The city of Brisbane is often overshadowed by the charm and elegance of other Australian cities like Melbourne or Sydney, but it is no way less appealing than any metropolitan city in the world. If you happen to visit this vibrant location in September, choose luxury minibus charter in Brisbane to attend these events.
After Dark at Queensland Museum
The Queensland Museum is home to some After Dark exhibitions with an opportunity to enjoy fascinating talks and live music in the background, while having a few drinks. On select Friday evenings, particularly on the 1st of September, the exhibition will feature traditional displays with interactive multimedia technology and models to create a truly indulging experience where you will come to know all about the real world of gladiator. You can enjoy an adult night-out with food, drinks and expert talks to unveil the hidden wonders.
Brisbane Serbian Festival 2017
With a spectacular showcase of Serbian traditions, culture and values, the Brisbane Serbian Festival is returning this year on the 3rd of September with fun activities on offer. This 1-day celebration will take place at the Dutton Park State School Oval, just a 10-minute drive from the CBD. The event starting at 11 AM will feature an extensive line-up of entertainment, including traditional folkloric dance and music of Serbian taste and exciting rides to keep your kids busy. Try some Serbian beer or sample taste a range of savoury delicacies and Serbian sweet including Palacinke(crepes), Cevapi(grilled Sausages) and Krofne (doughnuts). The event is absolutely free of cost!
Take A Walk Adventures
On the 7th of September, Take A Walk Adventures proposes you to participate in an information evening regarding the 2018 hike of the most renowned active volcano in Chile, Villarrica. This comprises of a 7-day circuit of Torres del Paine, one of the exhilarating hikes you would ever experience. This special event will witness Lyn and John guiding you with the required costs, fitness level criteria and the gears you will need. Come to know more about your itinerary with a leader on the ground to keep you updated all the time. Before you go on an adventurous trip, this is a great chance to meet your fellow travellers and decide whether this tour is a good fit for you or not.
Enjoy a night of laughter and fun with friends and family on the 9th of September, as the Quota International of Carindale brings you a Trivia Night supporting Mummy’s wish. The event will raise funds for a local charity to support Australian mothers suffering from cancer. You can participate in trivia games and win some great prizes on offer. You are welcome to take your own snacks, while drinks will be served at the Cash Bar.
A Walk in the Park
Grab a partner, lace up your shoes and get ready to cycle, run or walk in support of people at the Albert Bishop Park. This is an all-age event with a wide array of activities and entertainment including cycling on the Criterion Track or a leisure walk along Jim Soorley Way. Additional activities include exercise demonstrations, jumping castle, face painting and a live band.
Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers
Starting 15th of September, the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers is all about delighting and inspiring you with some great things to explore. Picnic Point is the best place to start, soaking up magnificent views of Lockyer Valley as you stroll along Pardalote Walk. Also, there will be heaps of music, including funk, blues, jazz, folk and rock n roll. Another major hub of carnival is home to Ergon Energy food and Wine Festival at the Queens Park, filled with local produce and amazing food stalls. Other key highlights of the Carnival include the Chronicle Garden Competition, cultural gardens, train tours and the Grand Central Flower Parade.
Lords and Ladies at Brisbane Arts Theatre
With all the cult-inducing, humorous and quirky scripts, the Brisbane Arts theatre will bring Lords and Ladies to the stage in a season starting 16th of September. Continuing the annual tradition as a tribute to Terry Pratchett, there will be ancient magic, country lore, rude mechanicals, Morris Dancers and standing stones combined in a funny adaptation of one of his finest works. Much of the storyline is a spoof of the play ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ by Shakespeare.
Happening on the 20th of September at the Brisbane Powerhouse, the PechaKucha Night will offer a relaxed forum for artists and designers to display their ideas, works and skills in an interesting way. One should expect an engaging social night out with a vibrant crowd, drinks and discussion of fresh ideas. The tradition that began in 2003 in Tokyo was patented to keep the presentations interesting and inspiring, without stretching it too far. This is a kind of a real life social networking where people get to experience a live event with real creative fun, real beer and real people.
Jan Powers Farmers Markets 2017
Jan Power, the force behind these markets, is passionate about fresh produce and supporting farmers in the best way possible. Her weekly markets have changed the purchasing behaviour of Brisbane residents in a big way. Her daughter continues the show connecting to farmers, producers and leaders to make sure the future of Farmers Markets is bright. With a grass roots, feel good experience and real community feeling on offer, Jan Powers Markets is a must visit for organics, plants, poultry, fish, meat, artisan products, breads, flowers and fresh farm produce.
Sunsuper Brisbane Riverfire 2017
The skyline of Brisbane will again be filled with dazzling lights and colours this 30th of September, when the city will glow with Sunsuper Riverfire, known to be an extravagant night of fireworks and fun activities for your friends and family. Apart from the spectacular fireworks, visitors can wonder at the aeronautic displays of helicopters and military planes from ADF. Being the 20th anniversary, the event is expected to be bigger and better, also coinciding with the annual arts and cultural event.