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Ann Street, Fortitude Valley
Fortitude Valley
Fortitude Valley (or 'The Valley' as it is known to locals) has a well deserved reputation as Brisbane's home for one-of-a-kind fashion. With the mix of fashion designers, artists and musicians working within the area, it
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Augustines On George
Brisbane CBD
Augustine's on George cater for intimate dining, corporate and private functions, small romantic weddings as well as outside catering. Private room is available for 16 to 100 people. After 25 years, staff have mastered the perfect mix of one-on-one service with a mouth-watering menu, coupled with the blissful ambience of the surroundings.
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Black Pearl Epicure and Cooking School
Fortitude Valley
Black Pearl Epicure and Cooking School is a gourmet paradise. Be tempted with olive oils, French chocolate, exquisite teas, rich smoked salmon, caviar, specialty sausages, truffles, imported Australian cheeses and delicious hampers.
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Bretts Wharf
Hamilton
The iconic Bretts Wharf restaurant led by Executive Chef Alastair McLeod is renowned for its seafood and other local produce. Located a few minutes from the Central Business District and close to the airport, it is located right on the river with stunning views of the water and Central Business District. The menu changes frequently but you will always find stunning local produce - especially fish - as well as Moreton Bay Bugs, Hervey Bay Scallops, sand and mud crabs. Non-seafood eaters and vegetarians are also well catered for. The relaxed and stylish ambience is a true reflection of Queensland; there is al fresco dining as well as a private dining room. There is free on-site parking or catch the City Cat Ferry directly there.
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Brisbane Bayside
Moreton Bay And Islands
Escape to Brisbane's bayside and experience the region on two legs, two wheels or in a boat. Enjoy alfresco dining overlooking the Bay, hand feed wild dolphins on Moreton Island or cycle along the foreshore...the area is yours to discover.
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Brisbane Lookout Mount Coot-tha
Mount Coot-tha
As you step out onto the observation deck at Brisbane Lookout Mount Coot-tha, the panoramic views of Brisbane City stretching out to Moreton Bay and around to the distant mountains greet you. These spectacular views are only a short drive from the city centre. At night, the city lights and star-lit skies are spread before you.
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Brunswick Street Fortitude Valley
Fortitude Valley
Brunswick Street spills from the alfresco Brunswick Street Mall, across Ann Street and New Farm, into a burst of stores, cafes, bars and clubs.
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Brunswick Street Mall
Fortitude Valley
With a history of eccentric characters and a taste for the alternative, Brunswick Street Mall in Fortitude Valley is a magnet for all things boho. Today it
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Cabiria
Paddington
With the understated bar styles of New York and Europe as the inspiration; dignified timbers, inspired ruby lighting and eclectic art as the colour palette; rare wines and classic European inspired tasting plates as the experience; craft beers and an oyster bar as the hidden jewel, and a celebrated arthouse screen prostitute as the muse, Cabiria Wine Bar brings a whole new experience in boutique bar offerings to Brisbane.
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Cru Bar and Cellar
Brisbane City
Cru Bar and Cellar, situated in the James Street precinct, brings to Brisbane a little bit of Europe and a lot of Queensland style. The antique Baccarat chandelier from Paris forms the centrepiece of the wine bar, flanked by the mesmerising glow of the solid onyx bar top.
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