Images clockwise from top left: (1) Melbourne Street Green, Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Cultural Centre. (2) Queensland Museum Discovery Centre, Cultural Centre, courtesy Queensland Museum. (3) View of GoMA (the Gallery of Modern Art), Cultural Centre and the award-winning Kurilpa Bridge. (4)Havana Club 2010, Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Cultural Centre. Photo: Michael Andrew Dare.
The Cultural Centre at South Bank, Brisbane is the destination of choice for locals and visitors alike looking for the best in arts and culture.
It is a place where home-grown talent can take centre stage alongside international exhibitions and productions.
Here you will find the Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland Museum and Sciencentre, Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) and the State Library of Queensland.
You can discover hidden treasures, see some of the world’s best art, learn more about Queensland’s history, experience Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts and culture, or just watch the world go by. Located on the banks of the Brisbane River, it is just a few minutes stroll from the CBD across the award-winning Kurilpa Bridge, and only a stone’s throw from South Bank Parklands where you can find a variety of food and retail outlets.
Whether it’s catching one of the Up Late sessions hosted by the Gallery of Modern Art, eyeballing a dinosaur at the Museum or catching a show at QPAC, the Cultural Centre has your cultural desires covered.
For more information on the Cultural Centre and what you can see, do and enjoy, go to:
Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art: http://qagoma.qld.gov.au
State Library of Queensland: http://www.slq.qld.gov.au
Queensland Museum & Sciencentre: http://www.southbank.qm.qld.gov.au