QPAC is the state's premier performing arts centre. Located on the banks of the Brisbane River, QPAC is one of four organisations that make up the state's Cultural Precinct, South Bank
QPAC fosters an environment of innovation, creativity, entrepreneurship and learning. The Centre is driven by a desire to entertain, a capacity to create and the genuine wish to support moving and memorable experiences.
All of QPAC's operations are underpinned by a belief in essential value of performing arts as well as the broader contribution art can make to cities and societies. QPAC encourages participation in the arts and engagement in creative process as a means of promoting learning, wellbeing, civic participation and social inclusion. QPAC takes a leading role in the advancement of research and debate that articulates the value of creative industries as fundamental drivers of economic growth.
Each year QPAC showcases the best in performance from Australia and around the world. Our venues host leading international and Australian actors, dancers, musicians, artists and companies. In addition, QPAC produces or co-produces some of Australia's most innovative and successful shows.
QPAC is a performance home to some of the state's leading performing arts companies including Queensland Theatre Company, Queensland Ballet, Queensland Symphony Orchestra and Opera Queensland.
Host to more than a million people each year, QPAC delivers integrated services designed to offer patrons an experience that extends beyond the walls of the theatre.