The Nightcruiser Booking Crew Brisbane have listed many of the venues that we visit with our tours and the transport we provide.
They are also listed on our exclusive venue deals and information list which we email to you once you have made a tentative booking with us..
This should assist you when planning a Nightcruiser Party Bus Tour and allow you to map out a workable schedule in and around Brisbane – BrisVegas, the state capital of Queensland, Australia.
Riverside Centre, 123 Eagle Street, Brisbane
Hours: Mon-Sun 11.30am – Late
Boasting a lush Gatsby-era decor, Blackbird is your high-end Sunday sesh go-to. A strong seafood and steak menu focus complements river views while a “dark” and “light” bar reflects the atmosphere of 1920s prohibition speakeasies.
Nightcruisers call here and also provide Function Transport in party mode!
Melaleuca Dr, Boondall
The Brisbane Entertainment Centre is Queensland’s premier entertainment, sporting and meeting facility and was purpose built to accommodate the most complex events, from an intimate setting of 500 people up to a maximum of 13,500 for the grandest extravaganzas and international conferences.
The Nightcruiser Fleet provides events and concert transport.
38 Caxton St, Brisbane
Hours: Sun-Thu 10 AM- 2 AM
Fri-Sat 10 AM- 3 AM
Nestled amongst Caxton Street’s trendy restaurants & bars, it caters to a varying demographic within its facilities.
The comfortable, modern hotel with air conditioning and state of the art sound and lighting, features 5 bars – including the well-renowned Cauldron Bar, multi-award-winning restaurant –
The Char Grill & Terrace Bar, casual alfresco style dining area –
The Street Cafe, function rooms, bottle shop, TAB & gaming facilities. The Caxton is open 7 days a week and is located just 50m from Suncorp Stadium, as well as The Barracks on Petrie Terrace, and just 3 minutes from the Brisbane CBD.
The Nightcruiser call on the Caxton Hotel with our many famous party tours and also provide function transport including late night.
71-73 Melbourne St, South Brisbane
Famed for its rooftop bar overlooking South Bank, The Fox dishes up a plethora of speciality cocktails on multiple floors of the heritage building. Share a food platter with friends whilst you soak up the Astroturf Spring atmosphere.
1/10 Eagle St, Brisbane City
Hours: Sun-Thu 5:30 PM- 9:30 PM
Fri-Sat 5:15 PM – 10 PM
Sanctuary Cove · Coolangatta · Mt. Tamborine · Brisbane
Seafood platters and familiar Greek and Italian staples in an airy, laid-back restaurant.
Nightcruiser Party Tours call on George’s Paragon Seafood Resturants and provide Function Transport including late-night group returns.
Ideal to include with your Hens Night and or Birthday Celebrations.
Shop 6E Little Stanley Street, Brisbane
Hours: Sun-Thu 12 PM – 10 PM
Fri-Sat 12 PM – 12 AM
The idea of the Hop and Pickle has been brewing for a while. What is the Hop and Pickle, you ask? It’s a pub – but not just any pub with typical pub grub, we’re proud purveyors of pub gastronomy.
18 Southpoint, 271 Grey Street, South Brisbane
Taking you on a journey, immersing you in a sweaty, humid, sun-soaked, laid back, old Queenslander house party where everyone is your mate.
The remodel of the heritage-listed Queenslander residence is the newest pub in the capital, which takes a fun, casual and topical approach to the city’s pub scene.
123 Eagle Street, Brisbane
Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley
Hour: Sun-Thu 11 AM- 12 AM
Fri 11 AM- 2 AM
Sat 8 AM – 2 AM
Pig ‘N’ Whistle West End is the ideal place to visit before a convention, exhibition or show. Ideal place to visit with the Nightcruiser Pub and Grub Party Tour or as part of your Birthday Celebration Pub Crawl
The premier lifestyle and cultural hub of Brisbane, South Bank, is quite literally at the doorstep.
71 Eagle St, Brisbane
Open: Fri – Sun 7 AM – 11:30 PM
Mon-Thu 7 AM – 11:30 PM
Public Holidays 8 AM – 10 PM
Right on the Brisbane River, Riverbar & Kitchen is a one-of-a-kind waterfront destination. With spectacular views, delectable food and an extensive array of drinks, Riverbar & Kitchen has the best beer garden in Brisbane and is ideal for any time of the day. Perfect for breakfast meetings right through to afternoon drinks in the sun, or dinner with cocktails and a wide selection of speciality beer and wines. This Brisbane favourite offers plenty of outdoor seating and the unique opportunity to sit by the water and socialize with friends.
51 Webster Road, Stafford
Hours: Mon-Sat: 10am – 4am
Sun. 10 AM – 2 AM
Situated just ten minutes north of Brisbane’s CBD, they offer a wide array of dining and entertainment options for everyone to enjoy.
Nightcruiser Party Tour call here and we also provide function transport. Ideal for our Birthdays and Pub Crawl Tours. Perfect place to meet prior to your all-night party tour for maybe a drink and or meal…
680 Ann Street, Brisbane
An award-winning venue, located in the heart of Fortitude Valley, Laruche (French for ‘the beehive’) offers much more than your typical night out.
Split over two levels, the venue hosts two bars, a designated outdoor smoking area, and a restaurant kitchen. Since opening in 2009, impeccable service, bespoke cocktails and a delectable food offering have become synonymous with the Laruche experience.
Nightcruisers provide function transport as well as your Party Tours including Birthday Functions.
200 Main St, Kangaroo Point
Story Bridge Hotel houses some of Brisbane’s most unique and stylish venues for private events, conferences and corporate parties.
The Nightcruiser provide group transport for all functions and events.
With several entertainment areas including restaurants, bars and chilled outdoor dining spaces, the Hotel offers a spot to unwind and enjoy a delicious dinner, a casual lunch or some refreshing drinks.
Sunday session, some drinks and live music and stay for one of their famous steaks.
It’s all happening under the Bridge!
127 Edward St, Brisbane
Open: Mon-Sun 10 AM – 5 AM
The “iconic” Victory Hotel, situated in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD, has long been referred to as “Brisbane’s Favourite Meeting Place”.
A great party atmosphere and live entertainment five nights of the week combined with fantastic food and an extensive selection of beverages makes the Victory Hotel the ultimate venue for whatever you may be after.
This hip neighbourhood locale serves simple but ever-changing food and drink options seven days a week. This 300-seat space rests right at the end of Caxton St, almost across from the Suncorp Stadium. Grab something delicious to eat and kick back with friends and great drinks to laze away a Sunday arvo.
Home of the renowned Sit Down Comedy Club, the Paddo Tavern is the quintessential haunt for a Given Tce Sunday session. Sundays host the Creature of Habit Sunday session with burgers, jugs of Little Creatures, free pool all day with a pool comp at 5pm and live music from 2pm.
Serving Brisbane’s best blend of French-Vietnamese cuisine, a Sunday sesh at Libertine helps you relish an afternoon with the lads. Surrounded by decadent wallpapers, gold leaf embellishments, locally designed and recycled timber furniture, and chandeliered ceilings, you’ll feel as fancy as ever.
Craft beers lovers themselves, the bartenders at Brewski can help make you one as well. Settle in on Sundays with a $10 lunch from midday to 4pm as you taste your way through over 150 bottles and an ever-changing tap of local, national, and international craft beers.
A game day staple, The Caxton Hotel will broadcast all the big sport live on the big screen and on monitors throughout the venue. Outdoor bars open prior to and after the match. Event day menu available in the cafe from 10am.
A bright new light on Petrie Tce, Sandy’s Good Time Bar’s all about, as you can imagine, letting the good times roll. Serenade your cares away from 4pm every Sunday with karaoke.
They do frites, they do burgers and they do beers. Pretty fritzensimple. Classic burgers made from local ingredients meet frites that aren’t just an afterthought, washed down with beers brewed in-house and rotated through a small-scale pilot system.
Friday’s is among the best waterfront locations in Brisbane. A huge beverage list, local music, helpful staff and great company will help you wind down a weekend with a view.
Every Sunday in the sunny CBD, Mr & Mrs G Riverbar will be open from 4pm, serving food and drinks. Wander over to the water after the match for music from a live band, liquid refreshment and riverside views.
The city’s highest bar, Sazerac sits 30 storeys above the CBD. Confident, curated and considered concoctions celebrate the evolution of the cocktail. An extensive list of Australian and New Zealand wines complements exquisite views.
The Stock Exchange
If nothing else, Sundays at Stockies are famous for closing out the weekend. Kicking off from midday, an afternoon of back-to-back DJs cover three rooms across the venue. Student-friendly vibes and prices plus games and prizes each week make for the ultimate weekend wind down.
Elixir Rooftop Bar
Nestled above Ann St, Elixir offers a hidden tranquility. Flexibility and sophistication create a memorable experience for everyone who kicks back with a cocktail to watch the weekend wane over the CBD.
Soho Sundays at the Fox Hotel are all about squeezing the last drop out of your leisure time. Let the weekend linger with pizza and delicious cocktails while the mischief unfurls to the beats of live DJs. Make a new Sunday companion from one of Brisbane’s hottest rooftop venues.
In the heart of West End, Lock ‘n’ Load is the spot to escape the city streets with a tranquil courtyard, live music and the bohemian lifestyle on full display. Seasonal cocktails, beers, ciders and lunch or dinner meals help bring the chilled vibes to what will be a legendary Sunday session.
Chic sister venue to Bacchus, Soleil rightfully brags about its pool and its position. Soak up sun on the pool deck or relax under the glow of the massive LED screen over the bar. Peep over Grey St as DJs and acoustic music play in one of the smoothest places to be with a glass in hand.
South Bank’s most authentic Italian, Popolo means people. Grab a picnic hamper before you sit back and relax with your drinks on the lawn of the River Quay.
Bringing to life the story of the original charming rogue, The Charming Squire evokes a sense of history and storytelling, with an inspired menu and the full range of James Squire beers and ciders on tap. Live music on Sundays and a new spit roast every day keep the end of the weekend surprising.
Named for an unsung hero of fermentation, Saccharomyces Beer Cafe has seasonal fluid and food menus with 10 rotating beers on tap. Meander down Fish Lane to discover this hidden gem tucked away beside Merivale St.
Archive Beer Boutique’s mission is to bring you the very best in both domestic and imported craft beers (and ciders) all year round. Pool tables, a terrace and a live DJ from 3pm turn Sundays into fundays right in the middle of West End.
Voted Brisbane’s best cocktail bar, the Lychee Lounge creates drinks almost too beautiful to consume. Settle in after 4pm on a Sunday with locally designed chandeliers, fish-scaled walls and a dome ceiling that capture an East-meets-West spirit against an urban backdrop.
Every Sunday, the Plough Inn runs the taps dry – Carlton Dry. Live music meets the freshest tap beer in Brisbane. Unpasteurised and untouched, this is as pure as the draught gets. Grab a seat in the Beer Garden with friends and enjoy the best of the rest of the weekend.
Eleven offers a space to relax and escape the busyness of the everyday grind. A simple and comfortable approach to food and drinks keep the venue flexible – laid-back during the day, easily transitioning to a cultured dinner and party vibe at night. Plus the best view in town.
The Brunswick Hotel offers a relaxed, friendly experience for your next Sunday sesh. Your favourite traditional pub fare, pizza and pasta selections plus cold beer and great company make for an equally great day.
Uniquely Queensland, Sixes and Sevens still describes itself as a public house. Intimate lounge spaces and long tables of reclaimed timber supplement the food and beverages that are simple, clever and designed to complement the everyday experience. Cider, beer on tap and wine served from the barrel in a carafe.
Sit by the river on a Sunday afternoon to enjoy the breeze, a menu of cocktails and a beautiful wine list. From midday on weekends live music kicks off. Dinner, drinks and a show.
The Bistro’s little sister, Gerard’s Bar steps you back in time to reveal great food, delicious drinks and excellent service. The European-style setting is tucked behind busy James St and knows how to fill a Sunday session with tapas, charcuterie and cocktails.
Named for its prime Valley location, Alfred & Constance boasts two bars and a late-night cafe to help soothe the Sunday night anxiety. Try the White Lightning Tiki Bar for a tropical twist, the Vanguard Beer Garden Bar for cocktails and jugs and the dessert cafe for when the sun sets and you’re kicking on.
Trading in Australian nostalgia, The Flying Cock is the place on the corner to remember and celebrate the times we’ve had – like the weekend about to, well, end. Escape to the Smugglers Bar for a drink and a dance and chow down on some chicken at the new Coop Bistro.
A subterranean wonderland, Heya Bar’s inspired by the street markets of Southeast Asia. Hidden bars, live music, pool tables and pinball machines are all secluded away under the bustling Brunswick St. Lose yourself (and the rest of your Sunday) to flavoursome street eats or discover the variety of drinks.
Bloodhound’s custom built 10-tap copper font pours the liquid courage straight into the end of your weekend. Wines, spirits and cocktails are on offer, as you’d expect, in this heritage building with original features presented to the world. Try the upstairs bar for a view over Brunswick St.
More than just a hotel, Limes is perfectly placed to begin or end a Sunday afternoon trek into the Valley. The rooftop bar’s not afraid to get wild with cocktails, offering zombies and frose, along with a mostly Australian wine list.