The historic, colonnaded Customs House houses a combined wedding, function, restaurant and bar space
Built over three years from 1886 to 1889, Brisbane's copper-domed Customs House is a piece of Brisbane's port history that over time has transformed into the house of celebration it is today. The upper level Long Room, with dome atop, hosts weddings, functions and events while the ground-level restaurant is the place to dine inside and out with breathtaking Story Bridge and river views, making this one of Brisbane's premiere dining locations. The contemporary menu boasts local Mooloolaba prawns and Moreton Bay bugs and if that's not enough to tempt, arrive as the sun goes down and party into the night every Thursday to Sunday while spritzing it up at the colourful, alfresco Aperol Spritz pop-up bar.
|Venue name:||Customs House|
|Opening hours:||Mon noon-3pm; Tue-Sat noon-3pm, 5.30pm-late; Sun 9am-11am, noon-3pm|