Slip on some sports shoes, sip on a macchiato or sup on some of the finest food in Brisbane. The neighbourhood of New Farm is where you'll find the good life.
One of the most exclusive and sought-after of Brisbane's inner-city suburbs, New Farm makes the most of its incredible riverfront location with a wealth of open spaces and an obvious love for the good life. This enclave of tree-lined streets, elaborate raised Queenslander houses (recognisable for their breezy wraparound verandas and ornate timber detailing) and gourmet treats in cafés and delis have long been known as Brisbane's Little Italy.
But its history as one of the city's oldest precincts, its spot nestled in the bend of the river, and a rich arts scene mean there is much more to New Farm than meets the eye.
The Riverwalk links to the city centre via waterfront pedestrian and bike paths.
Brisbane Powerhouse shows contemporary plays and concerts in a graffitied red-brick industrial building, while the area's relaxed dining scene has cheery brunch cafes and kid-friendly eateries.
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