Whether you’re watching a show, taking in a visual arts exhibition or enjoying a picnic at New Farm Park, there’s no escaping the striking architecture of Brisbane Powerhouse.
Brisbane Powerhouse is a building that transcends time, holding close its memories of the city.
The industrial red brick facade, interior steel beams, gantry, generator and cement floors are remnants of Brisbane’s tram days; when, in the early-mid 1900s, the city was serviced by a bustling tram system. For further information about the amenities, location and parking, please visit the Brisbane Powerhouse website.
Photography by Falcon View
The New Farm Park CityCat jetty is a short 300m walk from Brisbane Powerhouse.
The taxi collect and drop off area is in the car park beside the Stores Building. Free taxi phones are located in the foyer opposite the box office.
The 195, 196 and 197 bus services stop at the end of Brunswick Street at Oxlade Drive, on the East side of New Farm Park. The 199 bus stops at Merthyr Road and Hawthorne Street. Both stops are a short walk away from Brisbane Powerhouse.
The Brisbane Powerhouse carpark has over 100 free car parks. During busy times they open a one way link road that connects to New Farm Park carpark that provides more than 200 additional car spaces. Secure bicycle racks are available outside of the Stores and Turbine buildings.