Brisbane, QPAC Concert Hall
Important notice: due to overwhelming demand, from 2016 all our Brisbane performances will commence a little earlier at 7pm. The ACO's Brisbane concert season features six concerts a year at QPAC Concert Hall, most often on Monday evenings.
45 minutes before each concert in the Balcony Foyer.
South Brisbane Station is located opposite QPAC in Grey Street.
From city: Departs from Blue stop in Adelaide Street; Orange Stop in Ann Street; Kangaroo A and B stops underneath the Myer Centre; William Street opposite the Treasury Building.
To city: Departs the Cultural Centre Busway on Melbourne Street.
A CityCat terminal is located adjacent to QPAC at South Bank.
An undercover taxi set-down and pick-up area is provided at the Stage Door of QPAC.
Free taxi phones are located in the taxi set-down area, in the Cremorne Theatre Lobby
and the coffee shop level of the Playhouse. There are local and STD phones throughout
For train, bus and CityCat/Ferry timetable information please telephone Transinfo on 13 1230 or visit translink.com.au.
QPAC Car Park – Entry via Melbourne Street or Stanley Place
$15 per visit upon entry (cash, Visa or Mastercard); or $21 per pre-paid visit
Open 7am–10pm Mon, 7am–12am Tue-Fri, 8.30am–12am Sat, 8.30am–10pm Sun.
If you require assistance due to mobility difficulties or other specific needs, please mention your requirements when booking. All theatres have Sennheiser Infra-Red Sound Reinforcement Systems for patrons with hearing impairments. Please enquire when booking. For further information, please visit qpac.com.au.
Bars and Dining
QPAC has a number of bars and restaurants and is located in the South Bank complex.
Tickets for Brisbane concert dates at QPAC are available on this website or by phoning the ACO Box Office on 1800 444 444. You may also book through QTIX at qpac.com.au, phone 136 246.
Upcoming Concerts at this Venue
Tognetti's Beethoven19 November 2018
Tognetti's Beethoven8 - 21 November, 2018
Richard Tognetti leads the final concert of the ACO’s 2018 season, which promises to leave you exhilarated, rejuvenated and ready for 2019.
Beethoven & Prokofiev11 March 2019
Beethoven & Prokofiev7 - 19 March, 2019
Fiery Italian violinist Lorenza Borrani returns as Guest Director in a concert of emotionally-charged music from Prokofiev and Beethoven.
Branford Marsalis13 May 2019
Branford Marsalis9 - 22 May, 2019
The American saxophone virtuoso makes his ACO debut in a Latin American jazz inspired program featuring Piazzolla and Villa-Lobos directed by ACO Principal Violin Satu Vänskä.
Indies & Idols17 June 2019
Indies & Idols14 - 29 June, 2019
Compositions from Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood, The National’s Bryce Dessner, and Sufjan Stevens presented alongside some of their shared musical influences: Polish composers Szymanowski and Lutosławski.
Luminous19 August 2019
Luminous10 - 23 August, 2019
Ten years since its last performance, we bring back our ground-breaking musical and visual collaboration with photographer Bill Henson, revived and refreshed with singer-songwriter Lior.
Intimate Bach21 October 2019
Intimate Bach19 - 30 October, 2019
Richard Tognetti is joined by Brett Dean, Erin Helyard and ACO Principal Cello Timo-Veikko ‘Tipi’ Valve for a celebration of Bach’s genius.
Brahms & Dvořák18 November 2019
Brahms & Dvořák9 - 22 November, 2019
An exuberant end to our 2019 concert season, featuring Brahms’s Double Concerto, performed by Richard Tognetti and Principal Cello Timo-Veikko Valve, and Dvořák’s Eighth Symphony.