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About Us

The Queensland Multicultural Centre (QMC) is becoming one of Brisbane’s most iconic exhibition and

events venue, located directly under the world famous story bridge on the historic Yungaba site.

QMC Venue Entrance

Who We Are

Opening in 2012, this purpose built facility was established to promote unity in our society and a sense of belonging for all. Intercultural communications, understanding and an appreciation of diversity can be strengthened by sharing our cultural background and QMC provides the perfect space to do so. With a large range of spaces available to suit both community and corporate needs, QMC welcomes the opportunity for people to celebrate and share their diversity through performance and arts.

What We Do

QMC operates one large theatre performance space and a number of function spaces and multi-purpose rooms suitable for a range of events, meetings and seminars. The venue also features a kitchen, box office and bar. Located within the prominent inner city suburb of Kangaroo Point, QMC partners with a number of organisations in the precinct to offer customised event solutions in a range of areas including, professional technical services, competitive accommodation, ticketing management, photography, videography and more.

Why Choose Us

This state of the art facility is managed by the Brisbane Multicultural Arts Centre (BEMAC), an organisation with over 25 years of experience delivering arts and cultural services to and for the multicultural and arts sector. BEMAC’s mission is to be “recognised nationally as the heart of multicultural arts in Queensland through the development, presentation and promotion of the artistic value, cultural and social worth and commercial potential of diverse multicultural arts and artists”.