Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Brisbane is the capital of the state of Queensland in the heart of Australia’s premier tourist region. Located on the eastern seaboard of Australia, Brisbane is Australia’s only subtropical capital city. Brisbane is Australia’s fastest growing city with direct access to Australia’s iconic world heritage listed natural attractions. Discover Brisbane from the inside out and explore the vibrant urban villages across the city. Each suburb is a hub of activity with its own distinct vibe, unique personality and seemingly endless offering of things to see and do. Combine art and outdoor adventure in Brisbane, where South Bank’s cultural institutions and restaurants meet riverside gardens and a lagoon.

The Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

The Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre is a world-class purpose-built venue renowned for its operational and service excellence. The Centre is located in a unique urban cultural and entertainment precinct in the heart of Brisbane. The Centre is in the unique South Bank riverside precinct, the city’s cultural and entertainment hub.

-Central city location – 10mins walk to CBD
-Cultural Centre Busway – 5 mins walk
-South Brisbane Train Station – adjacent to Centre on Grey Street, with direct Air Train service
-Cultural, entertainment, dining and shopping attractions in the South Bank Precinct – more than 50 restaurants & cafes.

The front entry to the BCEC is from Grey Street. The street front entry is small and modern, feeling like your entering an artistic upmarket hotel.  Once taking the escalators up, you reach Boulevard Level where the trade exhibition and sessions will take place.

South Bank


South Bank is a unique riverside cultural, entertainment and dining precinct in the heart of the city of Brisbane. Set in lush subtropical riverfront parkland, it is a dynamic urban lifestyle and retail precinct that showcases Queensland’s art and culture and is home to Brisbane’s newest dining destination.
Located on a one kilometre stretch of the Brisbane River, South Bank is home to the only sand and swimming beach in the heart of an Australian city. You’ll be surprised at the diversity of attractions, with rainforest walks, more than 50 restaurants, cafes and bars, stylish shops, symphony orchestras, state opera companies, performing arts theatres and art culture including Australia’s most celebrated Gallery of Modern Art.