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Brisbane City YHA

Brisbane City, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$61.00 to AU$142.50 Room Only

The award winning Brisbane City YHA boasts modern, state of the art facilities designed for the twenty-first century budget traveller, with a unique Australian theme throughout. Located a short walk from the central business district, this YHA offers modern air-conditioned multi-share, double, twin and family rooms (many with ensuites). The hostel features a rooftop pool and sundeck overlooking the Brisbane River and city skyline, indoor and outdoor dining, large kitchen, television lounges and games room with Nintendo Wii, secure parking and free wi-fi hotspot. There is a YHA Travel and Tours desk at reception that can help you with great value tours in Brisbane, Queensland and Australia and an on-site cafe/bar. (Please note: their cafe/bar is currently closed until further notice).

Experience the relaxed cosmopolitan lifestyle of Queensland's capital city. Brisbane is built around a winding river and offers unique outdoor living in a sub-tropical climate. Take a City Cat ferry along the river, enjoy views of the city from Mount Coot-tha lookout, visit South Bank Parklands or dine alfresco at cafes along the river. Take a day trip to nearby Moreton or Stradbroke Islands or to the Gold and Sunshine Coasts' pristine beaches and hinterlands.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Automatic Teller Machine
  • Bar
  • Bicycle Hire
  • Car park
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Lounge
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Communal Shower
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Electronic Funds Transfer at Point Of Sale
  • Entertainment
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Interconnecting rooms
  • Iron
  • Laundry
  • Lockers
  • Non Smoking Floor
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Pets not allowed
  • Public Telephone
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Sun deck
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk
  • TV/Lounge Area

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Disabled facilities are available. There is a disabled room with ensuite, access is via lift and/or ramp.

Children:

Children are welcome provided they are accompanied by an adult and the hostel is notified in advance. Children are not permitted in multi-share rooms.
392 Upper Roma Street
Brisbane City, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

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18 October 2014 – 30 June 2016
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.

Robyn Stacey: Cloud Land

Brisbane City, Brisbane Area
Free Entry
18 September 2015 – 3 April 2016
Robyn Stacey is one of Australia's preeminent contemporary photographers. Her new body of work for Museum of Brisbane reveals some of our city's most familiar places, buildings and landmarks in a completely new way. Stacey uses one of the oldest photographic techniques invented more than 1,000 years ago, the camera obscura. She gives this technology a bold and surprising reinvention as her work turns entire rooms into the surface of a photograph, casting the view from the outside in. Her dreamlike works capture a moment in time, exploring both the history of the location and the personal stories of the subjects featured within these unique landscapes- offering an intimate and provocative look at our city. Discover the changing nature of Brisbane's landscape through Robyn Stacey: Cloud Land.
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21 November 2015 – 10 April 2016
The world's largest exhibition of art from Australia, Asia and the Pacific returns for 'The 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art' (APT8), with works by more than 80 artists reflecting the expanding creative diversity of the region. This year the APT emphasises performance, with live action, video, kinetic art, figurative painting and sculpture exploring how the human form can express cultural, social and political ideas. Major new commissions include a sprawling structural installation of reclaimed timber by India's Asim Waqif and a mesmerising suspended sculpture by South Korea's Haegue Yang. Experience the special projects Kalpa Vriksha: Contemporary Indigenous and Vernacular Art of India - the first major display of its kind in Australia - and the Melanesian performance project Yumi Danis (We Dance), which emerged from a creative exchange in Ambrym, Vanuatu, in 2014. In addition, the exhibition encompasses APT8 Kids, APT8 Cinema, APT8 Live and more.

Medieval Power: Symbols and Splendour

South Brisbane, Brisbane Area
11 December 2015 – 10 April 2016
The might of Medieval Europe storms the walls of Queensland Museum later this year, in an exclusive exhibition from the British Museum: Medieval Power: Symbols and Splendour. Queensland Museum will be the first in the world to host this incredible new exhibition.

Appalling Behaviour

New Farm, Brisbane Area
10 – 13 February 2016
Presented by Brisbane Powerhouse and Wax Lyrical Productions. Local rising star Tom Markiewicz inhabits the very edges of society in this exciting new adaptation of Stephen House's darkly poetic monologue. Based on the playwright's own experiences of living on the streets of Paris, director Shane Pike's edgy interpretation will take you to the darkest corners of addiction, sexuality and sanity in Wax Lyrical's gritty production. With a live musical accompaniment provided by the talented composer/performer Silvan Rus, this is sure to be a night you will never forget. This event is part of MELT: A Celebration of Queer Arts and Culture 2016.
13 February 2016
The Harvey Norman Rugby League All Stars is back at Suncorp Stadium. The best Indigenous players in Rugby League will take on the NRL All Stars. The Harvey Norman Rugby League All Stars has been an outstanding success and is one of Rugby League's most celebrated events. The emotion, atmosphere, excitement and pace of the All Stars is something best experienced live and with the return to Suncorp Stadium, it promises to be a memorable night with some of Rugby Leagues biggest names looking to get their season off to the best possible start.

Street Squad - Visual Exhibition and Live Art

Fortitude Valley, Brisbane Area
Free Entry
13 February 2016
A visual exhibition of emerging and mid career Brisbane artists showcasing their works as apart of Brisbane Street Art Festival 2016, hosted by The Brisbane Collective. A collection of visual art, design, craft, photography, street art, paste-ups, animation and live music will be showcased for a one night only pop-up event. Be apart of their massive collaborative night: Submit your own stickers, handmade slaps and paste-ups and help them decorate their 'Wall Of Gratitude'. A range of art will be on sale with interactive activities and flair cocktail specials running all night. While they support the artform known as graffiti, they do not condone any act or form of vandalism or any illegal activity relating to such whether it be to private, commercial, or public property. Anyone that defaces the venue will be strictly removed and banned from the venue and police will be notified.

Knee Deep

Fortitude Valley, Brisbane Area
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18 – 20 February 2016
Internationally renowned Casus Circus present their premiere work Knee Deep. Now in its 4th wildly successful year, four performers explore the boundaries of strength and fragility. Bodies are pushed and pulled, weighed and tested, unlikely bonds are forged and acts of intimacy cohabit space with thrilling physical feats. The Casus artists bring a raw emotional edge and honesty to the stage revealing the strong connection of the quartet throughout the journey. Delicacy does not necessarily equate to fragility, although it is often a fine line the performers tread. Casus Circus have been supported by the Judith Wright Centre's Fresh Ground program, made possible through Arts Queensland.
25 February 2016
Brisbane Writers Festival invites you to spend an evening with the incomparable Elizabeth Gilbert in their first event of 2016. Elizabeth will share her insights into embracing curiosity, facing fears and pursuing passions, and the art of living a creative life. Come along for a not to be missed conversation celebrating the 10 year anniversary of the international bestselling memoir 'Eat, Pray, Love' and the release of her new book 'Big Magic'. "If a more likeable writer than Gilbert is currently in print, I haven't found him or her ... Gilbert's prose is fuelled by a mix of intelligence, wit and colloquial exuberance that is close to irresistible, and makes the reader only too glad to join the posse of friends and devotees who have the pleasure of listening in" - Jennifer Egan, New York Times Book Review.

Medieval Power: Symbols and Splendour After Dark

South Brisbane, Brisbane Area
26 February 2016
Join them for an evening of performances, music and fashion parades, enjoy a drink on arrival and exclusive after dark access to their Medieval Power: Symbols and Splendour exhibition. Please note, this is an 18 years and over event. Identification may be requested on entry. After Dark events will be held on four dates only: 11 December 2015, 29 January 2016, 26 February 2016 and 8 April 2016.
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