Eat Street Northshore Recognised as “Highly Recommended” at Brisbane’s Cleaner Suburbs Awards

A dining and entertainment venue situated at the old container wharf at Northshore Hamilton received a “Highly Recommended” recognition at the Brisbane’s Cleaner Suburbs Awards.

Eat Street Northshore, along with Loop Growers, has been cited “Highly Recommended” in the Cleanaway Waste Innovation category of the Brisbane’s Cleaner Suburbs Awards held last 17 October 2019.

Eat Street Northshore highly  Recommended Brisbane's Cleaner Suburbs Awards
Photo credit: Eat Street Northshore / Facebook

Eat Street Northshore was recognised for taking action to eliminate all general waste requiring all vendors to eliminate plastics and convert to compostable items, recycling everything “from cans and bottles, to cardboard, oyster shells, oil, food scraps, and scrap metal.”

Eat Street Northshore highly  Recommended Brisbane's Cleaner Suburbs Awards
Photo credit: Eat Street Northshore / Facebook

Eat Street Northshore is also the first location in Australia to use a state-of-the-art vertical hydroponic farm to grow food right at the site. This enabled vendors to get fresh supplies of veggies and herbs direct from its onsite garden, inside a repurposed shipping container.

Photo credit: Eat Street Northshore / Facebook

Renae McBrien, on the other hand, took home the Cleanaway Waste Innovation Award for her contribution in the reduction of waste that goes to landfill by designing and delivering community gardens, and impacting large scale recycling segregation and sustainable staff education, across 16 health care facilities. Her efforts resulted in the removal of over 1 million plastic units per year. 

Brisbane’s Cleaner Suburbs Awards recognise organisations and individuals for their contribution to the environment and creating a clear and green city. Brisbane City Council worked in partnership with CitySmart to deliver the awards.

Individuals, community groups, P&C, multicultural groups and associations, businesses, workplaces, universities, and schools are eligible to enter the Cleaner Suburbs Awards. 

There were seven categories and 11 Cleaner Suburbs Awards given this year: 

  • Councillors’ Clean Green Choice Award
  • Litter Prevention Awards – Individual 5-17yrs, Individual 18+ yrs, and two (2) Groups 
  • Waste Innovation Award
  • Brisbane’s Clean Green Award
  • People’s Choice Litter Prevention Award
  • Clean Schools Awards – Primary School and Secondary School
  • Outstanding Clean Green Award.


Brisbane Youth Week 2019: Listen to Live Performances at the QUBE Effect in Hamilton

Are you looking forward to join the activities lined up for Brisbane Youth Week 2019? If you love music, call the gang and see a live music show in Hamilton.

Mark your calendars on 12 April 2019 for the QUBE Effect concert at Eat Street Northshore where you will get to listen to 24 of the city’s best new music acts.

The show will start at 6:00 p.m., but it’s recommended to arrive 30 minutes before the start time so you can find a car park and pick up your tickets.

Indie band Sycco will start the show. It will be followed by performances from acoustic singer Jordan Dozzi, indie rock band The Jensens, and folk singer-songwriter Annie Joelle.

There will also be performances from bands like Selfish Sons, Vesper Green, rising artist JBOX, and indie rock artist Xander Holmes.



This live music event is for people of all ages. Bookings are not required and it is free for kids ages 12 and below.

The QUBE Effect live performances are presented as part of Brisbane Youth Week 2019.

Celebrating the contribution of young people to the community, the Youth Week provides opportunities for young people to share ideas, attend live events, workshops, activities and forums.

For a list of all activities in this year’s Youth Week celebration, check out the Brisbane City Council website.



Fun Holiday Activities at Hamilton’s Eat Street Northshore

Eat Street Northshore has been one of the most visited places in Hamilton. From a variety of food choices to great family-friendly entertainment, the precinct offers lots of activities for everyone to enjoy.

For this month, Eat Street Northshore is hosting fun Christmas and summer-themed events for guests of all ages to enjoy. Check out these fun weekend activities that will be available this December.

Christmas Snow Globe

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Happening every Friday and Saturday, Eat Street Northshore will let you cool down with your family and friends will a little snow this summer.

Chill out in a blanket of “snow” or have a snow fight inside the “Snow Globe”.

The Snow Globe team can also take your pictures on your device whilst you’re inside the Christmas Snow Globe.

The Christmas Snow Globe will be in the 7 OpenSky Theatre from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. on the following dates: 7-8, 14-15, and 21-23, December 2018.

Entry costs $8 per group. Up to six people can enter together at any one time.

Location: 7 OpenSky Theatre



Free Mega WaterSlide Festival

Sundays, 9,16, and 23 December 2018 (11:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.)

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Just in time for summer, kids can enjoy several themed slides for free at Eat Street Northshore.

The mega slides will be available every Sunday leading up to Christmas.

Located next to the precinct’s Hello entry, the park will be filled with five new waterslides. Slide themes include The Shark, Double Lane, Candy Rush, Pirate Ship, and Green Safari.

General entry to Eat Street Northshore is $3 for guests who are 13 years and over. Entry is free for kids ages 12 and below.

Location: Outside the Hello Gate entrance.