Brisbane Australia Events

If you love tennis, there's nothing better than spending 10 days in Brisbane watching the stars of international tennis play their first match of the year. This weekend offers a variety of special events in and around Brisbane, from tennis to music, food and entertainment. The Brisbane Festival rounds off the weekend with a host of events across Brisbane, including the Australian Open, Brisbane International Tennis Championships and Brisbane Open Tennis Festival.

Enjoy non-stop family entertainment, hang out by the pool, see world-class kites, channel your inner roo with a kangaroo relay, try your luck at the Lamington Food Competition and see world-class kite classes.

Get your Greek and enjoy the best of Greek food, music, dancing, food stalls and more at this long-running Greek festival. Bring the whole family to Brisbane's first Greek Festival on Saturday, July 23 at the Brisbane Convention Centre.

Night Nudle Markets is one of Australia's largest food festivals heading to the capital, so expect a wide range of food, drink and entertainment from local and international suppliers. Check out The Jetty to get the best of what to expect at the Brisbane Food Festival on Saturday, July 23 and Sunday, August 1.

This prestigious event attracts Brisbane businesses to the field to showcase their fashion, enjoy the incredible weather and ride their horses. With a diverse population, many parks in Brisbane host numerous events, including the Brisbane International Film Festival, Brisbane Art Festival and Brisbane Beer Festival, to name a few. Brisbane is a great place for eating, drinking and entertaining, as well as a host of other activities.

There are hundreds of major events in Brisbane throughout the year, including the Brisbane International Film Festival, Brisbane Art Festival and Brisbane Beer Festival. Brisbane Festival activities are spread across the city, with events in the CBD, the city centre and southwest Brisbane. Brisbane has a number of festivals and events, as well as a variety of events for visitors from around the world.

There is a wide range of events in the city, from the Brisbane International Film Festival, Brisbane Art Festival and Brisbane Beer Festival to the annual Brisbane Festival of Arts, which showcases the best of Brisbane art, culture, music, arts and arts events. Brisbane Building Week, the first of its kind in Australia, focuses on the design and construction of new buildings and infrastructure in Brisbane, with a focus on affordable housing, education, health and education.

Held in an old power station on the Brisbane River, the Brisbane Comedy Festival attracts major Australian and international comedians every year, with new and emerging talent added each year. The comedy festival runs almost every month from late February to late March this year and is housed in the old Brisbane Power Station, the former home of the Queensland Power Company. The festival is a regular fixture at the Fringe Festival in Melbourne and regularly attracts top comedians including David Gleeson, Chris Rock, David Tennant and Chris O'Dowd, as well as comedians from around the world.

The Caxton Street Seafood and Wine Festival began as a celebration of Australian music, seafood and wine. The festival, which was launched in 2000, was so popular that it has since become the Brisbane Cabaret Festival.

If you are in Brisbane during the Riverfire season, the best vantage point is the tops of the Brisbane River, just a few hundred metres from the city centre. Lush, subtropical Brisbane is the perfect setting to enjoy some of Australia's most popular gastronomic and wine festivals, such as the Queensland Wine & Food Festival. Australian cuisine showcasing the latest and best food and gourmet cuisine, with local Queensland wines as the perfect accompaniment to your meal.

Every year, the Paniyiri Greek Festival attracts thousands of people from all over the world, as well as locals and visitors from all over Australia to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane for a journey of discovery, culture and festivals. What started as a group of passionate Greek Australians wanting to share their culture with Brisbane has over the years grown into one of Australia's largest and most popular live culture festivals, with over 1,000 participants.

A long tradition in Queensland, held annually since 1876 and a unique event for all ages, we round off our list of the most popular live cultural events in Brisbane with a visit to the Brisbane Greek Festival.

The International Film Festival offers audiences the opportunity to see a diverse cultural offering in a number of participating cinemas in Brisbane. Brisbane has a strong thirst for cultural celebrations, with festivals celebrating art, music, dance, art, literature, film, theatre and more. The Brisbane Greek Festival, as well as other festivals and events in the city, offers a wide variety of events.

Brisbane is a party town and food, drink and enjoyment is a firm favourite with foodies, so the Brisbane International Food and Wine Show at the Queensland Convention and Exhibition Centre will feature tastings from over 100 gourmet exhibitors throughout the show. Beer Incider is another fun festival where you can taste a wide range of beers from around the world as well as local and international craft beers. Brisbane's annual New Year's Eve Beer Festival is all about ringing in the new year in style.

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