Get behind the scenes at QPAC
Brisbane Open House is a free event, providing residents and visitors with the rare opportunity to discover the hidden wealth of architecture, engineering and history in buildings and places around Brisbane City.
Held annually in conjunction with World Architecture Day, selected buildings are opened for the public with guided and self-guided tours to encourage them to explore, re-examine and engage with Brisbane’s built environment – opening eyes and minds to good design and curious spaces.
For the tenth year, QPAC will be involved in this initiative, providing visitors with access to a series of free backstage tours, self-guided foyer tours, performances and exhibitions.
Guided Backstage Tours (register at QPAC Reception on Mezzanine level)
9am concluding at 11:30am, leaving every 30 minutes
Self-guided Front of House Foyer Tours
JADE Open Rehearsal (Concert Hall Main Foyer)
QPAC Choir Performances (Minstrel Gallery)
10:30am and 12pm
JMI New Orleans Marching Band (Riverside of building)
10am, 11am and 12pm
Queensland Conservatorium Music Performances (Melbourne Street Green)
10:30am and 11:30am
Keepsakes (Tony Gould Gallery)
Tue to Sat
Unearthed Exhibition (QPAC Tunnel)
Presented by QPAC