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A pigment of your imagination: Eagle Street Pier’s Spring Colour Party

Just around the river bend this spring is the chance to paint with all the colours of the wind(y) Eagle Street Pier.

For a stellar five weeks between Thursday, September 12 and Sunday, October 13, Eagle Street Pier will be dazzling foodies and families alike with a kaleidoscopic range of live entertainment, fun-filled activities, giveaways, and colourful visuals that are sure to spice up your Instagram!

On Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from midday, you could snap up 1 of 100 coffee and sweet treat giveaways, courtesy of the Coffee Club, just by strolling through the precinct.

Who said the good times stop there? We’ve Eagle Street peered into the end of the rainbow and discovered even more colourful giveaways – think delicious spring mocktails from 5 pm, and a $200 Eagle Street Pier gift card to give away to one lucky punter each week!

All giveaways will be available from Eagle Street Pier’s Spring Has Sprung station right in the heart of the precinct – also the zone to sit, chill and enjoy acoustic music by some blooming fantastic local artists performing every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 12 pm to 3 pm and 4 pm to 7 pm.

Saturdays between 12 pm and 2 pm (and during the school holidays on September 26 and 27 and October 3 and 4) will see free kids face-painting sessions, while big events like Riverfire on Saturday, September 28 and Sea to The City on Sunday, October 13 are also mapped out on the Spring Colour Party calendar!

For those yet to hear about the seafood wave of deliciousness coming to Brisbane, Sea to the City will again have Eagle Street Pier awash with various food and drink pop-ups showcasing the best oysters, Moreton Bay bugs, and fresh fish that Queensland has to offer thanks to Eagle Street Pier’s delicious tenants.

Ready to seas September with Eagle Street Pier? Then be sure to take a walk down the colourful riverside precinct this springtime.


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Words by Jacqueline Pon
- the gourmand who can see your true colours shining at Eagle Street Pier’s Spring Colour Party.