The Cultural Heritage Trail is a 1.3-kilometre walk through the city's historic plazas and squares, with a focus on artworks and memorials that commemorate Brisbane's history. The trail commences at King George Square and finishes at St Stephen's Cathedral on Elizabeth Street. It is a mix of historic, heritage-listed and contemporary artworks and monuments, each contributing to Brisbane's story. 

Download the public art trail map brochure in your preferred format:

How to use the Cultural Heritage Public Art Trail online map view and text view

Select an icon to read about about each artwork in the public art trail.

As an alternative to the online map view and brochure, toggle to the text view (toggle is above map) for artwork and location information.

View all artworks in this trail in the Cultural Heritage Public Art Trail album in Council's Flickr account. 

Cultural Heritage Public Art Trail map and table

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Brisbane City Council acknowledges this Country and its Traditional Custodians. We pay our respects to the Elders, those who have passed into the dreaming; those here today; those of tomorrow.