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The Brisbane Entertainment Centre is Queensland's premier entertainment, sporting and meeting facility and was purpose built to accommodate the most complex events, from an intimate setting of 500 people up to a maximum of 13,500 for the grandest extravaganzas and international conferences.Add Brisbane Entertainment Centre to your Brisbane travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Brisbane online sightseeing planner.
The Brisbane Entertainment Centre was built by the Brisbane City Council as a world class multi purpose facility which formed part of Brisbane's bid for the 1992 Olympic Games. Ownership was transferred to Stadiums Queensland (formally Major Sports Facilities Authority) from 1 July 2002. The Centre has been operated since its inception by AEG Ogden (Brisbane) Pty Ltd.
Primarily recognised as a venue to host concerts, family shows and sporting events, the Brisbane Entertainment Centre also specialises in staging corporate events in particular, conferences, seminars, product launches and gala banquets.
Conveniently located in Brisbane's northern suburbs, the Brisbane Entertainment Centre is situated just 16 kms from the Brisbane CBD and a 8 kms from Brisbane Domestic and International airports.
Brisbane Entertainment Centre Reviews
I went to see Jack Whitehall on Feb 8. Unfortunately it was at the Brisbane entertainment Centre. Renound for post event traffic jams. Excessive parking fees. Honestly take the train. It is is 500... more »
A nightmare of a place to get out of at end of evening. Every woman in the venue had her bag taken off her and put into storage as it was “too big!” That waa any normal sized handbag. Ridiculous... more »
Pretty good for concerts. I've been to a fair few in the centre and every time it's been pumping and jumping. Food and drinks are way overpriced, but you've got to expect that from a 'stadium'. The ushers are always nice too
$15 for parking and no public transport (unless it's a really big event) makes coming here really inconvenient. Rules are pretty strict so make sure if you have a bag that's bigger than an A4 piece of paper you leave it at home or check it into the cloakroom on site. They touch you on price for food and drinks just like any other venue so I recommend you fill up before attending. Otherwise the stadium/Halls are well set up and thankfully air-conditioned sufficiently to maintain temperature.
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