Performing Arts Car Park (P1) is closed

due to ongoing flood damage. For a range of options within walking distance of QPAC please visit our Transport to QPAC page.


Performing Arts Car Park (P1) is closed

Right to Information

The Right to Information is the Queensland Government’s approach to giving the community greater access to information

The Queensland Government has made a commitment to provide access to information held by the Government unless on balance it is contrary to the public interest to provide that information.

The Right to Information Act 2009 aims to make more information available, provide equal access to information across all sectors of the community and provide appropriate protection for individuals’ privacy.

For more information, visit the Queensland Government's website.

How do I access information?

Start by checking if the information is already available on this website. If the information is not already available, or you are having trouble accessing documents, please contact us to find out if it’s administrative information that can be released free-of-charge or if you need to make an RTI request.

Requested information

Our Information Disclosure Log provides details of information that has recently been released in response to Right of Information requests. The log lists documents in date order with a brief description of each document and a link to download it where possible. Some PDF versions of scanned documents may not be readable by accessibility devices, such as screen readers. If you’re having difficulty accessing any of these documents, contact us and we'll provide the information in a suitable format.

Published information

As well as responding to RTI requests, QPAC makes some information routinely available for the public to access through a publication scheme. The publication scheme describes and categorises published information and has been developed to give the community greater access to information as a part of the response to the review of Right of Information laws.
Where possible, these documents are available for you to download. Some PDF versions of scanned documents may not be readable by accessibility devices, such as screen readers. If you’re having difficulty accessing any of these documents, contact us and we’ll provide the information in a suitable format.

Information in the publication scheme is grouped and accessible through seven classes:

About us
Who we are and what we do

QPAC is a statutory body of the Queensland Government with its responsibilities set out in the Queensland Performing Arts Trust Act 1977.

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 Queensland's Cultural Centre.

Access more information about QPAC.

Our services
Services we offer

The major functions of QPAC are:

  • The production and presentation of performing arts
  • Venue Management
  • The Support and development of the performing arts in Queensland.

In recent years QPAC has established itself as a major Australian producer of large entrepreneurial ventures, educational activities and community programs. QPAC is also a performance home to some of the state’s leading performing arts companies including Queensland Theatre, Queensland Ballet, The Queensland Orchestra and Opera Queensland.

A significant part of the Centre's operation is the hiring of the four auditoria and ancillary areas.

  • Lyric Theatre – A 2,000 seat theatre, popular for musicals, operas and large dance and music productions
  • Concert Hall – A 1,800 seat theatre, popular for classical music, concerts and contemporary music.
  • Playhouse – An 800 seat theatre used for theatre productions and classical and contemporary dance.
  • Cremorne Theatre – A 300 seat theatre used for smaller theatre productions and as a ‘black box’ for hire.

Our finances
What we spend and how we spend it

QPAC relies on both its commercial activities and government funding. Government grants support facilities and infrastructure costs and core programming activities. Commercial revenue is raised through venue hire, entrepreneurial programming, catering and ancillary income streams.

The QPAC Annual Report provides more information about QPAC finances.

Our priorities
What our priorities are and how we are doing

Program, produce and co-produce high quality, innovative performing arts.

Public Participation
Deliver arts, entertainment and enrichment for every person of every age, every day.

Strategic Relationships
Build and strengthen relationships that add value and bring mutual benefit.

Commercial Opportunities
Integrated commercial services that meet the highest industry standards. More information on QPAC's priorities and how we aim to achieve them can be found in the QPAC Strategic Plan.

Our policies
Our policies and procedures

Strategic Plan
The strategic plan articulates a range of priorities that support QPAC’s four focus areas. This plan is supported by an Operational Plan which includes measures and outputs for the coming financial year. Together these plans guide QPAC’s engagement with audiences, communities and industry.

Privacy policies
Our privacy policies are available here:
QPAC Privacy Policy
QTIX Privacy Policy

Our decisions
How we make decisions

QPAC is governed by a Queensland Performing Arts Trust appointed by the Queensland Government. In collaboration with the Trust members, QPAC is managed by an Executive Group that is responsible for the operations and the achievement of the Centre's strategic priorities.

Our lists
Lists and registers

QPAC currently does not store any lists relevant to RTI.


Acknowledgement of Traditional Custodians

We pay our respects to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ancestors of this land, their spirits and their legacy. The foundations laid by these ancestors – our First Nations Peoples – gives strength, inspiration and courage to current and future generations, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous, towards creating a better Queensland.