Treasury Casino and Hotel

Brisbane City, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$300.00 to AU$1600.00 Room Only

From the energy, excitement and adventure of a 24 hour casino to the colonial charm of a deluxe hotel, the Treasury Casino and Hotel encompasses the best of both worlds, providing more choices in entertainment, dining and relaxation!

Situated in the heart of this sparkling river city, this magnificent hotel and casino occupies two of Australia's oldest and grandest heritage buildings, which have been meticulously restored to preserve the historical integrity.

Formerly known as the Treasury Building and the Lands Administration Building, they were constructed in various stages between 1886 and 1928.

Boasting a virtual restaurant district, the Treasury Casino and Hotel offers six restaurants, including the multiple award-winning lab bar and restaurant, Marco Polo and Cafe 21. In addition, live music is provided every night and there are seven bars to choose from when it's time to relax with a drink.

The old-world charm of the Treasury Heritage Hotel has also earned many awards for service and quality. With 130 rooms, the hotel has a distinct boutique style appreciated by both the corporate guest and the holiday maker.

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  • Broadband


  • 24 hour Reception
  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Cots Available
  • Dry Cleaning
  • Entertainment
  • Foreign Currency Exchange
  • Gymnasium
  • High Chair
  • Ice
  • Iron
  • Masseur/Masseuse
  • Non Smoking Floor
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Pets not allowed
  • Public Telephone
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Room Service
  • Sauna
  • Security System
  • Tour Desk


  • Gambling

Other Information


Hotel is completely wheelchair accessible, with six accessible rooms available.


Children up to 12 years of age are free of charge if using existing bedding. Rollaway beds available at an additional charge per night.
130 William Street
Brisbane City, Brisbane Area

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10 May 2014 – 6 September 2015
'Terrain', on show at GOMA, presents a survey of contemporary Indigenous Australian paintings and fibre works from starkly contrasting places and histories. The exhibition includes works from around Australia - Queensland, Tasmania, the Central and Western Deserts, Arnhem Land and Western Australia's Kimberley Coast.

The Collective Markets @ South Bank

Brisbane City, Brisbane Area
Free Entry
13 June 2014 – 13 June 2015
Discover objects you'll treasure forever at The Collective Markets. Embracing artisan culture, the market is a haven of unique goods - from eclectic and effortlessly cool fashions, to handmade jewellery, art and stylish homewares. More than 100 local creatives set up shop in the bustling Stanley Street Plaza on weekends, creating a vibrant atmosphere. Take your time moseying about the markets, and you'll discover that works from local photographers, discerning crafts, collectables and vintage fashions are also part of the eclectic mix. Afterwards, soak up a spot of live music strummed by local musicians, or retire to a nearby cafe or watering hole to watch the world continue to bustle on by. By shopping at The Collective Markets, not only will you discover such treasures, but you'll also be showing your support for local creative entrepreneurs, emerging designers and vintage collectors.
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26 July 2014 – 24 May 2015
'Sublime' on show at QAG, features artworks which create wonder and uncertainty for audiences. The works explore sacred architectures, sublime geometries and the power of the natural world. The exhibition includes large-scale installations that transform perceptions of space, such as Zilvinas Kempinas's Columns 2006, Michael Sailstorfer's Wolken (Clouds) 2010, and the newly acquired video installation Raumlichtkunst (Space-Light-Art) c.1926/2012 by Oskar Fischinger. A landmark reconstruction by the Centre for Visual Music, Los Angeles, of Fischinger's historic performances that combined abstract art, cinema and music, it is being displayed for the first time in Australia, after recent showings at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, London's Tate Modern and the Palais de Tokyo, Paris.
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6 September 2014 – 20 September 2015
2014 marks 25 years of Heisei - the current era in the Japanese imperial calendar - as well as 25 years of QAGOMA's engagement with the contemporary art of Japan. This exhibition allows visitors to consider recent Japanese history through the art of an extraordinary time. Artists include Yayoi Kusama, Yasumasa Morimura, Takahiro Iwasaki and Tsuyoshi Ozawa. The exhibition also provides an opportunity for audiences to see new acquisitions by Daido Moriyama, Nobuyoshi Araki, Tadasu Takamine, Meiro Koizumi and Sachiko Kazama.
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18 October 2014 – 1 November 2015
This collection display at QAG, dedicated to Indigenous Australian art, explores ideas underpinning the Dreaming - or as seminal Australian anthropologist and essayist WEH Stanner posited, the 'Everywhen' - where knowledge and history from all times combine to inform contemporary and future existence. Major works from the Gallery's collection of Indigenous Australian art from the turn of the nineteenth century to the present provide visitors with a grounding in the history, ideas and art of our first peoples and cultures.

David Lynch: Between Two Worlds (GOMA)

South Brisbane, Brisbane Area
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14 March – 7 June 2015
'David Lynch: Between Two Worlds' at GOMA explores the work of renowned American filmmaker and visual artist David Lynch. For nearly 50 years, Lynch's innovative, influential and distinctive artistic output has been integral to his overall creative vision. Developed closely with Lynch, the exhibition includes over 200 works illustrating the artist's wide-ranging oeuvre - drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, mixed media, music, film and video. Throughout the exhibition period, audiences can view a retrospective of Lynch's films, videos and works for television in the Gallery's Australian Cinémathèque. The exhibition also includes a full program of talks and lectures, as well as musical performances and events celebrating the anniversary of television series Twin Peaks 1990-91.
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27 March – 5 October 2015
Get ready to experience a close encounter with some of the most extraordinary creatures to ever walk the earth. Their new interactive exhibition features all your favourite dinosaurs including Tyrannosaurus Rex, Spinosaurus and Triceratops as well as some extraordinary and rarely seen species including the Australian Australovenator and Queensland's very own Muttaburrasaurus. Experience what the world was like during the Cretaceous period, 145 to 66 Million years ago and come face to face with the giants of the past. Download the interactive Dinosaur Discoveries App and bring the dinosaurs to life. Free from Apple iTunes and the Google Play store. Open daily, 9.30am to 5pm. Book now through the website, by phoning or by visiting the ticket desk on level two of the Museum. Admission charges apply. Priority timed ticketing is available.
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28 March – 21 June 2015
'Michael Parekowhai: The Promised Land' at GOMA, is a major exhibition of one of New Zealand's leading contemporary artists, featuring spectacular new works and key loans alongside a selection from the Gallery's own Collection. Parekowhai's unique practice is characterised by a refined aesthetic and an engagement with the creation and role of culture in the contemporary world. Primarily sculptural, his works often play with scale and space, using humour to comment on the intersections between national narratives, colonial histories and popular culture. Parekowhai is known for bringing together an array of references, sometimes in a single object, with in-jokes and snippets of personal biography sitting side-by-side with art historical playfulness and big-picture cultural critique. 'The Promised Land' will see the Gallery transformed into an immersive environment for viewing art: a 'memory palace' within which to discover photography and sculpture spanning more than two decades of Parekowhai's expansive practice.
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28 March – 14 June 2015
2015 marks 120 years since the founding of the Queensland National Art Gallery, now QAGOMA. An exhibition of works on show at QAG, acquired in the first two decades of the Gallery's establishment offers a fascinating insight into the individuals who defined the earliest art collections, as well as a glimpse into the years preceding World War One, in which a sense of local and national identity was rapidly forming. The exhibition presents some of the most loved and iconic works acquired during this period, including Blandford Fletcher's Evicted 1887 (purchased 1896), Josephine Müntz-Adams's Care c.1893 (the first Australian acquisition; purchased 1898) and R Godfrey Rivers Under the jacaranda 1903 (purchased 1903).

Anywhere Festival - Brisbane

Teneriffe, Brisbane Area
7 – 24 May 2015
Anywhere Festival is a festival of performance anywhere but a theatre in the nooks and crannies of Brisbane. From West End to Zillmere, Goodna to Carina. If you are looking for a way to see Brisbane as you never thought possible, Anywhere Festival is it! Over 18 days experience over 400 performances in 27 suburbs: comedy in alleys, plays in parks, music in backyards, poetry in bowling clubs, walking tours, kids events and events where your surroundings become the performance. Grab the full program from the website. Anywhere Theatre Festival Limited is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland, part of the Department of Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts.
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