SUM­MER IN THE CITY

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If you need ex­tra ex­cuse to book a mini break, here are three events for your cal­en­dar:

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The 9th Asia Pa­cific Tri­en­nial of Con­tem­po­rary Art (APT9), QAGOMA The am­bi­tious APT se­ries re­turns to QAGOMA this sum­mer, bring­ing sig­nif­i­cant art from across the Asia Pa­cific to Bris­bane. This free con­tem­po­rary art ex­hi­bi­tion presents a unique mix of cre­ativ­ity and cross­cul­tural in­sight. It’s on un­til April 28.

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The De­sign­ers’ Guide: Eas­ton Pear­son Archive, Mu­seum of Bris­bane Em­braced by the style set, the ex­hi­bi­tion show­cases bold and beau­ti­ful de­signs from the Bris­bane fash­ion house over its 28 years, com­ple­mented by sketches, ac­ces­sories and anec­dotes from the de­sign­ers. The De­sign­ers’ Guide: Eas­ton Pear­son Archive runs un­til April 22. Tick­ets are $12, con­ces­sion $9 or free for chil­dren aged un­der 12.

DE­CEM­BER 30 - JAN­UARY 6

Bris­bane In­ter­na­tional, Queens­land Ten­nis Cen­tre As one of the key lead-in events to the Aus­tralian Ten­nis Open, it’s at­tracted some big names in its 10-year his­tory. Past tour­na­ment win­ners in­clude Roger Federer, Nick Kyr­gios and Ser­ena Wil­liams. Ground passes start at $25 and on the open­ing day, adults can bring up to four kids free to watch the early round ac­tion.

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