Things To Do

Pull Out Your Diary, Here’s 5 Awesome Things To Do In Brisbane This Week

By Kaamilah Senese
20th Sep 2020

A recreation of the Simpson's living room as part of the mini-golf course.

Brisbane is going to see a blistering 29 degrees this week, so you might want to make the most of the sunshine and get out of the house. We've lined up all the best things to do in Brisbane this week, so without further ado, here they are. 

Monday 21 September 

$1 Mini Golf At Holey Moley

Get those arms swinging because Holey Moley is celebrating International Golf Day with $1 rounds of mini-golf. Beware, their courses are mighty tricky, so don't expect to get a hole-in-one. While you putt your way through nine holes, take advantage of the money you saved by heading to the bar to celebrate your wins—losers buy the first round. 

When: From 4pm Monday 21 September
Where: Holey Moley, Fortitude Valley and City
Find out more here.

Bottomless Wings At Buffalo Bar

If you love anything bottomless, you’ll be hollering for these crispy wings. Head on down to Buffalo Bar for two hours of non-stop saucy wings every Monday night. No matter if you’re a spicy or sweet kinda person, there are eight flavours on the table, from maple mustard to the extra hot “hellbound”—sounds terrifying to us. Did we mention it’s only $25 per head? Go ahead and book a table ya’ll. 

When: 6pm–8pm, every Monday 
 Where: Buffalo Bar, Brisbane City 
 Find out more here.

Wednesday 23 September 

Johnnie Walker Ghost And Rare Dinner

Fancy-up your weekday this Wednesday at the Johnnie Walker Ghost and Rare Dinner at The Boundary Hotel. This is no ordinary' six-course meal, prepare your taste buds to be taken on a journey from fresh seafood to juicy wagyu to an indulgent chocolate tart to top it off. Better yet, you’ll be poured a range of vintage whiskies, all perfectly paired with each course. This one comes to the grand total of $189 per person—reserve your seat so you don't miss out.  

When: 7pm, Wednesday 23 September
Where: The Boundary Hotel, West End
Find out more here.

All Week 

Bauhaus Now At Museum Of Brisbane

The Museum of Brisbane's latest exhibition, Bauhaus Now, will have you uncovering the untold stories of Germany’s influence on Brisbane's art, design and architecture. You’ll be able to view a combination of both wartime and contemporary pieces, all telling the story of those who sought refuge from war and fascism back in the 1900s. Tickets are free, but you can book your slot online via the link. 

When: Until 18 April, 2021
Where: Museum of Brisbane, Brisbane City
Find out more here.

Oktoberfest At SeaLegs Brewing

Whip out your Lederhosen because it’s already that time of year. Yes, Oktoberfest has kicked off and Sealegs Brewing is embracing the German spirit. Skip on over any day this week and dig into warm pretzels, crispy schnitzels a few steins. There are two limited-edition beers on tap, a Smoked Helles Lager and a Märzen, if you want to sip an authentic German brew, and you can even grab the cans for takeaway or get them delivered. Tables are limited so be sure you book in advance.

When: Until Sunday 27 September
Where: Sealegs Brewing Company, Kangaroo Point
Find out more here.
 

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Image credit: Caitlin Hicks

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