What’s On at Customs House

New Year’s Eve Dinner

Join us on the terrace overlooking the river for an evening of fine food, celebrations and Louis Roederer. The beautifully restored Customs House is a unique Brisbane heritage icon on the river in the CBD. Guests can be assured of excellent food, fantastic river views and friendly professional service.

Join us at 8pm for a glass of Louis Roederer or a cocktail before we indulge in a five course dinner and celebrate the New Year!

Five course dinner
A glass of Louis Roederer on arrival

Five course dinner with our deluxe beverages
8-12 midnight

Louis Roederer
Shaw + Smith & Henschke Wines
Cocktails on Arrival

Enquiries Ph:  07 3365 8921

New Year’s Eve Moët Rosé Garden

Customs House is the venue to welcome in the New Year with the bliss and bubbles of Moët & Chandon Rosé.

The Moët Rosé Garden is a picture-perfect spot to enjoy the midnight fireworks with unbeatable river views whilst enjoying delicious substantial canape food.

The Terrace will be styled with plenty of fresh white garden furniture, elegant pink elements for you to relax and laugh with friends.

Moët & Chandon Rosé is the perfect sip for New Years Eve, particularly when accompanied by the menu designed by our chef at Customs House.  The Rosé Garden bar will offer an array of pink hued rosé wines including AIX Rosé alongside the refreshing likes of Stone and Wood beer and Rosé Sangria.

Alongside your glass of pink bubbles (or traditional rosé if you prefer), enjoy the likes of proscuitto and parmigiano reggiano boards, delicate scampi caviar blini and crème fraiche and chervil, duck spring rolls and kimchi and XO sauce and the beloved Moreton Bay bug croissant.

NYE Moet & Rose Garden Bar Cocktail package – (includes 4 hr beverage package and substantial canapes)
8-12 midnight

Enquiries Ph:  07 3365 8921

The Pulse Chamber Orchestra and Sarah Stranger

17 November 2019 11:00am–3:00pm
The Long Room

The school of music presents a wonderful double bill of concerts at Customs House. Pulse Chamber Orchestra directed by Adam Chalabi and Patrick Murphy will present a morning of string orchestra classics including music by Sibelius, Grieg, Bartok and Tchaikovsky. There is seating for up to 250 people for the free performance beginning at 11am. This is an unticketed event and doors open at 10.50am – ten minutes prior to the concert start.

Following this at 1.30pm, Postgraduate student Sarah Stranger will present a solo piano recital showcasing the magnificent works of Francois Couperin. This is a similarly unticketed event and doors open at 1.15pm – 15 mins prior to the concert start.

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