Partners & Sponsors


Brisbane Open tours would not be possible without the support of our partners. We acknowledge the following contributions to the 2020 program.

Queensland Government Heritage. State government historians have generously contributed time to fact checking and researching the content of our tours.

Thanks to our guides for 2020:

The United Grand Lodge of Queensland.

Elliott Bledsoe of Forgotten Type.

Mary Howells, our Ann Street tour guide.

Malcolm Middleton our Paddington tour guide.

Founding partners

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


Brisbane Open is an initiative of Brisbane Open House.

Brisbane Open House is partially funded by the Queensland Government via the Department of Public Works and Housing. We acknowledge this contribution.

Interested in becoming a sponsor? Let us know how you would like to work with us. We welcome your enquiry.

Brisbane Open House and its initiative Brisbane Open are supported by the Queensland government through the Department of Public Works.

Brisbane Open House will return in 2022 with a strong and safe public program celebrating Brisbane’s architecture, engineering and history.

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Brisbane Open is a sustainability initiative raising funds for Brisbane Open House, a not for profit organisation who provides the free Brisbane Open House weekend annually.

The next Brisbane Open House weekend will be held in 2022.

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