Wouldn’t it be great to have the best of Brisbane right at your fingertips? Well, now you can!
The new Brisbane App is a super-easy way to find the best places to eat, play and stay in the Sunshine State capital.
And it’s free to download!
Track down events, cafes, restaurants, accommodation – even tap into guides created by locals in the know.
Check out the guide created by Brisbane App ambassador and food writer, Alana Lowes.
A “girls’ day out” in Brisbane is easy to pull together when you’ve got the Brisbane App as your resource.
Why not start with great coffee and breakfast at Cantinho off James Street in Fortitude Valley?
Cantinho is Portuguese for ‘cosy corner’ but the owner, Michael Hatzifotis is a proud Greek man.
No wonder Cantinho is well-known for its Baclava Breakfast Waffles – a twist on the traditional Greek dessert. Make sure you also try the café’s Portuguese Tarts. These traditional favourites that’s imported from Lisbon, so they’re the real deal!
What do after breakfast? Head to Helena Rose in California Lane, Fortitude Valley. This boutique florist run by the eponymous Helena offers flower-crown making workshops and seasonal classes, including Christmas Wreath Making. Helena is proudly a minimalist florist – she uses offcuts from her flowers and foliage to create other products, including floral confetti and display bottles of preserved blooms.
Feeling peckish after a morning of craft? Vanilla Zulu Culinary Adventures & Cooking School at Teneriffe offers a smorgasbord of classes – including their very popular Rustic Italian cooking session. Owner, Mel Alafaci and her team make sure the classes are fun, easy and social. Vanilla Zulu also offers a 6-week Chef Skills Course for those who want to take a deeper culinary dive.
Why not download the Brisbane App to your smart devices and start planning awesome adventures in Brissy – from the CBD to the suburbs!