Grey Street

Bridging the gap between Brisbane’s cultural epicentre and South Bank’s premiere dining offering is Grey Street. This cultural avenue has an innate personality of its own, offering a suite of dining, accommodation, entertainment, and leisure options just on the fringe of Little Stanley Street.

Grey Street provides a welcome home to some of Brisbane and Queensland’s most celebrated cultural institutions including the Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland Art Gallery, Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Queensland Museum and Sciencentre, the State Library of Queensland, Queensland Conservatorium, and South Bank Cineplex. And that’s not including the volume and variety of events, conferences, and exhibitions taking place at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, which trickle into the South Bank precinct and contribute to its reputation as a cultural meeting ground.

Enjoy a short stay at one of Grey Street’s hotels and you’ll find a bevy of bars within stumbling distance, as well as a host of international cuisine fit for the most discerning tastes. Enjoy the nightlife, culture, and feast-worthy fare on offer on this humming strip.

South Bank Corporation recognises the traditional owners of the lands at South Bank, the Turrbal and Yuggera people. We also pay our respects to their elders, past and present, and the elders from other communities who visit from time to time

Grey Street

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