Brisbane Real Estate Specialists

What’s On In Winter!


As the saying goes, Queensland’s Winter arrives on a Monday and leaves by Wednesday. Although we are spoiled with glorious weather all year round and our Winters feel short, that doesn’t stop us from celebrating the cooler months in style!

Night Noodle Market at Brisbane City Botanic Gardens

The annual foodie highlight is returning to Brisbane’s winter calendar, with the Night Noodle Markets setting up shop in the City Botanic Gardens from June 15th-26th this year!

Previously held at South Bank, each evening the City Botanic Gardens are transformed into a vibrant, open-air Asian food festival with live music and all of the mouth-watering street food from around Asia.

This fantastic festival of food is also dog friendly, so its an experience the whole family can enjoy.

Tickets are FREE but you do need to book them prior to entry, be sure to book your tickets here:      

‘Veuve Clicquot in the Snow’ at Customs House 

Never fear, the Veuve Clicquot In The Snow has returned for the season, here from May until the end of July.

Once again, the beautiful igloo pop up bars have had an Aspen-themed makeover. Each igloo is positioned right along the riverside, befit with luxe faux furs, comfy armchairs and Aspen-style decor. Snuggle up with a blanket, a bottle of Veuve Clicquot or a winter cocktail and a whole baked brie stuffed with thyme and garlic served with crostini and enjoy your wintery heaven.

Igloos are to be booked online, link here to book:

Winter Solstice Festival at Northey Street City Farm

Winter Solstice, Saturday, June 18, marks the longest night of the year and is celebrated globally with diverse spiritual, cultural and seasonal practices. There will be incredible entertainment from live music to a lantern parade, a bonfire and even fire twirling! You’ll have an array of delicious street food, an organic market and much more!

More information here:

Winter Harvest Festival, Scenic Rim

The Winter Harvest Festival is a fabulous, relaxed day out for families and food lovers, held on the 2nd of July.

Meet the farmers, taste the food, buy their produce – don’t forget your esky! An exciting day out for the entire family featuring market stalls, tasting plates, live music, celebrity chefs, cooking demonstrations, kids activities and the Kalbar & District Community Bank Tractor Pulling competition!

Tickets are $10, here is the link to book: