Brisbane’s architectural wonders are being showcased at the sixth annual Brisbane Open House, when the city extends an open invitation to explorers keen to sample an extraordinary line-up of buildings over the weekend of Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 October 2015.

This year’s Brisbane Open House offers an unprecedented opportunity to tour almost 100 places and spaces around greater Brisbane, including 30 buildings participating in the free event for the first time.

Access to a vast array of historic and contemporary buildings is offered to visitors who will relish the chance to unlock some of Brisbane’s most intriguing places, with free talks by the city’s architects and opportunities to tour marvels of design, including Archerfield Airport, the Brisbane General Post Office (GPO), UQ Oral Health building, Queensland Emergency Operations Centre, Brisbane City Council’s Spring Hill Service Reservoirs, Roma Street Station Heritage Building, Fernberg (Government House) and Hobbs Park.

Also on offer in 2015 is the ever-popular photo competition, guided walking tours of precincts and free concerts presented by Brisbane City Council’s Bands in Parks Initiative and the Queensland Performing Arts Centre.

Brisbane Open House visitors will learn more about the participating buildings thanks to some of the city’s most respected architects holding special guided tours.

Please follow the link above for more information and to plan your itinerary today.