As we take a flashback to the events held in Brisbane during Decem ber 2014, be sure to check out what is happening in Brisbane this year and the hottest places to be if your're spending Christmas 2015 in Brisbane!
World Class concerts, shows for the family, unique gift ideas, golfing, and whatever else you can imagine Brisbane has something for you. Here is just a sample of the things happening in December. There are options for all tastes, and all budgets.
Katy Perry has announced her Prismatic Tour is coming to Australia at the Brisbane Entertainment Center. PRISM Katyâs latest album debuted at number one in Australia and the single Roar has been certified 9 x platinum. Katy herself designed the stage in order to get as close as possible to her audience. Ticket prices begin at only $39 and VIP packages begin at $249. Get your tickets for Katy Perry today and do not miss out on this amazing performance.
The Wiggles - Big Show is going on tour and will be visiting the Brisbane Entertainment Center Tuesday 23, December. Beloved throughout Australia this entertaining group will captivate the entire family. Sing, dance, laugh, and wiggle along with your favorite Wiggler. There will be surprise appearances by Irish dancers, ballet dancers and even Santa Claus. Tickets are under $40 making this a fabulous event for the whole family. Reserve now!
Pacific Harbour Golf & Country Club is located an hour outside of Brisbane and features an 18 hole par 72 course that takes advantage of Australiaâs rugged coastline for a challenging course. Saturday 14 December Pacific Harbour is hosting an Open Day, with free balls on the driving range, putting competition for prizes, a bounce house to keep the kids entertained and wine tasting to keep the adults entertained. Check out the course ranked as the Best Public Access Golf Course in Queensland for the fourth consecutive year running.
Geeks, steampunk, voodoo, vampyres, nerds, exotic candy makers, and vintage clothing designers all have one thing in common, a booth at this years Alternative Expo in Brisbane. Unique gift ideas for all walks of life and all kinds of interests. Two shows, the daytime show appropriate for all ages, and the after hours show from 4:00 pm to 11:00 pm is for guests 18+. Entertainment, shopping, and demonstrations of the most extraordinary items will all be under one roof. Tickets are $10-$15 and can be purchased ahead of time.
Brisbane has something going on all the time. There are 32 events on Sunday 14 December ranging from Moonlight Cinema, the best suburbs to see Christmas lights, Lion King the Musical, Undressed 350 years of underwear, ballet, crafts for kids and adults, and many more. See the complete list here and choose your event.