Brisbane Open House

As a member of the Open House Worldwide, Brisbane Open House is a free event, providing the opportunity for us all to discover the hidden wealth of architecture, engineering and history in buildings, places and spaces in Brisbane. 

We would not be able to present this free public event without the support of our wonderful partners and supporters. 

For our 2022 event, we graciously welcome Her Excellency the Honourable Dr Jeannette Young PSM Governor of Queensland and Professor Graeme Nimmo RFD, as joint Patrons of Brisbane Open House.

As Brisbane Open House announces the details of this year’s events, new and exciting opportunities are unfolding for partnerships. This year’s program sees Brisbane Open House expand to introduce an Iconic Precinct as part of the BOH weekend as well as the introduction of Villages of Brisbane (VOB). Villages of Brisbane has been developed to provide a focus to selected significant villages that underpin the reason Brisbane City is a place of such variety, history and interest. Each year, a new area will be identified for focus. In this inaugural year we are focusing on the historic area of Sandgate and Shorncliffe.

We invite you to become a partner

Download our Partnership Opportunity document here

We are looking for long term partners to support us in growing the cultural capital for Brisbane and ensure that Brisbane Open House continues to grow and be a cultural tourism destination event. We welcome brand aligned companies and organisations to join us on our journey.

Our Partnership opportunities are for this and next year’s events, encompassing BOH and VOB 2022 and 2023, as well as the calendar of events outside of our core events, such as curated walking tours.

See our previous year’s event reports below:

2020 Program Report

2019 Program Report

Our current Brisbane Open House partners are:






Founding Partners

The inaugural Brisbane Open House was launched in 2010 with significant support from our Founding Partners the Queensland Government, The Committee for Brisbane and The National Trust of Australia (Queensland).