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The Princess Theatre is the oldest theatre on mainland Australia, and is listed on the Queensland Heritage Register.
Constructed in 1888 in Annerley Road, Woolloongabba, the Princess Theatre is designed to an ornate Italianate style.
There were few productions staged in the 1890s and appropriately a clothing business was established in the dress circle during this period. It was still used periodically as a theatre but it is best remembered for film screenings which occurred after 1912.
The Gabba has a team of dedicated volunteers who conduct venue tours on a regular basis.
Tours usually take between one hour and one-and-a-half hours depending on the number of attendees and will give you a first hand look at the venue’s impressive facilities including player facilities, media rooms, the Members Dining Room with memorabilia, the Gabba’s indoor and outdoor practice wickets and even access to the main field (subject to team requirements and field maintenance).
Milani Gallery specialises in contemporary Australian art with a focus on supporting Queensland artists. Experimental Queensland artists such as Ross Manning and Sandra Selig are represented by the gallery, along with senior Australian painters including Richard Bell, Gordon Bennett, Gareth Samson and Jon Cattapan. The gallery has been operating in its current form since 2007.
Welcome to Apollo’s Day Spa where you can relax and unwind in a tranquil world saturated with blissful treatments for revitalization and enticement of the mind, body and soul.
At Apollo’s, you are presented with endless opportunities to experience a selection of pampering treatments that are perfectly designed to create a new you!
Our traditional, Korean-style bathhouse provides a peaceful haven for you to relax, rejuvenate and escape the stresses of city living.
Gift vouchers and pamper packages are available upon request, and can be tailored to meet your special needs for that special someone in your life.
Established in 2004, the Woolloongabba Art Gallery has quickly become one of Queensland’s leading galleries, dedicated to the exhibition and sale of quality contemporary art. Representing a stylistically varied selection of local and Australasian art by established and emerging artists, Woolloongabba Art Gallery’s regular exhibition program is complemented with substantial stockroom holdings of works by represented artists. With an ethos stepped in cultural appreciation, the gallery sources its indigenous exhibitions through 100% owned and operated art centres.
Laserforce has something for everyone! If you’re looking for a venue for a work or corporate event, birthday packages, bucks/hens nights, whatever reason to celebrate or get together we have something for you.
Laserforce has new features in the centre and in the Laserforce arena. Get lost in time with the Time Vortex or test your skills at the Labyrinth. Can you beat the top 10 scores?
You can now collect achievements in the game of Laserforce, there are so many to collect! Check out all the achievements and compare your scores with Laserforce players from all over the world at Iplaylaserforce.com.au!
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Laserforce is a live action laser game where players battle it out in a 600 square meter twin level playing arena. Step first into the Briefing Room to discover what your mission is. Next is the armoury where you strap on your Gen7 Laserforce Battle suit vest and phaser. Then it is off into the arena, dimly lit with fog swirling - you think you are in a different galaxy!
Watch out for the opposition players and the interactive targets hidden throughout the arena - zap them before they get you! The thumping sound track, spectacular light show and vibrant laser beams all add to making Laserforce a wonderful experience that you will always remember. Play in teams or everyone for themselves. Up to 50 people can play at once.
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The Crosstown Eating House is a restaurant and drinks lounge housed in a 1920s two-storey brick building in the antique strip of Logan Road, Woolloongabba. The first floor houses a boisterous eating house that serves the best selection of shared starters and bistro style mains; our philosophy, simple food cooked well. The Uptown is a laid back drinks lounge situated on the second floor of The Crosstown. Best described as 'fifties suburbia meets sophisticated Australiana', they serve an award winning range of cocktails, wine and beer.
The Diamantina Healthcare Museum displays the history of the site and hospitals where the Princess Alexandra Hospital now stands (1883 - present). Prominence is given to key persons in the original hospital, including Countess Diamantina Roma, Foundation Matron Chatfield, Dispenser Staubwasser and V.M.O Jefferis Turner. A broad spectrum of memorabilia is on display. The memorabilia reflects the history of over 100 years of healthcare at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.