The inner-city suburb of South Brisbane is the place to be seen. Dive head first into Fish Lane, one of Brisbane's most historic laneways, and lap up a patchwork of cool bars, restaurants and street art.
If you love food, but are unsure where to eat – head here an choose from experimental Gauge, Italian at Julius Pizzeria, Vietnamese at Hello Please and Chu the Phat for Asian fusion. Wash dinner down with a drink from the many hidden cocktail, wine and beer bars down the lane.
Nearby is Brisbane's Cultural Centre with the Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Queensland Sciencentre and State Library of Queensland. You'll definitely see theatre-goers racing for an early table at Julius before a musical or play!
The Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre can also be found at South Brisbane. This massive centre regularly hosts exhibitions, charity balls, gala dinners, events, seminars, comedy performances, and concerts by big name acts.
Once full of warehouses, factories, and wharves, South Brisbane has transformed into a key slice of Brisbane's fabric. South Brisbane is a two-minute drive or ferry ride across the river from the Brisbane City Centre. Accommodation options include hotels, motels and self-contained apartments.
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