It may be one of Brisbane’s oldest suburbs, but Woolloongabba is ever changing. One thing remains though; the suburb’s old antique style charm.
It is of course home to the famous Gabba Stadium, but only a stone’s throw away is a little strip of Logan Road affectionately known as Gabba Village.
This hub is beaming with quirky bars, restaurants and bistros all paying homage to the suburb’s antique vibe.
The Canvas Club is one of the longer standing residents within the village and provides plenty of options when it comes to food, wine and cocktails.
New kid on the block, Electric Avenue is proving popular with Gabba Village goers. The building was an old antique store for many years, so owner Nick Royds has made sure to keep the vintage theme going. And you’ll find a little surprise on the upper level of the building …. Stepping through a discretely hidden wardrobe door into a secret bar you will feel like you’ve stepped into a different world …. To discover more, may we suggest you go along and find out for yourself!
Across the road from the Gabba Village, The Queensland Cricketers Club has also undergone a change or two. The member based club is located within the Gabba Stadium and offers exclusive access to the venue’s facilities with unbeatable views of the Gabba oval. It recently revealed a brand new look with a huge open plan area perfect for private functions and events.
16 Logan Road, Woolloongabba
Tuesday – Friday: 12pm – 12am
Saturday & Sunday: 8am – 12am
Queensland Cricketers Club
411 Vulture Street, East Brisbane
23 Logan Road, Woolloongabba