• Meet the wildlife at the wetlands

    Saturday, February 10, 2018, 10am – 12pm
    Meet some live native animals usually found in the wetlands, bush, and even in our backyards. Learn about snakes, frogs, birds, lizards and more with a wildlife experience contractor. Australia has some of the most interesting and unique animals in the world. Children have an opportunity to get up close and personal while learning about these fascinating creatures.
    Cost: FreeEvent type: Family events, Free, GreenBookings: No
  • Explore Karawatha Forest with your family

    Saturday, February 10, 2018, 10 – 11am
    Come and discover the wonder of Karawatha Forest through a family friendly guided walk along the 1.2 km Ironbark Circuit. Learn to spot clues of local wildlife and discover interesting facts about the plants that make up this unique reserve.  After the walk enjoy children’s activities and displays at the centre.
    Cost: FreeEvent type: Family events, Fitness & well-being, Free, GreenBookings: No bookings required.
  • Family fitness in nature

    Wednesday, February 7, 2018, 9:30 – 10:30am
    The whole family can get together, get fit and get back to nature at Karawatha Forest. Afterwards you can explore the reserve and visit the centre.
    Cost: FreeEvent type: Fitness & well-being, FreeBookings: Not required. For more information call Suanne from Fitness Forever on 0414 437 616.Meeting point: ReceptionRequirements: Sun protection, fully enclosed shoes, insect repellent and drinking water.Age: 
  • OPAcize­™ Dance Fitness

    Tuesday, February 6, 2018, 7 – 8pm
    OPAcize™ is a dance fitness class to cool Greek beats that is so much fun to do, you'll hardly realise you're exercising - its a party-in-a-workout bringing Kefi (fun in Greek) which promotes both physical and emotional well-being.The program is designed to be accessible for all ages and all fitness levels - everyone is welcome. You don't have to be Greek to OPAcize™ - OPA!For more information visit OPAcise.
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  • Severe weather community street meet - Toowong

    Perrin Park, ToowongSunday, February 4, 2018, 10am – 12:30pm
    Brisbane City Council is helping residents prepare for severe weather by running 'street meet' events in association with Queensland Fire and Emergency Services.Come along to have a chat about local bushfire risk and how to prepare your property and family for wild weather – bushfire, flooding and severe storms.Enjoy a free sausage sizzle and giveaways.Make sure you can weather any storm. Be informed, be safe, be
  • Brisbane Broncos player accused of assaulting woman - Courier Mail

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    The Broncos player, who cannot be named for legal reasons, allegedly had “slapped and manhandled” a woman on Sunday night. It is understood the woman was known to the player. Queensland Police today confirmed no charges have been laid at this stage ...
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    Charges have not been laid against an unnamed Broncos player accused of assaulting a woman known to him. Despite media reports saying the matter is before the courts, Queensland Police confirmed no charges have been laid at this stage. “Queensland ...
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  • Brisbane lawmakers bristle, growl at Baylands housing - Curbed SF

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    The Brisbane City Council decided Tuesday to study the possibility of giving the green light to much-needed housing in the Baylands, the huge, 684-acre vacant site south of San Francisco owned by developer Universal Paragon Corporation (UPC). However ...
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  • Brisbane Roar v Perth Glory: stats preview - Hyundai A-League

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    Did you know Perth Glory have won three of their last four Hyundai A-League matches played on a Thursday? And that each of those victories came by a score of 2-1? For all your need-to-know stats ahead of Roar's clash with Glory at Suncorp Stadium on ...
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  • Bring on the BBL Heat, says Brisbane - The Sunshine Coast Daily

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    Jimmy Peirson sets off for a run during a BBL game at the Gabba. Bradley Kanaris. Use this content. by Terry Mallinder. CRICKET: Brisbane Heat will welcome the challenge of needing to win their final two home-and-away games of the BBL to reach the semi ...and more »
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    LEADING VOICE: Fairfax MP Ted O'Brien has been pushing hard for the Sunshine Coast rail upgrade. Patrick Woods. Use this content. Sarah Barnham. by Sarah Barnham. Sarah Barnham. Full Profile Login to follow. THE Sunshine Coast has been shortlisted for ...
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    YOU'VE got to be quick if you want one of the limited selection of properties up for auction in Brisbane - a third of those scheduled for this weekend have already sold. Sophie Foster. The Courier-MailJanuary 18, 20181:00am. 16 Wooloowin Avenue ...
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  • JFK terminal executive flies in to take helm at Brisbane airport - Courier Mail

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    BRISBANE Airport Corporation (BAC) has appointed a senior executive of New York's John F Kennedy International Airport to be its next chief executive. Gert-Jan De Graaff, who worked at Brisbane Airport in various roles between 2007 and 2012, will take ...
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  • Brisbane builder begins his dream to replace Festival Hall - Brisbane Times

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    One of Brisbane's leading builders and music philanthropists has put his money where his mouth is and started work on Brisbane's new $43 million “Festival Hall” in Fortitude Valley. Early internal demolition has started at 312 Brunswick Street inside ...and more »
  • Brisbane Heat suffer training blow as Joe Burns injured ahead of Sydney Sixers clash - Courier Mail

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    BRISBANE Heat's Big Bash finals hopes have copped another blow after in-form batsman Joe Burns was injured at training on Wednesday. Burns is battling to face the resurgent Sydney Sixers at the SCG in Thursday night's must-win clash after aggravating a ...
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  • The moment police stop a car driving down a Brisbane pedestrian boardwalk - ABC Online

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    Surveillance camera footage has been released showing the moment police stopped an allegedly drunk and unlicensed woman driving down a busy bike and pedestrian boardwalk. The woman drove down the wooden boardwalk, which runs along the Brisbane river ...
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  • Commute chaos after multi-vehicle crash on Milton Rd, Milton - Courier Mail

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    The outbound lanes reopened about 3.30pm after an hour-long closure as emergency services rushed to clean up a diesel spill and debris on the road. The crash on Milton Rd. Picture: Sarah Marshall. The accident happened when a truck's semi-trailer ...and more »
  • Brisbane Roar chairman in town as club battles to steady ship - Courier Mail

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    BRISBANE Roar chairman Rahim Soekasah has arrived in Queensland, with the struggling three-time A-League champions battling to steady their ship on and off the field. Rocked by the resignation of football director Craig Moore, the Roar stumble from one ...and more »
  • Neo-Nazi group says posters on Brisbane bikeway “all placed by our activists” - Courier Mail

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    Neo-Nazi group says posters on Brisbane bikeway “all placed by our activists”
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    AUSTRALIAN white power group Antipodean Resistance has claimed responsibility for the distribution of posters featuring Swastikas along the Kedron Brook Bikeway. A spokesperson for the group this morning said posters, found yesterday at Grange ...and more »
  • YouTube prankster to face court over Brisbane bridge jump - NEWS.com.au

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    A YOUTUBER is set to face court after being caught jumping off Brisbane's Goodwill Bridge as part of a dangerous viral stunt. Ally Foster. news.com.auJanuary 17, 20182:47pm. Video; Image. Play Video. Play. Mute. 0:00. /. 0:00. Loaded: 0%. Progress: 0 ...
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  • Free Movie in the Pool - Sing

    Friday, January 26, 2018, 6 – 9pm
    Bring the whole family to a good ol' Aussie Day Barbie and watch the movie Sing (G), poolside (or in the pool).Don’t forget to bring a folding chair, rug or cushion and settle in for a great evening’s entertainment. Food available for purchase from 6pm. Donations welcome.This event is proudly supported by the Lord Mayor's Suburban Initiative Fund.For more information about this event visit Cereal for Coffee.
    Venue: Hibiscus Sport
  • Sam Tagataese's assignment with Brisbane Broncos could cost him a future contract extension - Fox Sports

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    Sam Tagataese has been tasked with helping to usher in a young brigade of Broncos forwards into the top grade. Photo: Courtesy of Brisbane BroncosSource: Supplied. IF Sam Tagataese does the job Brisbane have recruited him for then he will likely be ...and more »
  • Adult dance classes

    Monday, January 22, 2018, 7 – 8pm
    Come along to Wynnum Community Centre to join in on Adult dance classes for fun and fitness. Styles vary each week including contemporary, pop/commercial hip hop and musical theatre.Classes cost $15. Perfect for beginners to advanced dancers. All welcome.
    Age: 17-50 years oldAge range: Young adults, Adults (30+), SeniorsCost: $15Event type: Fitness & well-being, WorkshopsCommunity hall: Wynnum Community CentreBoo
  • Third arrest over Brisbane test drive car theft - Courier Mail

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    The alleged theft and assault of the Audi happened on Monday night when four men arrived at a Runcorn house with two of the men, both 18, taking the car for a test run with the home's 33-year-old resident and his 21-year-old friend, Queensland Police ...and more »
  • Rennie leads Rocky Horror in Brisbane - Daily Mail

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    The Rocky Horror show is set to begin its Brisbane run, with rising star Adam Rennie continuing to earn praise as the replacement for embattled former lead Craig McLachlan. Additional performances through late January and early February have been added ...and more »
  • Airport stakes hot property as bankers hone in on Brisbane - The Australian Financial Review

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    Attention has shifted to Brisbane Airport, following Auckland International Airport's deal to sell a stake in Cairns Airport owner North Queensland Airports. Glenn Hunt. by; Sarah Thompson · Anthony Macdonald · Joyce Moullakis. A $1 billion-odd stake ...and more »
  • Car drives onto Brisbane bike and pedestrian boardwalk - ABC Local

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  • Brisbane Roar football director Craig Moore leaves club to 'explore new opportunities' - Courier Mail

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    The struggling A-League club on Tuesday announced that Socceroos legend Moore had resigned as football director. It's understood Moore's resignation caught managing director David Pourre off guard, but coach John Aloisi – who brought Brisbane's former ...
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  • Culture Club: Queensland arts, theatre and music news - Courier Mail

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    IT WAS a hit book and has turned out to be a hit play, too, and the big news is it is coming to Brisbane. In fact, we are getting the British production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time first on its national tour. We love that. It's ...
  • FTTOA Nundah development will rip out the heart and soul of the village, residents say - Courier Mail

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    FTTOA Nundah development will rip out the heart and soul of the village, residents say
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    IRRITATED residents fighting to stop a multi-level development from stripping a leafy Brisbane “village” of its heart and soul have an ally in a former political heavyweight. Family-owned business FTTOA plans to demolish a number of premises, including ...and more »
  • Do you recognise Brisbane of the past? Take our time-travelling quiz and find out - ABC Online

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    Do you recognise Brisbane of the past? Take our time-travelling quiz and find out
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    Plenty has changed over the decades and we want to see how well you remember things. With a bit of help from photographer Nick Verburgt and his "interactive time-machine" thennnow, we're taking you back to Brisbane of yesteryear. What bridge is being ...
  • Elska

    Saturday, January 27, 2018, 5 – 7:30pm
    Elska performs at 5pm, 6pm and 7pm, outside the WintergardenWho is that girl creating a hurricane of sound with a harp and loop pedal? She is Elska. Commanding attention for her unconventional live performance with a harp, Elska is an emerging Australian artist breaking the mould of pop music. Looping hook-filled harp melodies with percussive harp beats, Elska's hurricane of sound is backed by her husky voice, sassy stage presence and charis
  • Every Day I Wait - Anne Scott Wilson

    Friday, January 5, 2018, 10am – 7pm
    Multidisciplinary artist Anne Scott Wilson draws on her past as a professional ballet dancer to explore the mental and physical dedication of dancers, their agony, and endurance relative to the fleeting moments of glory as a performer.Her works integrate video, photography, performance, sound, and installation to immerse the viewer in an almost physical experience that elicits a sense of what it is to move like a ballet dancer - weightless moti
  • Tobias

    Friday, January 5, 2018, 5 – 7:30pm
    Tobias performs at 5pm, 6pm and 7pm, outside the Wintergarden.Melbourne-based songwriter Toby Robinson's passion for roots and folk fires both his songwriting and his band’s intimate live performances. Filled with heart, honesty, and history, Tobias's music is sunshine for the soul.For more information visit Visit Brisbane.
    Venue: Queen Street Mall, Brisbane CityVenue address: Queen Street Mall, Queen Street, Brisbane CityParent
  • Shanon Watkins

    Saturday, January 13, 2018, 5 – 7:30pm
    Shanon Watkins performs at 5pm, 6pm and 7pm, outside the Wintergarden.Hailing from the outskirts of Brisbane, Shanon Watkins is a stocky, tattooed, red-haired, left-handed bloke; not quite the picture that first comes to mind when you think singer-songwriter. But sing and song-write he does, with an infectious and enthusiastic approach that sets the mood, along with his soulful, rich and gritty vocals. Shanon's songs are known to blur the li
  • Sanju

    Sunday, January 21, 2018, 12 – 1:30pm
    SANJU births his sounds by incorporating his emotions from his past and present while also infusing his own natural acoustic guitar finger-picking style. His unique and soft, child-like voice captures his sensitive and breaking soul, as he enchants the audience through his vulnerable and honest lyrics combined with his distinctively mellifluous tunes. Inspired and captivated by the sound of the acoustic guitar being played by his father and b
  • Raasa

    Friday, January 26, 2018, 5 – 7:30pm
    Raasa performs at 5pm, 6pm and 7pm, outside the Wintergarden.Raasa performs classical music for tabla and sitar from the eastern deserts of Rajasthan to the Himalayan ranges, capturing the sounds and moods of the people while also incorporating the haunting sound of the bass bamboo flute from the valleys of Rishikesh.For more information visit Visit Brisbane.
    Venue: Queen Street Mall, Brisbane CityVenue address: Queen Street Mall, Qu
  • O'Brien Ensemble

    Saturday, January 6, 2018, 5 – 7:30pm
    O'Brian Ensemble performs at 5pm, 6pm and 7pm, outside the Wintergarden.The O’Brien Ensemble is an acoustic swing group inspired by the great acoustic swing musicians like Stochelo Rosenberg, Django Reinhardt and even Carlos Santana. There are interesting stories about each and here is Django's story. He became one of the 20th century's most important guitarists out of unfortunate circumstance, after suffering burns as a young guitarist
  • Nikolaine Martin

    Friday, January 5, 2018, 4:30 – 7pm
    Nikolaine Martin will perform at 4.30pm, 5.30pm and 6.30pm at Milano in Queen Street Mall.This Australian alternative multi-instrumentalist, multi-genre, roots artist has been compared to the likes of John Butler among others. Nikolaine Martin is a local Queensland artist, known for blues-roots and a reggae twist. Almost 20 years in the Brisbane - Gold Coast underground music scene has resulted in a number of musical collaborations including th
  • Leo Altarelli

    Friday, January 12, 2018, 4:30 – 7pm
    Leo Altarelli plays at 4.30pm, 5.30pm and 6.30pm at Milano in Queen Street Mall.Leo Altarelli is a naturally talented and experienced performer originating from the UK. He is a singer-songwriter influenced by blues, jazz, roots and folk. A multi-instrumentalist delivering soulful vocals and beautiful melodic songs, who at 34 has already had a long and varied career, playing around the world with awards and accolades along the way.For more info
  • Kelsey Berrington

    Thursday, January 25, 2018, 12:30 – 3pm
    Kelsey Berrington plays at 12.30pm, 1.30pm and 2.30pm at Fig Trees in Queen Street Mall.Kelsey Berrington is a singer/songwriter with a passion for music as fiery as his red hair. His soft, folk storytelling style can captivate an audience and melt your heart. From London to Melbourne he has played venues large and small, singing about his experiences and his reflections about life and love.For more information visit Visit Brisbane.
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  • Josh Mcnz

    Friday, January 12, 2018, 5 – 7:30pm
    Josh Mcnz performs at 5pm, 6pm and 7pm, outside the Wintergarden.Composed and envisioned in the walls of his bedroom, temporary is the creative vision and debut release of Brisbane-based musician and songwriter Josh Mcnz.temporary provides mellow tones complemented by soul-filled lyrics, creating a raw, stripped-back style of music. With a unique voice and songwriting style to match, Josh Mcnz brings a fresh approach to his music on every leve
  • Cadence

    Saturday, January 20, 2018, 5 – 7:30pm
    Cadence performs at 5pm, 6pm and 7pm, outside the Wintergarden.Latin guitarist and stage veteran James Diamond joins forces with his younger student for the Conservatorium of Music, Justin Husband, to bring a dynamic guitar duo called Cadence. Justin brings his stylistic country/bluegrass playing into the mix. One minute, Cadence will be playing a fiery Latin piece and the next will break into a bluegrass medley followed by a soulful blues.F
  • Adam Scriven

    Friday, January 19, 2018, 5 – 7:30pm
    Adam Scriven performs at 5pm, 6pm and 7pm, outside the Wintergarden.With sweeping lap-slide licks, lively rhythms and upbeat vocal styles, Adam's passionate mix of acoustic/electric blues, folk, rock and roots is captivating audiences along Australia's East Coast. Incorporating intricate finger picking, virtuoso and percussive guitar techniques, yidaki (didgeridoo), harmonica, an infectious foot stomp and conscious lyrics, Adam's songs are ins
  • Miracle City

    Wednesday, January 24, 2018, 7:30 – 9pm
    Discover one of Musical Theatre’s best kept secrets with Nick Enright and Max Lambert’s Australian made masterpiece, Miracle City.Without doubt one of the most celebrated and adored pieces of Australian Theatre, MIRACLE CITY has been hailed by critics as ‘A Triumph of Australian Musical Theatre’ – The Guardian, ‘Superb’ – Daily review and ‘Unique, Powerful & Exhilarating’ &ndas
  • Australia Day at South Bank

    Friday, January 26, 2018, 11am – 8pm
    Celebrate the great outdoors this Australia Day at South Bank. Bring the family, pack a picnic, pull up some grass and enjoy free live music at River Quay from 11am to 7.30pm. Then, be dazzled by an impressive fireworks display from the banks of the Brisbane River from 7:30pm. For more information head to qld.australiaday.org.au.Please remember to leave your alcoholic beverages at home as the Parklands will be a strictly no alcohol zone f
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