Brisbane Powerhouse

Brisbane Special Event Venues
Total Meeting Space1,600 sq. m
Standing Capacity
Seating Capacity
119 Lamington Street
New Farm
Brisbane 4005
Onsite Catering
119 Lamington Street
New Farm
Brisbane 4005



  • Internet Access
  • Onsite Restaurant


  • Dance Floor
  • Piano
  • Staging Area

Alcohol and Catering

  • Onsite Catering

Image Gallery

Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space1,600 sq. m
Meeting Rooms14
Largest Room750 sq. m
Second Largest Room300 sq. m

Distance from Airport

  • 13 km from Venue


  • Complimentary Parking


Looking for an alternative to conservative city venues? Would you like to impress your guests and clients at a contemporary multi-purpose landmark building with million dollar river views? Brisbane Powerhouse offers unique spaces for boardroom meetings, exhibitions, weddings, private parties, conferences, product launches and all manner of events. All within ten minutes of the city, a hop skip and jump to the airport or a citycat ride up the river. Brisbane Powerhouse is the ideal venue for presenting medium sized events such as contemporary music, dance, drama and comedy shows. As well as meetings, weddings, private parties, conferences, exhibitions and product launches. Brisbane Powerhouse is located next to New Farm Park on the banks of the Brisbane river. Street access is via 119 Lamington Street, New Farm (continuation of James St). Brisbane Powerhouse is a contemporary performing and visual arts, dining and conference venue nestled on the beautiful banks of Brisbane River beside New Farm Park, Brisbane, Queensland. The former power station has become a distinct Brisbane and Queensland landmark, both as a stunning industrial creation and as a hub for everything creative, including theatre, music, comedy, film, visual arts, festivals and ideas.

Additional Information

Funded by Brisbane City Council (BCC), Brisbane Powerhouse opened as an arts centre in 2000 after its 30-year reign as a derelict power station. Bold industrial structures laced with European flair, raw textures and preserved graffiti walls combine to create the perfect artistic space and have earned the building a heritage listing. Brisbane Powerhouse reopened on 1 June 2007 with its continuing vision to bring the world’s finest arts to Brisbane, Queensland, and take the best of Brisbane arts to Australia and the world.

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