Get the best out of the river city with a few of our favourite seasonal Brisbane events!
Brisbane foodies are in for a treat, with a mouth-watering new food and art experience at the Powerhouse.
Night Feast boasts a line-up of Brisbane’s top gourmet chef’s as they showcase their signature dishes alongside immersive art, light installations, and performances from the 1st-26th March.
For a free and laid back family night out, grab some snacks and catch a movie in March & April at Outdoor Cinema in the Suburbs.
From DC League of Pets in Acacia Ridge to Zootopia for the Easter weekend at Victoria Park, it’s a night out all will enjoy under the stars.
Brisbane City Council run these year-round, so keep an eye on the schedule!
At first thought, Brisbane Cycling Festival may sound like an event reserved for the spandex-warriors, however this fun day out is well worth a look for all.
Running March 15 to April 16, and hosting freestyle BMX displays and kids learn-to-ride workshops, as well as food, wine, craft beers, and entertainment for the whole family, it is an event sure to surprise many with its diversity!
Once the kids have had their fill of BMX, the school holidays also bring great educational and fun activities to our city, with dinosaurs popping up at Queensland Museum and in South Bank!
From 17 March, head to the Dinosaurs of Patagonia exhibit at the museum, where sixteen life-size skeletons of dinosaurs who once roamed the wilderness of South America will be on display, including the largest known dinosaur – the Patagotitan.
Another opportunity to get up close and personal with our prehistoric friends is at the South Bank Piazza from 22 – 26 March, with Earth’s Prehistoric Picnic.
A live show brought to life with puppetry and realistic soundtracks, enjoy a picnic with an exhilarating edge!
Looking ahead, book the baby-sitter now and get your tickets to the 2023 installation of the Brisbane Comedy Festival!
Kicking off April 28 and running throughout May, this year’s line-up features a ‘hand-picked selection of the funniest folk in the country’, including The Umbilical Brothers, Mel Buttle, and Andy Saunders.