Events in Brisbane, Australia Jan 2023

Here are the latest events in Jan 2023 in Brisbane, Australia.

There are diverse events suitable for all ages in Brisbane this January. The events are held at a wide range of venues from the city, to the suburbs and also in regional areas. There are many different types of entertainment available in Brisbane, with something for everyone and every age group. So if you’re looking for things to do in January 2023, here are some of the best upcoming events:

Mapping Our World Jan 2023

Mapping Our World will be on at the Queensland Museum from 20 January to May 2023, and it’s sure to be a hit with the whole family. The exhibition celebrates maps and their role in shaping our world. It explores how cartographers have used a range of techniques to create maps that showed different perspectives of the landscape over time, including those drawn by explorers and settlers, as well as more abstract ones based on mathematics and science.

The exhibition features over 250 historical artifacts—including rare items like colonial-era maps—and tells stories of how explorers charted new lands all over Europe, Asia, Africa and North America using tools such as compass needles or astrolabes; it also looks at how technologies such as Google Earth have changed the way we view these places today!

“Mapping Our World is an opportunity for everyone interested in exploring different perspectives on landforms around our planet,” says curator Dr Neil Geddes about this exciting new exhibit.”Maps offer us glimpses into another time period where people had different needs or interests than our own.”

Brisbane International Jazz Festival

The Brisbane International Jazz Festival is held from January 23 to February 4, 2023, and features jazz music from around the world with performances by international artists in many venues across Brisbane. The festival has been running for more than 30 years and attracts up to 1 million people each year. Tickets are available at discounted prices for early birds who purchase tickets before Christmas 2020!

Tickets range from A$69 – A$169 (AUD) per person depending on where you sit and what kind of show you’re seeing; prices go up for shows later in the week or for events featuring bigger-name artists like Diana Krall or James Morrison. You can book tickets online via Ticketek or through your preferred provider (eg Ticketmaster). If you’re looking to stay locally during your trip, check out Airbnb’s listings here!

Art and Exhibitions Jan 2023

There are plenty of reasons to look forward to the next month, with an exciting lineup of art exhibitions, gallery events, and other artistic performances set to take place in Brisbane. Whether you’re interested in seeing a one-of-a-kind piece at a private exhibition or taking part in a group art project with friends, there’s something for everyone.

Visual Arts Society – The Visual Arts Society is hosting its annual open house event at Salisbury House on January 20th. This free event includes an opportunity to interact with artists and purchase their work directly from them!

Michael McGurk Gallery – Located on William Street in Central Business District (CBD), this gallery showcases both established and emerging Australian artists through solo shows and collaborative projects. On January 20th they’ll be putting on their ‘Nexus’ exhibition featuring works by three local artists who have all studied at Queensland College of Art (QCA).

Festivals, food and wine Jan 2023

The Brisbane food and wine festival is a great way to spend the day in Brisbane.

The City of Gold Coast has a bunch of fun activities lined up for you on New Year’s Day! This event features live music, food stalls and fireworks choreographed to music by renowned composer Hans Zimmer.*

The Good People Festival – 2-4 Jan ($10-$40)

There are many diverse events suitable for all ages in Brisbane this January. We hope that you are able to attend one of the events on our list and enjoy the city’s vibrant culture.