Regional Flavours

About South Bank

South Bank is Brisbane’s leading lifestyle destination, drawing an estimated 11 million visitors each year. Set on the southern banks of the Brisbane River, South Bank offers breathtaking views of the city skyline, a central location for events and outdoor activities, and premium waterfront dining.

With so many features and areas to explore, South Bank holds a reputation as Brisbane’s must-see tourist destination – but the fun isn’t just for visitors! As a household name among Brisbane locals, South Bank is a popular weekend spot for families and couples of all ages.

No matter their age, interests, or the occasion, visitors adore spending leisurely days in South Bank’s Parklands and surrounds. With room to splash around in Streets Beach, recline on the green lawns of River Quay, and wander through the Arbour’s stunning walking track, the all-inclusive destination is a chance to explore Brisbane’s unique highlights.

About Brisbane

Brisbane is Queensland’s capital city, representing the state’s contributions in areas such as art, sport, performance, and dining. As Australia’s third most populous city, Brisbane is home to an estimated 2.4 million people. Residents and tourists are drawn to the city for its pristine weather conditions and easygoing lifestyle.

As an icon for the Sunshine State, it’s no surprise that Brisbane boasts a blissful climate throughout the year. Its outdoor lifestyle is maintained year-round with the city’s light rainfall and mild winter temperatures.

Brisbane’s unique city design weaves around the iconic Brisbane River, leading to an array of waterfront dining areas, riverside events, and picturesque destinations. For this, the postcard city has played host to several world-renowned events, including the 2014 G20 summit, 1982 Commonwealth Games, and World Expo 88.