The Grand View Hotel was built in 1851 by Francis Bigge and originally named "The Brighton Hotel". It's original purpose was that of a Hotel or Inn.

 

The Hotel's name was changed to the Grand View Hotel in 1910.

QLD’s OLDEST LICENSED HOTEL, the Grand View, the GV to the locals overlooks beautiful Moreton Bay and is much more than just a hotel. The Grand View offers alfresco dining superb function facilities and a wide range of craft beers. Boasting QLD’s favourite beer garden with the freshest seafood and mouth watering steaks, the Grand View (GV) is a destination for locals, tourists and day trippers.

The Art Gallery is situated upstairs and boasts beautiful view of Moreton Bay. The gallery, operating for more than 20 years, features an internal staircase that meanders up to the entrance hall and leading into the Frances Bigge Room and the Bayview Lounge. The rooms are flanked by two Verandahs, one enclosed Verandah and an open Verdandah.

The gallery has been home to The Bald Archy Art Exhibition featuring over 100 works of art and the Bunker Cartoon Art exhibition featuring 100 cartoon works. Both of these exhibitions were the first of their kind in Queensland.

Situated only 30 minutes from Brisbane CBD with free on site and street parking within minutes of Cleveland Train Station the Grand View Art Gallery is a perfect venue. With access to the hotels restaurant's and bars this makes a great location for exhibitions. 

 

As Featured in the Media

 

Chris McDonald and Kerry Stewart pose in front a satirical picture of Malcolm Turnbull and the Queen as part of the final entries in the Bald Archy art awards

Chris McDonald and Kerry Stewart pose in front a satirical picture of Malcolm Turnbull and the Queen as part of the final entries in the Bald Archy art awards

Redland City Bulletin 17/06/16
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A CONTROVERSIAL portrait showing Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Queen Elizabeth II in the nude is about to be showcased in Brisbane.

A CONTROVERSIAL portrait showing Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Queen Elizabeth II in the nude is about to be showcased in Brisbane.

The Courier Mail 17/06/16
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Cartoon of the Year Jeremy Clarkson by David Rowe. This is among those to be exhibited at the Grand View Hotel gallery from October 14.

Cartoon of the Year Jeremy Clarkson by David Rowe. This is among those to be exhibited at the Grand View Hotel gallery from October 14.

Redland City Bulletin 02/11/16
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