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Treasury Casino and Hotel

Brisbane City, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$300 to AU$1600

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.

Internet Access

  • Broadband Internet Access

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Foreign Currency Exchange
  • Gymnasium
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Public Telephone
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Sauna
  • Tour Desk

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
130 William Street
Brisbane City, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

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MAYO Arts Festival

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27 May 2016
On Friday 27 May and Saturday 28 May, St Margaret’s biennial MAYO Arts Festival will once again take its place in Queensland's cultural calendar. The festival will be officially launched 6.30pm Friday 27 May at the opening night cocktail party. This event will prove to be the first opportunity for guests to purchase their favourite piece of art from the magnificent collection on exhibition. On Saturday 28 May, midday ushers in the festival in full swing with a range of free and ticketed activities, rides, workshops and entertainment for all ages. MAYO Arts Festival guests can roll up their sleeves and release their inner artist with a variety of workshops hosted by some of their most talented artists and community members. Workshops also offer guests the chance to create their own jewellery; stitch or weave a colourful keepsake; assemble a micro-climate terrarium, and even design their own wearable floral head piece. Adding to the festival atmosphere will be a steady stream of performances as well as gourmet food and wine offerings in the food laneway, where festival goers can taste the flavours of international cuisine or nibble on a variety of sweet and savoury carnival snacks from sideshow alley.

Xmas in July Cruise

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23 July 2016
Christmas cheer comes early with Kookaburra Showboat’s Xmas in July cruises. Eat, drink and be merry on board the iconic Kookaburra Queen paddle wheelers this July. Get into the festive spirit with a three hour cruise on the Brisbane River, live entertainment and let’s not forget a delicious Christmas buffet feast. Indulge in a Christmas themed carvery and seafood buffet as you enjoy live entertainment playing party favourites and Christmas classics all night long! Gather your friends, colleagues and family together and celebrate with them over the month of July!

Royal Queensland Show (Ekka)

Multiple Locations
5 August 2016
The Royal Queensland Show, or Ekka as it's most commonly known, is Queensland's largest annual event. Held over ten full days, Ekka showcases life and achievements in the Sunshine State, bringing visitors from all across Queensland and Australia to the heart of Brisbane. Ekka began in 1876, attracting 17,000 visitors to the grounds and is now Queensland's most celebrated event with an average attendance of 400,000 visitors annually. 2016 marks the 139th show and brings with it a variety of talent, culture, produce, fun and entertainment.
Free Entry
25 May 2016
In 2015, object and furniture designer Rachel Vosila set out to blur the lines between art and design with her One a Week sculptural art project. The year-long project saw the talented artist design and construct a new, original chair every week for a year. That’s 52 chairs in 52 weeks. The exhibition is on display at Homemaker The Valley to act as your source of creative inspiration. See the entire collection of 52 chairs for yourself – and meet the internationally acclaimed artist – at Homemaker The Valley, Brisbane.

Bigsound

Multiple Locations
7 September 2016
Bigsound is Australia's premier festival of new music. Bigsound is where the world discovers Australian music. For two nights every September, a vibrant collection of musicians, music industry professionals and music lovers from across the globe assemble in Brisbane's Fortitude Valley to witness the best new Australian music. Bigsound's fifteenth incarnation in 2016 promises to deliver the same atmosphere of innovation and togetherness that has come to define its place in the international music industry calendar. Come and be thrilled by 150 of Australia's best new artists, across 15 stages in Fortitude Valley's special entertainment precinct.

Anywhere Festival - Brisbane

Multiple Locations
4 May 2017
Discover the nooks and crannies of Brisbane in a way you never expected during Anywhere Festival. From West End to Zillmere, Goodna to Carina, feel like an in the know insider as you discover places and events even the locals didn't know existed. Over 17 days experience over 500 events from performances in all the suburbs of Brisbane: comedy in alleys, fashion parades in backyards, poetry in bowling clubs, walking tours on bridges, special retail, restaurant and kids events along with special happenings. Grab the full program from the website when it is launched end of March, grab some friends and family and explore a real festival of everything Brisbane has to offer in what has been described as one of the "Top Nine Fine International Festivals You Must See!". Anywhere Theatre Festival Limited is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.

Tango Fire

Brisbane City, Brisbane Area
23 August 2016
International Tango superstar German Cornejo’s dance troupe The Tango Fire Company of Buenos Aires is a true global phenomenon and the world’s leading Tango company. The art of Tango has never been so superb and dynamic. With multiple sell-out performances across the globe over the past 11 years and a YouTube audience in excess of 19 million people worldwide, German Cornejo’s extraordinary choreography and vision has captured the world’s imagination. Tango Fire encompasses and defines all that is Argentine Tango; dancing which sizzles with sensuality, accompanied by the unforgettable music and song of the great Tango masters, including Piazzolla, Pugliese and Gardel. As one of the world’s most popular dance forms, this exhilarating show combines the rawness and sophistication, with the seductive and sultry side of Tango, evoking the intoxicating passion of late night Buenos Aires. An outstanding cast, including World Tango Champions and dancers from the greatest Tango houses in Buenos Aires, join tango master German Cornejo and his amazingly sensuous and passionate partner Gisela Galeassi. All of this coupled with German Cornejo’s sublime choreography, makes Tango Fire a show not to be missed.

Sequenza Italiana

Multiple Locations
9 July 2016
"Breathtaking imagination and startling virtuosity." LA Times Maverick cellist Giovanni Sollima joins the Australian Chamber Orchestra for an unmissable celebration of five centuries of Italian music. Rossini’s ‘Une larme’ (A Tear) effortlessly balances bravura with melancholy. Berio’s Sequenzas pay tribute to the possibilities of each instrument, and this program’s ‘collage’ enables Satu Vänskä and Maxime Bibeau to take virtuosic flight. Vänskä also features in a precision-demanding piece by Paganini, and Bibeau in Scelsi’s incantatory double bass solo. Though Sicilian himself, Sollima’s love of Neapolitan style flowers not only in a captivating rendition of galant composer Leo’s third Cello Concerto, but also in his own work, Fecit Neap 17..., a spirited and heartfelt close to a stunning concert.

RQAS Biennial

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Free Entry
16 August 2016
The RQAS Biennial at Petrie Terrace Gallery is a new art initiative from the Royal Queensland Art Society. RQAS Biennial comprises three feature competitions: RQAS Members Annual Exhibition (from 16 August) is a long-standing event on the RQAS calendar and this year will have AUD4000 prize money on offer along with a market day and live music. Queensland Figurative 2016 (from 6 September) is an open competition calling for artists to create works that have the human figure as an integral part of the composition. A huge success in 2014, attracting more than 150 entries which were judged by Archibald-winner Wendy Sharpe. Total prize money for this year’s event is AUD11,500. Young Artist Award (from 27 September) is one of the most important cultural investments by RQAS in its 126-year history. Promoting engagement with schools and art colleges, this open competition for artists aged 17 to 30 offers an exhibition platform and AUD2000 prize money for Queensland’s emerging fine art champions. Young artists are invited to submit a two-dimensional artwork of a subject observed from life.
14 July 2016
Bring to life this vibrant musical fiesta with a fun pre-performance celebration on the Rooftop Terrace, QPAC. Their Barber of Seville party is the perfect opportunity to meet members of the creative team, entertain guests and enjoy delightful sangria and tapas while overlooking South Bank and the stunning Brisbane city skyline. Book a spot under the stars and kick-off your playful Andalusian adventure. Vamos!
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