Around the Cultural Precinct, South Bank
Located just across the river from the Brisbane CBD, the Cultural Precinct, South Bank is the arts and cultural hub of Brisbane. Within a day in the Cultural Precinct, you can investigate your family history, measure yourself up against a dinosaur, see a show, admire the work of Australian artists, dine, shop and take in the great view of the city from the beautiful park surroundings.
The precinct is comprised of Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Queensland Museum South Bank, Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA) and State Library of Queensland and is situated at the South Bank side of the Victoria Bridge.
What's on at the Cultural Precint, South Bank
Find out what's on at the Cultural Precinct, South Bank, or visit the websites of QPAC's Cultural Precinct neighbours to find out more.
Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art
is located on the Melbourne Street/Grey Street corner of QPAC. Enter from the Melbourne Street entrance. More Info
State Library of Queensland
is located at the South Bank Parklands end of QPAC. Entrances and lifts face the Parklands at either corner of the building.More Info
Queensland Museum South Bank
is located on the river side of QPAC, with the entrance about half way along the building.More Info
The Cultural Forecourt
is located in between the east facade of QPAC and the Brisbane River.More Info