Public Art Walking Tour


Join the Museum of Brisbane on a guided walking tour of the city’s plethora of public art and examine the representations, controversies, risks and dynamic additions to Brisbane’s squares, lanes, foyers and streetscapes.

Be challenged by the changing meanings and dialogues that these works provoke and discuss what they might mean now and into the future. We’ll take you on a tour of familiar favourites and hidden gems that adorn the city. Before starting the tour, enjoy morning tea at the iconic Shingle Inn at City Hall.


Date: Friday 8 April 2022

Time: 9am – 1pm

Cost: $65 including transport & morning tea

Book now: Phone (07) 3624 2110 during business hours or visit Reception at 60 Kuran St, Chermside (open 8am – 4pm weekdays)

Considerable fitness is required. There may be some steps and uneven ground.


Further Details

The bus departs and returns to Kedron Wavell Services Club (21 Kittyhawk Dr, Chermside). The club is located close to Burnie Brae Centre and provides free parking. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure time and note that day tour return times are approximate only. Your contact details will be kept with the bus driver in case of an emergency.

Tickets are refundable if the event is cancelled. The trip is subject to reaching minimum ticket sale requirements and health directives.


CovidSafe: Please note that to attend ticketed events you will need to show proof of vaccination (COVID-19). As part of Burnie Brae’s COVID Safe Plan, we ask participants not to attend if they:

• have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or in close contact with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19;

• have been in a COVID-19 declared hotspot in the past 14 days;

• are unwell with any COVID-19 symptoms.


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