Brisbane City Hall

Built between 1920 and 1930, the heritage-listed City Hall is seen as the heart of Brisbane and has been the backdrop to many cultural, social and civic events.

Having undergone a $215 million restoration, City Hall is the perfect place to explore Brisbane's history with daily guided tours showcasing the Main Auditorium, Father Henry Willis Organ and the iconic clock tower.

The Museum of Brisbane, another feature of City Hall, showcases artworks from the City of Brisbane collection as well as contemporary exhibitions by some of the city's leading artists.


What's on at City Hall

Find out what's on at City Hall including information about the Museum of Brisbane, City Hall clock towers, tours and cafes.

Visiting City Hall

Find out about City Hall venues, things to do, accessibility and parking. Find things to do at City Hall.

Booking City Hall

City Hall has 14 venues for hire and booking. Find out more, as well as booking information.

Attend a Council meeting

You are welcome to attend all Brisbane City Council ordinary meetings and most Standing Committee meetings.

History & heritage of City Hall

Learn about City Hall's history and heritage, including archeological discoveries and heritage features.

Brisbane 2012 time capsule

A time capsule containing messages from 2012 was placed inside City Hall's Main Auditorium in April 2013.

City Hall restoration 2010-2013

Read about the City Hall restoration, including the National Trust Brisbane City Hall Appeal, sustainability initiatives and WWII Signature Wall.

National Trust Brisbane City Hall Appeal

Find out how to donate to the National Trust Brisbane City Hall Appeal and how donors are recognised. 

Museum of Brisbane

Museum of Brisbane is a purpose-built gallery sitting on Level 3 of City Hall. Find out what's on at Museum of Brisbane.

King George Square

A space that reflects the historic values of the city. Check out the calendar of events or how you can book the square.