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BNE magazine is published bi-monthly

by Brisbane Airport Corporation

©2017 Brisbane Airport Corporation. The contents of this publication are

not for reproduction, redistribution or reuse by any means whatsoever

or in any form whatsoever without express permission of the publisher.

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give satisfaction. The publication of any material or editorial does not

necessarily constitute endorsement of views or opinions expressed. While

every effort is made to avoid errors, some information contained in the

publicationmaybesuperceded.

Brisbane Airport Corporation Media

and Corporate Communications

Manager:

Leonie Vandeven

Managing Editor:

Heather McWhinnie

email:

editor@bnemagazine.com.au

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Stephen Bryett

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or email:

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CONTENTS

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Brisbane Airport News

BNE best in Australia and Pacific; new

non-stop flights to Hong Kong and more

7

Brisbane Insider

Indigenous youth explore the arts;

Anywhere Theatre Festival; and who to

watch at Brisbane Racing Carnival

8

Goddess of the Galaxy

Aussie star Elizabeth Debicki rules in her

latest movie role and she’s on a fast track

to the top of the A-list in Hollywood

10

Let’s make a difference

Three entrepreneurs who already are

STYLE

12

New season trends

The pieces that should be in your

wardrobe this winter

ESCAPE

14

Kuala Lumpur

New flights make it a fun new girls getaway

18

Light shines on Red Centre

There’s more than Uluru to discover on a

road trip in Australia’s Red Centre

24

Why the west is cool

Temperatures may plummet west

of Brisbane but the region is a hot

winter break

FOOD & DRINK

28

Get outta town

Foodies should hit the road to savour

some of Queensland’s best festivals

30

Gourmet treasures to go

Tasty treats that make great gifts

WHAT’S ON

32

Music and dance

Stars of tomorrow dance in

Wonderland while the world’s best

perform exclusively in Brisbane

34

Comedy, cabaret and cosplay

Chris Rock, Alan Cumming and

the superheroes of anime are in

the spotlight

35

Events calendar

Find out what’s happening around the

city here

MY BRISBANE

36

Sam Strong

Queensland Theatre artistic director

GALLERY

39

Day in the life

People in transit at Brisbane Airport

NEED TO KNOW

38

Helpful information for

visitors to Brisbane Airport

40

Destination map

43

Brisbane metro map

CONTENTS

Welcome to your

free BNE magazine,

brought to you by

Brisbane Airport

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ueensland may be known as the

Sunshine State but in winter we do

get snow. In the Granite Belt , just

a few hours drive south west of Brisbane, it’s

that very cold climate that produces some

of Australia’s best wine (see page 30) and an

excuse to sit in front of a log fire or to enjoy

brisk walks in the country and the hearty

fare being served up by a new generation of

cafépreneurs in the west (page 24). Now is

also the time to plan a trip to the Red Centre

before the lights go out on Bruce Munro’s

Field of Light installation near Uluru, a display

extended only until March 2018. There are

good reasons to get out closer to home, too,

and discover a different side to the city as

the Anywhere Theatre Festival takes over

spaces from espresso bars to scout halls and

substations for some indie entertainment

(see page 7). Read on and plan...

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