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It’s time to talk logistics – how to get to Regional Flavours, where to park, public transport, hotel options, disabled access and more. And the best part is that we’ve done all of the hard work for you! Have a stress-free, smooth and fun-filled foodie weekend with a helping hand from the comprehensive guide below.


Want to know what’s cooking and when? Head to the official Regional Flavours event guide to plan your weekend. It includes information on which celebrity chefs and industry experts are attending, where they’re presenting and what you’ll learn by heading along.


Planning your trip to this year’s Regional Flavours? Arrive right on the Parklands’ doorstep with South Bank’s Little Stanley Street Car Park. The underground car park is open to the public 7 days a week from 5am – 1am, with over 800 spaces available. This includes eight bays with disabled access.

Entry to the car park is accessible via Tribune and Glenelg Streets, with lifts and stairs to the Parklands at the north and south entrances. Please note that a height limit of 2.1 metres is enforced.

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South Bank is extremely easy to access via public transport. There are two train stations located on Grey Street (the South Bank station is best for access to the River Quay end of South Bank and the South Brisbane station is best for access to the Cultural Precinct); two CityCat and ferry terminals, located on the Clem Jones Promenade; and two bus stations. The South Bank Busway is best for accessing the Parklands, while the Cultural Centre station is ideal for trips to the Cultural Precinct. For full timetables and fares, head to Translink’s website.


Keen to be the first cab off the rank at this year’s Regional Flavours? Forget worrying about parking (and that dreaded post-feast walk to the car) – taxi ranks are located throughout South Bank for easy drop-off and pick-up services. You can find them on Little Stanley Street, Grey Street, and Sidon Street.


Work off those cheeky third helpings early by walking or cycling to Regional Flavours! South Bank is just a 15-20 minute walk from the Brisbane CBD, with foot and cycle access available via the Victoria Bridge, Clem Jones Promenade, and Goodwill Bridge.

For cyclists, bike racks are provided at the Clem Jones Promenade, the Central Cafes, and Grey Street (outside the South Bank Cineplex) – just don’t forget to wear looser active gear!


South Bank is proud to be an accessible precinct for all visitors. Key accessibility information is below – if you have any questions, please contact the South Bank Visitor Information and Booking Centre on 07 3156 6366.

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Whether you’re visiting from out of town or simply trying to limit your post-feasting travel, South Bank’s surrounds are home to an impressive array of hotels, hostels, and luxury apartments. Your room for Regional Flavours is ready to book – find the spot to suit your budget here!

South Bank
Why waste time travelling when you could be feasting instead? Stay just steps away from this year’s Regional Flavours with our list of South Bank hotels. Located across the river from Brisbane’s CBD, South Bank offers fabulous city views and a long list of dining options. The Parklands are also home to Brisbane’s very own man-made beach, an island-themed escape in the bustling urban centre. Stay at: Rydges, Mantra, Menso at Southbank

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Had your fill of market stall goodies? Regional Flavours is surrounded by South Bank’s impressive list of dining destinations.

For those craving a sit-down meal, South Bank’s River Quay is home to a group of fine dining venues. After a day of exploring, kick up your feet at Stokehouse Q, Aquitaine Brasserie, Popolo Italian Kitchen & Bar, The Jetty, or River Quay Fish.

Haven’t finished sightseeing (or taste-testing)? You’ll find dozens of restaurants, cafes and bars along Little Stanley Street and Grey Street, with spots to suit all tastes and budgets.

Don’t fret if you’re too tired to explore, either! South Bank’s Parklands are home to a host of eateries and bars. Just across from Streets Beach, visitors can wander the cobbled pathways of Stanley Street Plaza for a bite to eat. For diners on the move, the Parklands’ Central Cafes offer a variety of takeaway meals and snacks.

For more details on South Bank’s restaurants, cafes, and bars, visit the official South Bank website.


For all those other essential needs throughout your day, check out the information below.

Parenting facilities
Big or small, all appetites are welcome at Regional Flavours! The South Bank Parklands offer facilities and services for parents and their little ones.

Parenting rooms can be located in the Allgas Building in Stanley Street Plaza (with a microwave and change table) and next to Cactus Republic in Stanley Street Plaza (with a change table).

Checking out a show on the Regional Flavours Main Stage? Pram parking is provided for your convenience. Follow the sign upon arrival for more details!

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Set on 17 hectares of grassy lawns, dining districts, and stunning waterfront walkways, the South Bank Parklands are anything but short of space – something the team at Regional Flavours were only too happy to take advantage of!

Stretch your legs (and your stomach) with events, stages and market stalls spread throughout the Parkland’s different spaces, each boasting its own unique charm – use the map below to find your way around the different zones of Regional Flavours.