Brisbane celebrates The G20 Leaders' Summit with limited edition culinary specials and events
As the G20 Leaders’ Summit approaches, Brisbane locals are embracing the world meet up with characteristic Queensland humour as enterprising local businesses celebrate the visit with special events and limited edition culinary specials.
Queensland’s Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) has raised the curtain on the influence of Japanese culture in Brisbane when the blockbuster fashion exhibition, Future Beauty: 30 years of Japanese Fashion opened last weekend.
It’s the final countdown. Less than two weeks from the G20 Leaders Summit in 2014, Brisbane and Queensland are sprouting all kinds of tourism
experiences to fire up any world leader’s imagination. Five new hotels are rolling out their welcome mats, two new markets are setting up stalls and a multi-million
dollar new Maritime Terminal in Airlie Beach is calling “All Aboard!”