Brisbane Open House (BOH) is celebrating 10 years of unlocking the City, launching its largest programme yet. The 2019 programme is granting visitors unprecedented access to Brisbane, with 119 buildings and more than 60 events and walking tours throughout, and leading up to, the festival weekend October 12–13.
Brisbane’s rich cultural and creative roots will be on display through a variety of events, including concerts workshops, BOH After Dark events, walking tours; and now the addition of the international lecture to the Speaker Series.
Following more than 70,000 visits last year, BOH 2019 will this year open 119 of the City’s most-loved and admired buildings, combined with new experiences, tours and activities including 25 King Street, All Hallows’ Convent: Adderton – house and heart of mercy, Brisbane Racing Club, Ryan Street Library, Wickham Terrace Carpark and the Mercedes-Benz Lifestyle Precinct. These new names join returning favourites the Masonic Memorial Centre, Brisbane City Hall, Fort Lytton, 1 William Street, Skytower, The Queensland Herbarium and more.
View the full program at www.brisbaneopenhouse.com.au
Psst … keep an eye out around Brisbane Open House locations for our special The Weekend Edition a-frames for your chance to win BIG! Find a frame, scan the QR code and go into the running to win a baller all-inclusive staycay experience at one of Brisbane’s most iconic spaces, the heritage-listed Treasury Brisbane.
Image 1: Spring Hill Baths, Cieran Murphy
Image 2: Oxley Stirling Residences, Peter Sexty
Image 3: Howard Smith Wharves, Max Hinton