We all have history, let’s admit it. And here at Little Big House the venue is rich in history. Little Big House loves the diversity of their venue - a fun, relaxed and friendly lot welcoming new mates every day to their vibrant heritage listed Queenslander.
With the sunshine state of mind in full swing, grabbing a coldie and pulling up a chair on the veranda to really soak up the relaxed style that is Queensland has never been easier. Way back when, this heritage-listed Queenslander (originally known as “Collins Place”) was built in 1889 and was everything from a Spaghetti House to a squatter’s den, and even spent some time as a “Big House” when it was the South Bank Police Station.
With all those stories, tasty, interesting and naughty how could this Pub not have a little charm and cheek to go along with it. They love paying homage to all things old while adding a splash of new to the Little Big House vibe and hospitality. The house on stilts, literally lifted off ground level and put on posts reopened in the heart of the Southpoint development in South Brisbane in the summer of 2017. Right next to the South Bank train station for easy commuting, immersing yourself in a sweaty, humid, sun soaked, laid back, old Queenslander Pub where everyone is your mate has never been easier.