Discover Brisbane's neighbourhoods

Brisbane's inner-city suburbs and neighbourhoods each have a different personality to experience. From strolling between shops in Paddington's cute Queenslander cottages, to partying late in Fortitude Valley – click through to learn more about each area below and make time to discover Brisbane from every angle.

At the bottom of this page there is a colour coded map to help you find your feet. 

Learn more and explore each suburb

Eagle St Pier, Brisbane

Brisbane City 

With fashion and shopping, award-winning food and drink, City Sounds and an extensive calendar of events, The City has so much to explore.

Streets Beach, South Bank

South Bank 

Explore 17 hectares of lush parklands, world-class eateries, stunning river views and hundreds of delightful events year round.

Chinatown Gateway Arch

Fortitude Valley 

Pumping with nightlife, rooftop bars, laneways, Chinatown and boutique shopping, Fortitude Valley is offbeat meets elegance all in one place.

Roma Street Parkland

Roma St Parkland & Spring Hill 

Visit one of Brisbane's premier parks before you wander the historical streets of Spring Hill, home to vibrant cafes.

The Three Monkeys Cafe and Teahouse, West End

West End

West End has a quirky, local characteristic bringing a an alternative and eclectic edge to the inner city. Explore bars, live music and cafes.

Paddington Antique Centre, Brisbane

Paddington & Rosalie

The leafy hills here are speckled with quaint workers cottages turned shops, restaurants and cafes.

Caxton Street

Caxton Street

Caxton Street is alive most weekends, with footy fans converging after sports matches at Suncorp Stadium to grab a bite or sink a beer. 

A glass of wine at Ascot Racecourse

Ascot & Hamilton 

The tree-lined streets feature fine restaurants, chic cafes and boutiques. Home to Brisbane horseracing, frock yourself up and hit the track.

Jacaranda trees in New Farm Park

New Farm & Teneriffe 

Picnic in the park, catch live music or theatre and eat around these 'burbs.

Rock climbing at Kangaroo Point Cliffs

Kangaroo Point & Woolloongabba 

Stand atop the Kangaroo Point Cliffs for one of Brisbane's best views or head to The Gabba for a sporting match and enjoy a beer at one of the surrounding pubs.

Brisbane bayside sunset

Brisbane's Bayside

The northern and southern bayside areas are popular for barbecues, picnics, seaside walks and seafood.

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