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Best Lifestyle Blogs in Brisbane Australia

Top 10 Best Lifestyle Blogs in Brisbane Australia

Welcome to Brisbane! With so many lifestyle blogs out there, it can be hard to know which ones are the best for keeping up with the latest events and trends in Australia’s third largest city. To make your life easier, we have put together a list of the top 10 best lifestyle blogs in Brisbane. From food reviews to beauty tips and fashion advice, these blogs have something for everyone looking to stay informed about what’s going on in Brisbane.

Best Lifestyle Blogs in Brisbane Australia

1. Brisbane Times

Welcome to the Brisbane Times Facebook page where you can find local, state, national and international news as well as commentary and analysis important to Queenslanders. 

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2. Brisbane Art Guide

BNE ART is an independent art guide that celebrates, showcases and archives Brisbane-based and surrounding areas visual arts content.

Their vision is to create an easy access point to the contemporary arts, while developing new audiences for artists and art spaces.

BNE ART has been operating over the past decade as a free, experimental and open sourced resource. Everything here exists for the community and continues to thrive because of the community.

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3. Style Magazines

They are Style Media celebrating our enviable lifestyle by being a stylish source of what’s hot, new, and happening in Brisbane and beyond.

With 20+ years in publishing, they continue to be a stylish source of what’s hot, new, and happening in Brisbane and beyond, celebrating the homegrown talent, businesses, experiences, and influential voices on their doorstep.

We’re a team of influential creatives who are approachable, credible, seen not just heard, and committed to sharing and delivering for our readers, brand partners, and communities.

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4. Brisbane Family Explorers

​Hello everyone! They are Brisbane Family Explorers – a multicultural family of five who love to get out, explore and see the world around them! When they commenced thier blogging journey, they set ourselves a challenge to discover and document 100 different family friendly places, activities and events in and around Brisbane, Australia. They didn’t realise that they would reach our goal so quickly! In just over a year, they have seen, photographed, experienced, described, enjoyed and shared over 150 (and counting!) different fun things to do in Brisbane, and along the way connected with over 20,000 followers on Instagram!
They have been fortunate and honoured in having their photos shared as well as working, collaborating and being involved with some major organisations and events – both international and local.

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5. Collapse Board | Brisbane Music Blog

Collapse Board is a new and classy publication, dedicated to music criticism. There are blogs about   music, articles about music, reviews of music, photographs of music, links to music – and even MP3s of music. Their one inviolate rule is that we shouldn’t bore you. If we bore you, let us know.

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6. Be A Fun Mum

Be A Fun Mum began in July 2009. The original Author, Kelly, started the blog because she didn’t feel she was a fun mum.

But she wanted to be.

She wanted to create a family life of value, and to provide her four children with many wonderful memories. So she started the blog as a goal. That is where the name Be A Fun Mum came from.

So what is the blog actually about?

Be A Fun Mum isn’t a craft or activity blog. It’s a blog about connection and designing family life.

Sure, there is craft and fun activity ideas. Recipes, DIY projects and stories, but that’s not the core of the blog.

The blog is largely about developing your own parenting style and having fun with it. This largely comes in stages.

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7. Brisbane City Council Blog

Brisbane is the largest local government in Australia with 26 wards and 27 councillor positions. Find information about Brisbane City Council councillors, organisational structure, rates and more. 

Learn about Council’s long-term vision for the future including their vision and strategies, digital innovation projects, and our Customer Charter.

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8. Must Do Brisbane

Must Do Brisbane is the guide for the discerning Brisbane resident or visitor who thinks that life’s too short to eat bad food, drink bad coffee, shop exclusively in malls, watch endless TV or waste time trawling the web for what the alternatives might be.

Be it where to eat and drink, take a walk, a bike ride, see a show, shop, visit a gallery or a market, take in some history, entertain the children or roam with the dog, they have Brisbane covered, with over 20,000 pages of unique, great and latest things to do and see, many of all tried and tested independently and anonymously by myself and a trusty co writer. And plenty of what you’ll find here you won’t find anywhere else.

Know where to find the Cypriot cheesemaker who sells from a factory in his house, the secret suburban boutique selling pre-loved Vivienne Westwood, the drive-in you can take the dog to or the coffee lounge in an air raid shelter? How about the latest laneway wine bars, Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr’s fave Brisbane restaurant in the hills or the BYO food beer den? Or fifty great budget places to eat out with children that don’t start with Mc or Hungry, the best 15 family bike rides and the city’s only Polish market? We do and they’re all on the site along with plenty more gems where they came from.

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9. Alison Cooke Photography

She is Alison, Brisbane Photographer. Dog Lover. Wine Connoisseur.

She wasn’t always a photographer. Actually, her first job was at 15 as a checkout chick at Woolworths. (She know, politically it’s incorrect but it’s what they called themselves)

But it was a short-lived career.

They had a blast!

Along with the parties, numerous casual jobs and housekeeping at island resorts, photography was an unintentional, and accidental, career path.

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10. Blue Curtains

“The curtains were blue.”

What you teacher thinks: “The curtains represent his immense depression and his lack of will to carry on.”

What the author meant: “The curtains were f**king blue.”

Though it was created in relation to the novel, reference to this meme about author intent features regularly in they theatre going reflections; I’d like to think that if the theatre is quality, the curtains are never just blue. These are they stories from the stalls in response to this dilemma.

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