• James St Market Precinct

    James Street, New Farm QLD, Australia .

    James St has staked a claim as Brisbane’s, and Australia’s, foremost retail and lifestyle precinct. Having emerged organically from its inner-city industrial roots, the street and surrounding area has evolved into a high energy urban retail pocket.

    James St With more than 130 stores calling this strip home, shop from top to bottom to find flagships, local boutiques and Brisbane designer items. Discover more details in our Valley shopping trail here.

  • The Valley Pool

    432 Wickham Street, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006 .

    The Valley Pool is a popular destination for elite swimmers and athletes, as well as recreational swimmers. There is 50-metre, outdoor, heated pool with grandstands as well as a fitness centre that offers group fitness classes. The pool offers swimming lessons for adults, squad swimming and stroke development, and is an event pool for water polo, free diving and swimming competitions. There is an on-site cafe. 

    The Valley Pool accepts bookings for corporate events and private functions. Catering is also available. Contact the venue to make a booking.

  • The Brisbane Greeters

    91 Ann Street, Brisbane City QLD, Australia .

    The Brisbane Greeters run bespoke tours all over Brisbane. Choose Fortitude Valley as your location and say you're interested in street art to be taken on a three-hour tour exploring the stories and people behind murals and other pieces in the area.

    One of the best ways to get to know Brisbane is through the eyes of a skilled and knowledgeable local. Our friendly Greeters are proud and passionate volunteers who are keen to share Brisbane's stories, show you some great spots and introduce you to our vibrant city.

    Whether you've been a local all your life, visiting family and friends, or calling Brisbane your new home, we're looking forward to meeting you. We have more than 100 Greeters who can help you find your way in more than 20 languages.

  • Les Bubbles

    144 Wickham Street, Fortitude Valley QLD, Australia .

    Les Bubbles is a Parisian Steakhouse on the corner of Wickham and Little Street in Fortitude Valley.
    Forged in the very same building which housed the illegal casino, bath-house and brothel. While the card decks and kerb servers are all but gone, the building’s colourful history remains pinned to every wall.

  • sAme sAme

    Shop AM3 Ada Lane 46 James Street Fortitude Valley, 4006 .

    sAme sAme is a stunning, contemporary, 2-level Thai restaurant and bar in Fortitude Valley's uber-chic Ada Lane, having relocated there from their old digs with a new look and new name (previously LONgTIME Thai).


  • Butter Beats Record Store

    Shop 11, 8 Duncan St Fortitude Valley 4006 Queensland, Australia .

    Butter Beats is Queensland's home of rare and collectable records!! Since the summer of 1998 we have been selling a wide range of collectable records, books, figurines, posters and associated music and pop culture memorabilia. We specialise in rare Australian records. So whether it be a pristine copy oft he Missing Links, Slim Dusty Vintage #5 LP or that elusive RAZAR 7 we can find it for you. Send us your wishlists! We also provide Brisbane & The Gold Coast with Queensland's largest range of graffiti / street art supplies. Selling paint, DVDs, graff mags , caps and brands such as KINGZ, IRONLAK, MONTANA, MTN, ULTRACOLOUR, KRINK, OTR and more.

  • Cloudland

    641 Ann Street Fortitude Valley Queensland, Australia, 4006 .

    Cloudland is a beautiful urban oasis with a proud Brisbane history – a Garden of Eden – abundant with decadence and hidden gems. It’s where old-world charm blends seamlessly with vivacious modern interior design. It’s unforgettable. Step into a landscape that’s ever-changing and excites every sense. Put yourself boldly on centre stage, to see and be seen. Enjoy a discrete and intimate liaison, escape the hustle and bustle, come together and connect. Lose yourself in the fantasy and magic as you relax and afford yourself the freedom to be your best self. Grab a lunch-time bite, share an after-work drink, dance, find your new love, marry here, Celebrate.

  • The Zoo

    711 Ann St, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane Queensland 4006 .

    The Zoo is located on the first floor of the Shannon’s building on Ann Street, in the heart of Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley.

    Independently owned, operated by women for the past 30 years, The Zoo is one of Brisbane’s oldest and most beloved live music venues. This year The Zoo will celebrate 30 years of hosting some of the world's most famous acts, including The Pixies, The Black Keys, Paul Kelly, Lorde, Nick Cave and the Dirty Three, Ben Harper, Powderfinger, Silverchair, Violent Soho and Mogwai (to name a few). 

  • Suzie Wong’s Good Time Bar

    678 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley 4006 .


    Suzie Wong’s Good Time Bar is a Hawaiian-inspired boozer that’s less a tiki-themed tipple joint and more of a grungy surf shack serving up cocktails, live music and, well, just cracking good times! Accessed through a retro fridge door directly off Ann Street in the middle of Brisbane’s party precinct, Fortitude valley.

    Suzie Wong's is truly a good time bar where five nights a week punters can hit the dance floor to live music, from acoustic sets to bands of every music genre, from rock'n'roll to country and western, blues and funk.

  • The Beat MegaClub

    677 Ann St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006 .

    The Beat MegaClub founded 12 Nov 1983 and located at 677 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia - The Beat Megaclub has seen Fortitude Valley grow and change into a fantastic Entertainment Precinct.

    The Beat MegaClub have the ENTERTAINMENT sorted with Drag Queens performing every night of the week..We have the MUSIC sorted with live DJs across 6 different dancefloors boasting a wide variety of playstyles from Old School Retro, to RnB/Hip Hop, to Big Room EDM/Future House. Whatever you fancy, we've got your covered!



  • Brisbane City Market

    Reddacliff Place - 266 George Street At The End Of Queen Street Mall - Brisbane, QLD 4000 .

    Brisbane City Markets brings farmers, growers and artisans from all over south-east Queensland together at one convenient CBD location. The market offers a premium collection of gourmet food, genuine farm fresh produce, artisan market stalls and entertainment. With a focus on sustainability and lifestyle, Brisbane City Markets creates a mid-week meeting point for inner city workers, young professionals, tourists, students and city dwellers with an array of deliciously fresh lunch options and a invigorating alternative to a weekly grocery shop.

  • China Town

    33 Duncan St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006 .

    Chinatown, Brisbane is a precinct in Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Australia. It is centred on Chinatown Mall, a pedestrian street which occupies all of Duncan Street. The Mall runs parallel to Brunswick Street Mall, and connects Wickham Street and Ann Street. The precinct is the location of Chinese restaurants and shops, and is the venue for events including Chinese New Year and Valley Fiesta. Street signs in the area are written in both English and Chinese.

  • The Tivoli

    52 Costin Street, Fortitude Valley QLD, Australia .

    The Tivoli is an indoor theatre, music venue and event space located in Brisbane, Australia with a standing capacity of 1,560. It has been known as the Tivoli Restaurant and Theatre as well as the Tivoli Theatre, and is now nicknamed The Tiv.

  • Oche Brisbane

    111 Constance St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006 .

    Oche, Brisbane's first dedicated darts bar can be found in Fortitude Valley's heritage-listed Old Flour Mill.While the setting is 115 years old, the traditional game of darts has been brought into the 21st century at Oche, as is the bar food, which is some of the finest in Brisbane.

    Another big attraction at Oche is the outstanding food, which has been specially designed by acclaimed Brisbane chef Ben Wiiliamson (ex-Gerards Bistro) to be held in one hand so patrons can play darts with the other.

  • Winn Lane

    Winn St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006 .

    Likened to "falling into a rabbit hole" and slipping into a "wonderland" of shops and people, Winn Lane is home to a vibrant, creative community of designers, clothing boutiques, book sellers, salons and a cafe. 

    Winn Lane is a favourite among Brisbane locals and is conveniently located in the creative hub of Fortitude Valley and (perhaps even more conveniently) can be found opposite its sister, Bakery Lane.

  • Black Bear Lodge

    1/322 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006 .

    Situated in the buzz of the Valley, Black Bear Lodge is a great place to enjoy live music, with a bangin' lineup every week. Filled with an eclectic mix of furnishings and vintage lighting, there's plenty of cosy corners to take a breather in after a few hours spent tearing up the dance floor. Black Bear's comedy nights, old-school dance parties, and vinyl DJ sets have made this Brisbane bar a firm favourite with hip young things.

  • Rocksports

    224 Barry Parade, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006 .

    Rocksports indoor rock climbing gym, is great fun for the kids, a fantastic way to explore the wider world of rock climbing in Brisbane.

    Since throwing open the doors in 1996, countless climbers have enjoyed the unique climbing experience we offer. We love our building, and the history it has.

    We have a large range of climbing options including:

    • 27 x 8m Top Rope Walls
    • 2 Automatic Belay Stations
    • Brand new Boulder Hall
    • 100 Different Routes changed frequently
  • Story Bridge

    State Route 15, New Farm QLD 4169 .

    The Story Bridge is a heritage-listed steel cantilever bridge spanning the Brisbane River that carries vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian traffic between the northern and the southern suburbs of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It is the longest cantilever bridge in Australia.

  • Howard Smith Wharves

    5 Boundary St, Brisbane City QLD 4000 .

    Located beneath the Story Bridge, Howard Smith Wharves waterfront home boasts 13 restaurants, cafes, bars, event spaces and a hotel. Along with the multi-awarded Felons Brewery at our heart, we’re dedicated to raising the bar on hospitality. 

    The HSW vision is about heralding a new era of flavours and ideas, reflecting the city’s status as Queensland’s home of arts, culture and creativity, while still respecting and celebrating our heritage.

    More than a foodie precinct, we’re in pursuit of bringing together the best of the city into a single thriving destination. 

    Be it fine-dining or casual catch-ups, HSW is where the city comes to unwind, unite and say cheers to the best life this city provides.

  • Institute of Modern Art (IMA)

    Ground Floor Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts, 420 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006 .

    The Institute of Modern Art (IMA) is one of the Asia-Pacific’s most important, visible, and relevant forums for contemporary visual art. The IMA champions contemporary art, artists, and ideas, connecting local voices to global dialogues via inclusive, sustainable, and innovative institutional practice.

    The IMA’s reputation for experimentation, care, and criticality is a legacy we proudly continue. Our exhibitions, events, publications, education program, touring exhibitions, and off-site projects connect us with artists and audiences from Queensland, Australia, and around the world.

  • Philip Bacon Galleries

    2 Arthur St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006 .

    Philip Bacon Galleries is one of Australia’s leading art galleries. It plays a pivotal commercial and educational role in the thriving Brisbane art scene. The gallery is renowned for the depth of its stockroom and for exhibiting many of the country’s most collectable, twentieth century and contemporary artists.

  • James Street

    Fortitude Valley QLD 4006 .

    Boutique shopping, fine dining and the city’s best dressed brunch crowd collide on James Street. This leafy suburban street is a key shopping precinct for independent, local and international designer flagship stores in Brisbane, and some of the best dining any time of day. 

    There’s a lot crammed into this one tiny street, so use our guide to navigate your way around. Think twice and dress up in your Sunday best before hitting the pavement for homewares, new kicks or an exquisite meal.

  • Kangaroo Point Cliffs Park

    29 River Terrace, Kangaroo Point QLD 4169 .

    The Kangaroo Point Cliffs are heritage-listed cliffs located at Kangaroo Point just across the Brisbane River from the Brisbane CBD in Queensland, Australia. A popular recreation spot, especially for climbing and running, they are conveniently close to the city and the South Bank Parklands.

  • New Farm Park

    1042 Brunswick St, New Farm QLD 4005 .

    New Farm Park is a heritage-listed riverfront public park at 137 Sydney Street, New Farm, City of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It was designed by Albert Herbert Foster and built from 1914 to 1950 by Gladwin Legge & Co. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 7 February 2005.

    The park covers 15 hectares (37 acres) and is at the southeastern end of the New Farm peninsula on a bend in the Brisbane River.[2] The Powerhouse arts centre is at the eastern end of the park. The park includes the New Farm Park ferry wharf and links to the Brisbane Riverwalk from Newstead to Toowong. It is one of Brisbane's most popular parklands and tourist attractions.

  • Wilson Outlook Reserve

    231 Lower Bowen Tce, New Farm QLD 4005 .

    Wilson Outlook Reserve has a park booking site available for bookings for special events of short duration. The park has magnificent views of the Brisbane River and Story Bridge and is located close to the Howard Smith Wharves precinct.

    Wilson Outlook Reserve includes the following facilities:

    • fitness station
    • seating
    • taps
    • wheelchair access
  • Fortitude Valley Music Hall

    312-318 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006 .

    The Fortitude Music Hall is the largest ballroom/theatre-styled venue in Australia, with a 3,000 person standing and a 1,200 seated theatre style capacity. Our goal is to create a venue that will enhance the area and one that the community will enjoy and benefit from for many years to come. We are doing this for Brisbane. We are doing this for Live music.

  • Judith Wright Arts Centre

    420 Brunswick St & Cnr, Berwick St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006 .

    The Judith Wright Arts Centre, formerly the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts, is a visual and performing arts centre in Fortitude Valley in Brisbane, Queensland. The venue was renovated and re-opened as an arts centre in October 2001.


  • Power House Brisbane

    Yagara Country, 119 Lamington St, New Farm QLD 4005 .

    Brisbane Powerhouse is Queensland’s home for contemporary culture, a magnificent power station of the 1920s reborn as an arts centre on the Brisbane River.

    From exceptional performances across all genres, heritage-listed graffiti art, riverside bars and restaurants, behind-the scenes tours, conference and meeting spaces as well as regular visual arts exhibitions, Brisbane Powerhouse is the home of living art, ideas and experiences.

    A distinct landmark, both as a striking pre-war industrial building and a hub for creativity, art and cultural innovation, Brisbane Powerhouse is situated on the Brisbane River, and central to the bustling New Farm Park precinct. 

  • Queensland Military Memorial Museum

    28 Church Street, Fortitude Valley, Queensland 4006 .

    The General Sir Arthur MacDonald, KBE, CB, Annex of The Queensland Military Memorial Museum presents displays of education interest in Queensland's military heritage with uniforms from 1857, medals from the New Zealand (Maori) Wars to present days, photographs from pre-Federation Queensland, weapons from an 1800 'brown Bess' musket to modern firearms and swords including Queensland Defence Force bandsman's items, trench and convalescence art, and other memorabilia of pre- Federation Queensland Defence Force personalities. Queensland raised and later disbanded units of different eras, and of Queensland service personnel of Australia's involvement in peace and war.