How Cities Work is a fantastic, interactive, family exhibition featuring a spectacular 2-metre-high cityscape full of tactile and sensory activities, on display at The Workshops Rail Museum from February 28 until August 30. How Cities Work is a great way for children and adults alike to understand how our cities work, from urban planning to public transport. Nice to know – How Cities Work is included with Museum entry. A $14.50, Conc $12.50 Child (3-15) $11.50 Under 3 – Free Family (2A+4C) – $44.50 The Workshops Rail Museum is a valued sponsor of Must Do Brisbane.com
Come down to the Ma Ma Creek Community Centre on the second Saturday of the month to visit the Ma Ma Creek markets and enjoy the variety that the stalls have to offer.
Taking the racing off the streets and onto the circuit. Roll Racing Brisbane will be all the street style racing you can handle without the risk of getting in trouble! Roll Racing is all about having fun with your car and your mates and actually driving your car. They have designed this event to give you as much track time as possible and they strictly limit numbers to make sure you get value for money as an entrant. Open to all types. So come see domestics, imports and supercars battle it out!
Come along to the Plainland Markets at Plainland Hotel, Plainland, in the morning. Take home some fresh local produce and home-made treats from one of their local country markets. You’ll also find collectables, arts and crafts, books and lots of other goodies.
One of Brisbane’s original farmers markets, The Cleveland Markets has been operating in Bloomfield Street, Cleveland (Brisbane Bayside) for over 30 years. With over 80 Stalls including fresh produce from local farmers, arts and craft, gifts, food and entertainment makes it the perfect Sunday destination for the family. Come and check out the beautiful Cleveland Markets this Sunday, they look forward to seeing you there. The Cleveland Markets are located in the heart of the Redlands City and the gateway to the beautiful Stradbroke Island and Moreton Bay. With plenty of free street car parking available and situated only a short two minute stroll from the Cleveland train station.
The Fernvale Country Markets take place every Sunday at the Fernvale State Primary School on the Brisbane Valley Highway, Fernvale. Enjoy a Sunday morning drive into Fernvale and take a relaxing stroll around the markets as your shop for locally grown fruit and vegetables, hand made gifts and wares and other fun market stalls.
The Twilight Makers Market located in Cleveland on the boardwalk of the Raby Bay Harbour is a monthly market featuring creative and handmade goods by local artisans. The Twilight Makers Market is held from 4pm to 8pm once a month and is a great outing for the whole family. With over 65 stalls there is something for everyone. A wide range of delightful food trucks, hot donuts, popcorn, pizza, entertainment, fashion, jewellery, candles, cushions, handmade fudge and gourmet delights. You will find it all at the Cleveland Twilight Makers Market located at the Raby Bay Harbour Park right opposite the Cleveland Train Station. They look forward to seeing you there!
The Gold Coast’s favourite market, The Village Markets, is expanding North to Brisbane at Stones Corner on a quarterly basis. The Village Markets will be lining Stones Corner Village with a boutique lineup of market stalls, live music, creative workshops, family fun, pre-loved designer and vintage Rack Sales and good vibes. Alongside this is a beautiful street filled with boutiques, eateries, eclectic establishments and more.
I Heart Songwriting Club is a global digital community for songwriting creatives founded in Brisbane with more than 5000 songs generated from over 12 countries around the world, many making waves in the international music scene.
Australia’s largest gathering of performers, the Woodford Folk Festival is held every year between 27 December and 1 January at a dedicated 500-acre site known as Woodfordia, one hour’s drive north of Brisbane. Over six days, 2000 performers from more than 450 acts perform across 35 different venues to showcase the depth and diversity of Australia’s cultural, artistic and social expression. The Woodford Folk Festival programme is filled with music, dance, cabaret, circus, comedy, workshops, debate, street theatre, films, thought-provoking forums, visual arts, an entire Children’s Festival and many special presentations including a spectacular fire event on New Year’s Day. Join over 130,000 people from all ages and walks of life to enjoy sensational performances, great food, powerful ceremonies, new experiences and that unique feeling of being part of something out of the ordinary. The Woodfordian spirit is contagious and lots of fun. Camping is available and encouraged.