Messengers of Brisbane
Suitable for all ages
Six giant Gouldian Finches will fly into Brisbane to spread messages of hope this September.
Created by internationally renowned artist Florentijn Hofman and brought to life by Brisbane’s Urban Art Projects, these spectacularly coloured birds invite us to look up and smile.
Perched atop iconic Brisbane locations in the inner-city river area, Messengers of Brisbane can be viewed on a leisurely stroll, bike ride, or even from a CityCat.
Party hats are on!
Brisbane City Hall, Brisbane Powerhouse, Goodwill Bridge, South Bank, QPAC and Queensland Museum.
100% Visual content. No music or dialogue.
For more information visit Brisbane Festival.
Brisbane City Council is a proud founding partner of Brisbane Festival.
No bookings required.
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