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Brisbane City Hall

64 Adelaide St,
Brisbane Qld
Australia

Built between 1920 and 1930, the heritage-listed City Hall is seen as the heart of Brisbane and has been the backdrop to many cultural, social and civic events.

To conserve and restore this iconic building for future generations, City Hall closed in January 2010 for repair works and re-opened at the beginning of 2013 with 12 function rooms and a number of important building improvements including greater accessibility and disability services and sustainability initiatives to help City Hall achieve a Green Star Rating (public building).

Location

Renowned for its majestic architecture and ambience, Brisbane City Hall is centrally located next to King George Square (access via Adelaide or Ann Streets).

Walking

The venue is in the Brisbane CBD on Adelaide Street with the main entrance from King George Square. It is a 10 minute walk from Central train station.

Parking

The Myer Centre Car Park is located in the heart of Brisbane's CBD fronting Queen Street Mall just two blocks from City Hall. Find out more>

The King George Square Car Park is located directly underneath King George Square. Find out more>

Train

City Hall is a 10 minute walk from Central train station (on Ann St) and Roma Street station (on Roma St).

Bus

Information on public transport to and from City Hall can be obtained by calling TransLink on 13 12 30 or visiting www.transinfo.com.au.

Wheelchairs

All venues cater for disabled patrons with special seating allocations and access. Find out more>