In a suburb of central Brisbane towards the north east is Fortitude valley. Known as a hub of night activities in clubs and bars, it is famous for adult entertainment.
Getting to Fortitude Valley:
Fortitude Valley Railway station is located in Zone-1 of TransLink integrated public transport system. Taxis operate in the region apart from the Brisbane Transport which operates buses from, to and through the valley. Brisbane Airport is also well connected to railway station.
What’s on and when to go:
Diverse local Music festival Uberfest is a very large musical show to be organized on 30 August, 2014. American Ballet Theatre, Liberating Art Exhibition, I want to know what Love is, Queensland Poetry Festival, large exhibition of sublime contemporary works, Control Alit Delete exhibition of Young artists, Brisbane Fringe festival are the attractions to tourists. Mostly running in September every year.
Heritage linked sites like Holy Trinity Church, Doggett’s Cottage and Holy Trinity Rectory are worth seeing.
All kinds of activities related to performing arts, concerts, shows, festivals and exhibitions go on uninterrupted. Picnic point café and restaurant, Fuel Espresso, Lone Pine River Side Café, Flamingo, Harajuku Gyoza, Tinderbox Kitchen and Kwan brothers are well known restaurants. Victoria Park Mini Golf, Merthyr bowls club Games night King George Square remain flooded with people. Riverside games and games on beaches catch momentum time to time. Roney Chieng show in September and Mother Bare show in last week of August are major comedy events.
The valley is full of night activities in bars like Kerbside Lounge, White Lightning Tiki, The Flying Cock and The Grease. The night clubs which remain lighted to early mornings are Around the Gold Coast, Chinese Whispers, Cloudland and Alhambra Lounge.