Eagle Street Pier
Brisbane’s largest concentration of award-winning and hatted fine dining restaurants lie along the Eagle Street Pier riverfront. Try Sake, Cha Cha Char, Madame Wu, Pony, Jellyfish and more. Honestly, it’s hard to go wrong.
Some of Brisbane's best dining with incredible views of the river and Story Bridge
Great restaurants and bars, right on the riverside, and walking distance to Brisbane's CBD.
“Friday night & Sundays - free music. Take a picnic basket & rug & enjoy the tunes....all free.”
“Brisbane’s Queen Street Mall is Queensland's premier shopping destination. The mall has long been considered the centre of fashion and retail in Queensland. This vibrant shopping and lifestyle precinct lies at the heart of Brisbane City and is arguably Australia’s most successful pedestrian mall. The Queen Street Mall offers an unrivalled mix of local, national and international labels and flagship stores. Some 700+ retailers have made their homes here – many enjoy mall and street frontage, others are tucked away inside world-class centres and heritage-listed arcades. A visit to the Queen Street Mall guarantees a complete leisure encounter. Restaurants, cafes, bars, cinemas, salons and day spas, 5-star hotels and a grand casino sit right on the mall. A five minute stroll will see you exploring Brisbane City’s galleries and museums, parklands and our gorgeous riverside.”
“A great place for a picnic and play in the beautiful gardens. There is a cafe and playground for the kids ”
“Newbie Brisbane restaurant Suki, in South Brisbane is serving up two of the year’s hottest food trends; sushi and burrito mash ups! As well as serving up these strange-yet-beautiful beasts, Suki also dishes up the next big thing in food trends; poke bowls. Mark our words, poke is about to take off.”