Heal House Menu


Just 20 minutes from Brisbane Airport by limousine or taxi and in close proximity to some of Brisbane’s best restaurants and bars, Heal House is situated in a quiet, leafy suburb.

Heal House is centrally located to dining, shopping and entertainment precincts of New Farm, James Street and Fortitude Valley and an easy walk along the river boardwalk to the CBD.

Attractions -

  • James Street - boutiques, restaurants, cafes & bars
  • Brisbane Powerhouse - arts centre, restaurants & bars
  • Howard Smith Wharves - restaurants, bars, craft brewery & waterfront green space
  • New Farm Park - picnic areas, rose gardens & playing fields
  • Hamilton - Portside Wharf, Eat Street Markets, Racecourse Road, Eagle Farm & Doomben Racecourses
  • South Bank - GoMA (Gallery of Modern Art), Queensland Art Gallery, State Library, Queensland Museum, QPAC (Queensland Performing Arts Centre), Streets Beach & ParklandsQueensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC)
  • Riverwalk with Riverlife adventure activities
  • Brisbane City Centre - walking distance
  • Walking & Cycling Tours
  • Day Trips to Tangalooma, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast
Brisbane Powerhouse

Brisbane Powerhouse

Brisbane Powerhouse is located next to the beautiful New Farm Park, one of Brisbane’s most popular and much loved recreational facilities. Pack a picnic, smell the roses in the garden, play a game of tennis, or just sit back and take in the sunshine. Offering an eclectic mix of arts experiences unlike anywhere else – from theatre, to film, dance to live music and much more, there are always new and exciting performances and artists coming through the doors at Brisbane Powerhouse.

Brisbane Powerhouse



“I thoroughly recommend Heal House for a couple or small group looking for exclusive use. Walking distance to Brisbane's finest restaurants and bars, Heal House is ideally located for many occasions. Congratulations to our host's Lindsay and Bryce for filling a void in Brisbane's boutique five star luxury accommodation. We will be back!”

Lachlan - 1 November 2014