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Sizzling Summer Bucket List

Hottest New Bars and Restaurants

Sizzling Summer Bucket List

Are you and your friends looking for a hot new hangout this summer? Well look no further because we’ve done our homework and curated a list of South East Queensland’s hottest and trendiest new bars and restaurants that are a must see this summer! Let’s get ticking away.

Word on the street #143

We're on a see-food diet

Word on the street #143

This year we’ve decided to try out the See-Food diet, whenever we see food, we eat it! And with all the festivals, summer menus, and breweries popping up in Brisbane, our diets been going really well. We highly suggest you try it out, we’ve even got a list of some of the places that fit our dietary needs, check it out!

Word on the street #140

Trust in the magic of new beginnings

Word on the street #140

If you’ve been living in a rock this past week you might have missed these heavenly, well-seasoned, new things in Brisbane. But don’t worry, we’re here to keep you in the loop and to serve you the best of the best that Brissy has to offer this week.

Win Tix to Detroit

One of Ten Double Passses

Win Tix to Detroit

DETROIT reunites director Kathryn Bigelow and writer Mark Boal, the Oscar winning team behind The Hurt Locker and Zero Dark Thirty. Set against the backdrop of the devastating Detroit riots that took place over five days in the Summer of 1967, after police raided an unlicensed bar in the city’s Near West Side. The confrontation between the police and citizens quickly turned violent, to the point where the Governor was forced to call in the National Guard. When the riots were all over, 43 people were dead, hundreds were injured, thousands were arrested, and many of the city’s buildings had been destroyed. As a result, the riots are widely known as one of the largest citizen uprisings in the United States’ history.

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Word On The Street #79

Spread those wings

Word On The Street #79

The sun is shining and there's plenty to see, do, eat and drink around Brisbane over the next few weeks. Start the day right with a power walk around the river, grab a coffee in Spring Hill then lunch in Woolloongabba, fly into the Valley for a quick stretch before finishing the night with a wino named Mr Chester...

Just Cause Bunch

Say it with flowers with heart

Just Cause Bunch

Just Cause Bunch not only delivers bunches of fresh seasonal blooms and gifts, but on a promise to donate 100% of it’s profits to local causes.

Visit Just Cause Bunch to place your Mother’s Day order and help make a difference to the local Brisbane community while celebrating your very special mum!

Taste Colour Me Flavour

Indian-Inspired, Spice Infused Bar & Restaurant

Taste Colour Me Flavour

India is renowned for food overflowing with vivid colour and warm spices that dance along your tastebuds, and Colour Me Flavour graciously brings this world of sumptuous dining to Brisbane. But, founder Nita Tailor and head chef Eugene Lee bring a modern twist to the authentic dining experience by fusing the old and the new.

Recreate Twilight Market 2016

Celebrate National Recycling Week

Recreate Twilight Market 2016

The Recreate Twilight Market and Paper Fashion Show is a Brisbane City Council initiative to celebrate National Recycling Week 2016. Recreate is a paper and cardboard recycling-themed twilight market that features BrisStyle Market stall holders selling handmade, sustainable wares and a fashion runway for paper couture created by partnering local designers. The event is on Friday 4 November, 5-9pm in King George Square, Brisbane.

MAKEPEACE ISLAND ‘SAVE THE KOALA’ FUNDRAISER

RICHARD BRANSON KOALA CONSERVANCY HOSTS EVENT

MAKEPEACE ISLAND ‘SAVE THE KOALA’ FUNDRAISER

Makepeace Island is throwing open its doors to host a ‘Save the Koala’ fundraising luncheon on 30th September 2016 as part of its critical effort to help save the Noosa region’s koalas from extinction. Friday 30th September is recognised nationally as ‘Save the Koala Day’.