is at an end and zom... [more]
Kids love horses, but often city kids don't get a chance to give riding a try, or even to get close to a horse. The ... [more]
For the last few years we have been visiting "My Sweetopia" at Southbank for our weekly dose of cupcakes and coffee. Th... [more]
It's always nice to feel like your doing something good for your body, so this morning I decided to check out Wray O... [more]
Kids love music, and what's more important is it's fantastic for their developing brains. Researchers have found that m... [more]
I am a lover of chai tea, and I have a very particular set of taste buds. There is nothing I find more indulgent tha... [more]
Wet weather days often provide a challenge for families, however Carindale Library is packed with more than just boo... [more]
Like many Brisbane families at Easter, we tramped off to Stanthorpe to check out Giraween National Park, however this tr... [more]
If you're looking for a cheap three course meal in Brisbane, The Jazz Cat Restaurant in Paddington could be for you. Wi... [more]
If you're looking to get out of the house with the kids these holidays, George Clayton Park just off the Lower Esplanade... [more]
 
Brisbane Symphony Orchestra are celebrating the coming of Spring with a delightful program of music featuring piano virt... [more]
17/09/2017
Everyone loves a circus, and the "Circus of Illusion" is sure to delight the senses of the whole family. Comprising ... [more]
23/06/2017 - 09/07/2017
If you're a lover of souvlaki, or just can't wait to get your hands on some spanakopita, then the Bribie Panyiri 2017 Gr... [more]
02/07/2017
On Sunday 18 June, why not grab your friends and family and head to the Royal International Conference Centre (the B... [more]
18/06/2017
Planetary exploration has always been a fascination for humans, and we have explored the far reaches of space by tel... [more]
28/05/2017
Worried about the kids going crazy even though it's only the first day of the holidays? How about locking them up... [more]
01/04/2017 - 02/04/2017
For their final concert of 2016, the Brisbane Symphony Orchestra will take you on a flight around the world, experie... [more]
27/11/2016
Loyalty, friendship, business partnerships and the power of money lay the foundation for "American Buffalo" which ma... [more]
25/10/2016 - 29/10/2016
Father's Day is just around the corner, and if you haven't organised anything yet, you'd better hop to it. Fortunate... [more]
04/09/2016
For their third concert of the year, Brisbane Symphony Orchestra will premiere not one, but two works never before h... [more]
03/09/2016 - 11/09/2016
Unique France Interiors and Antiques are celebrating the arts and supporting the Wesley Hospital this week by hostin... [more]
25/08/2016
Metro Arts are well known for their presentation of contemporary arts, and their latest production, "Next Fall" writ... [more]
05/08/2016 - 06/08/2016
Do you have a child who loves to sing, or just can't wait to be on the stage? This school holidays, Opera Queensland... [more]
04/07/2016 - 08/07/2016
This year's 4MBS Festival of Classics has a Russian flavour and for their finale concert the Brisbane Symphony Orche... [more]
12/06/2016
Our love of animals and fascination with their unique characteristics has served as inspiration for many composers, ... [more]
14/05/2016
Having a child diagnosed with a heart condition at birth can be frightening for parents. You aren't sure what to exp... [more]
18/03/2016
This Australia Day, why not enjoy the food, entertainment and fireworks on offer at Brisbane's Southbank Parklands? ... [more]
26/01/2016
The Myer Christmas Parade has had a makeover for 2015. After a couple of years of watching The Nutcracker characters... [more]
11/12/2015 - 20/12/2015
The Brisbane Symphony Orchestra are about to take on the music of the silver screen. In a program which will pair ligh... [more]
28/11/2015 - 29/11/2015
Finding the right venue for your New Year's Eve celebrations can be a tricky task. It has to have a great atmosphere... [more]
31/12/2015 - 01/01/2016
This Sunday 18 October, the Brisbane River at West End will come alive with bright yellow ducks in an effort to stop... [more]
18/10/2015
Fairytales have been the inspiration for many beautiful compositions throughout the history of classical music. Insp... [more]
03/10/2015
What's your favourite girl's night in? Is it sitting together watching a few romantic movies? Maybe sipping champagn... [more]
01/10/2015 - 31/10/2015
Sometimes it's tricky to find things to do right at the end of the school holidays. You've watched all the new movie... [more]
03/10/2015 - 05/10/2015
Each Father's Day, the Brisbane bayside suburbs of Wynnum and Manly come alive with sounds of Jazz at the Wynnum Manly... [more]
06/09/2015
There is nothing quite like the sound of a large orchestra combined with Choral voices and Gustav Mahler was very fo... [more]
06/09/2015
Do you love Spicks and Specks? Do you fancy yourself a trivia master? If this sounds like you then the inaugural Ips... [more]
08/08/2015
Turning 25 is no mean feat for a community orchestra, but under the direction of maestro Antoni Bonetti, the Brisban... [more]
22/03/2015 - 29/03/2015
The hills are alive, with the sounds of children's voices in Albany Hills. Brisbane Junior Theatre have just finishe... [more]
The costumes have been dug out, the choirs contacted and the giant blow ups dusted off. The Myer Christmas Parade is... [more]
12/12/2014 - 21/12/2014
Each year, the Brisbane Symphony Orchestra present a children's Concert as part of their programming, and this year ... [more]
23/11/2014 - 30/11/2014
There's something different about British Films. Is it their quirky humour? A different take on everyday life? Their... [more]
06/11/2014 - 16/11/2014
If you're looking for some night time entertainment, Jupiter's Casino's new production, Bon Voyage will take you on ... [more]
10/09/2014 - 05/10/2014
Following on from the success of their Strathpine Expo, BrisBricks are hosting their largest Expo ever in the Chandl... [more]
04/10/2014 - 06/10/2014
The Art and Design Precinct in West End are about to open their second to last exhibition, True Colours, this Friday... [more]
29/08/2014 - 17/09/2014
It's not often that you get to hear a saxophone performing with a symphony orchestra, however in Brisbane Symphony O... [more]
14/09/2014 - 21/09/2014
The Art and Design Precinct in West End have chosen to brighten up the cold July days with a new exhibition entitled... [more]
04/07/2014 - 23/07/2014
It is not often that Brisbane gets a taste of British culture and class, but on Saturday 5th June at the Redlands Pe... [more]
05/07/2014 - 06/07/2014
Vienna is synonymous with elegant buildings, beautiful music and romantic afternoons. It is this feeling which the B... [more]
22/06/2014 - 29/06/2014
Sometimes art workshops will lead to the discovery of brilliant new talent, and such has been the case with the Art ... [more]
06/06/2014 - 18/06/2014
It won't be long until the BrisBrick LEGO Fan Expo will once again be here, and with the popularity of the recent LEGO... [more]
07/06/2014 - 09/06/2014
On Friday May 23 and Saturday 24, Coeliac Queensland will once again present the Gluten Free Food Expo. Held at the ... [more]
24/05/2014 - 25/05/2014
Brisbane's very own diva, Mirusia, returns from touring around the world with Andre Rieu to present a special one ni... [more]
09/05/2014
Just in time for Mother's Day, the Art and Design Precinct are filling their gallery in West End with an exhibition of w... [more]
02/05/2014 - 14/05/2014
For their 21st Festival of Classics, 4MBS have put together a line-up of twenty-five fantastic events in which you wil... [more]
04/05/2014 - 01/06/2014
The Ipswich City Orchestra have chosen a special theme for their Proms Concert in 2014. On the eve of ANZAC day, the... [more]
24/04/2014
When vocal and orchestral forces combine to present rarely performed works, you know you will be in for a treat. Suc... [more]
04/05/2014
This Easter Sunday, why not attend an Easter Egg Hunt and yummy pancake breakfast to help raise money for a children w... [more]
20/04/2014
Westfield are getting good at setting up themed events for kids at holiday time, and this Easter is no exception. Th... [more]
07/04/2014 - 21/04/2014
Each year the Queensland Symphony Orchestra presents a series of concerts aimed specifically for children aged two t... [more]
15/04/2014 - 17/04/2014
Australia's Got Talent winners Uncle Jed are coming to Brisbane to share their unique sounds with Brisbane fans. Bro... [more]
10/04/2014
You don't usually see the words art and rugby in the same sentence, but this week these two very different activitie... [more]
28/03/2014 - 02/04/2014
Harmony Day is designed to encourage good relations and respect for the wide variety of cultural backgrounds to be f... [more]
22/03/2014
Beautiful music is a tonic for your well-being and this concert presented by singers from the Vocal Manoeuvres Ensem... [more]
22/03/2014
X-Factor Finalists JTR are performing at The Old Museum in Brisbane in March. The brothers, originally from Sweden ... [more]
16/03/2014
This week Brisbane art aficionados have a unique opportunity to see five of Brisbane's hard working artists' collect... [more]
21/02/2014 - 26/02/2014
The Golden Moon in Eastern Culture represents the arrival of a new age, as the moon spreads it's rays of light, spre... [more]
15/02/2014
This Valentine's Day, why not take a look at the darker side of love, at The Art and Design Precinct's latest exhibi... [more]
07/02/2014 - 19/02/2014
"French Women Don't Get Fat" was a bit of a revolutionary book for many women, inspiring a new way of living which d... [more]
05/02/2014 - 06/02/2014
Do you have a little girl who just loves the ballet and can't wait to dress up in her favourite tutu? If so, she wi... [more]
02/02/2014
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