What are you doing this weekend?
Movie screenings, festivals, fun runs and fashion shows – there are heaps of events on in Brisbane this weekend.
Click through the gallery to see what you and the family could be doing!
Click through the gallery to see what's happening in Brisbane this weekend!
Roma Street Parkland and South Bank Parklands come alive for the second weekend of the Parks Alive program. Meet Gardening Australia’s Jerry Coleby Williams at the Roma Street Parkland on Saturday. Swing by the South Bank Parklands on Sunday and let gardening expert Phil Dudman inspire you to start your own veggie patch. For more information click here.
You don't need to be a model or a socialite to enjoy Brisbane's fashion festival. It's open to everybody. The Mercedes-Benz Fashion Festival kicks off this Sunday at the John Reid Pavilion, Brisbane Showgrounds. Keep an eye out for local talent including Maiocchi, Bora and Paul Hunt. For more information click here.
Tuck in to the state’s best produce at Food and Wine at The Race this Saturday at Doomben Racecourse. For all you thrill seekers visit the European beer hall or stay for the grape stomping competition. For more information click here.
Take in the South East’s most stunning scenery at the Straddie Salute Triathlon Festival. Competitors will start their journey on North Stradbroke Island and swim their way through the crystal waters of Home Beach before cycling and running through Point Lookout and Amity. All in all they’ll swim 750m, cycle 20km and run 8.5km. For more information click here.
This free, all-ages event features robotic demonstrations, workshops, games and a grand robotic concert finale. Get a glimpse into the future this Sunday at the QUT Garden’s Point Campus. For more information click here.
This free exhibition showcases the best work by award-winning photojournalists from around the world. Now showing at the Brisbane Powerhouse you’ll be amazed by the stories behind the shots ranging from news to nature and portraiture photography. For more information click here.
Lust, gluttony, greed, sloth, wrath, envy, pride — this stunning dance production unleashes the seven deadly sins of the modern world. Now at the Playhouse at QPAC make sure you secure your ticket soon. For more information click here.
Shake & Stir's adaptation of Bram Stoker's gothic horror masterpiece is another bloody classic. Sink your teeth into this new performance at the Cremorne Theatre at QPAC. For more information click here.
One of Australia's most popular comedians gets serious (well, kind of) in this very personal stand up show. Don’t miss the finale this Sunday where you’ll learn everything about gravediggers, cops, Cubans and spaghetti soss. For more information click here.
Experience music, comedy, theatre, poetry, circus, cabaret and visual art from the fringes of the creative community. A string of Brisbane venues will play host to the fourth annual event. For more information click here.
The world's largest sexuality and lifestyle show is back in Brisbane with celebrity guests and cheeky attractions. Meet the stars of the hit reality TV series Geordie Shore and grab a showbag before it’s too late. On all weekend from 10am at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. For more information click here.
Bring the kids (or just yourself) to a special sing-along screening of Frozen at News Farm Cinemas. The show starts at 10am with tickets an easy $6. For more information click here.
Road trip! 21 bands, 10 DJs and 30 visual artists headline the first annual Maroochy Music and Visual Arts Festival. Gates open at 9am on Saturday at the old Horton Park Golf Course. Bring all your friends to this 18+ event. For more information click here.
Time to start thinking about your son's education? Tour the grounds and have a chat with the crew at Brisbane Boy’s Grammar School. From 10-3pm this Saturday get an insight into life at this prestigious school. For more information click here.
Described as a fast-paced comedy mystery featuring ghosts Getting Even With Steven can been seen this Saturday at the Studio Theatre & Café in Morningside. Starting at 7:30pm tickets will set you back $30. For more information click here.