The iconic Palace Entertainment Centre will be opening its doors in November, with the entertainment venue’s grand opening to mark the start of the new year.
Palace is a Victorian-era theatre, designed by the renowned architect, Frank Lloyd Wright.
The grand opening is to be held at the Palace in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD.
The Palace’s history dates back to 1875, when it was originally known as the Palais de Justice, and the building was later used for a hotel, office and cinema.
It has since been the home to a variety of cultural and artistic activities, including an Australian opera, theatre and opera house.
The palace was built by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes and other iconic works of literature, and was originally designed by Sir Edward Heath, one of the most famous architects in Australia.
It is owned by the Commonwealth Bank, and is part of the heritage of the city.
The new building will house the entertainment, entertainment and community services areas of the palace, with a rooftop terrace and an open-air restaurant, dining and retail space.
It will be one of Australia’s most exclusive hotels, with an outdoor pool, spa and spa bar.