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But in the days before old buildings were torn down for tower blocks, the CBD was home to the town's best nightclubs. Pauline Bell, born Brisbanite, former club-owner and long-time "creature of the night", is the woman behind a mammoth attempt to chart this convoluted history, through a book and exhibition.

There was also a go-go venue in suburban Kedron called the Mod Club during the swinging Brisbane gay gogo bars, an exclusive, disco-era lounge club on the top floor of the SGIO building and five stories of Manhattan inspired opulence at the New York Hotel on Queen Dating Hobart guy. Comment below From shifting social mores to new trends in club design, liquor licensing rules and popular precincts, Ms Bell says reliving the past has revealed a lot about the present day, and even the future.

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The Bickle family, operating today as the Katarzyna Group, had begun staking their claim over the Fortitude Valley club turf, launching The Press Club next door to their newly acquired venue, The Empire Hotel, soon home to the popular Super Deluxe club. Of course, before the techno-driven dance parties and full-voltage gigs of the '90s made way for the Fortitude Valley Entertainment precinct of today, there barx the sequins, sparkle and hair of the s.

If gzy was one thing that defined Brisbane's club scene in the s, it was the hair parades at Fortitude Valley's trendiest clubs. Popular clubs at the time included The Roxy with Patches upstairs, located where The Arena now stands on Brunswick Street, and Terminus, one of the city's premier gay clubs at the time opposite the train station.

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But most of the major nightclub action was located in Brisbane City — some in buildings ultimately flattened during Sir Joh Bjelke-Petersen's final years in office. Bede Hampton, of entertainment design and architecture firm Ryder Hampton, was responsible for one of the city's most extravagant destinations, The New York Hotel, owned by controversial Brisbane entrepreneur Keith Raya Maitland aroma massage. Home to three clubs and stretching from Queen to Elizabeth Street, the Carlton had punk-hangout White Chairs, muso hot-spot Wilson's and the 'original' hole-in-the-wall bar Twelve Seats, comprising exactly 12 seats.

Before he opened his popular CBD destinations, the flamboyant Keith Lloyd ran several popular clubs in the '70s.

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A lunch-time dance club was held every so often at City Hall, King George Square and a number of cafes and diners peppered the inner city, though the rowdier 'good-times' were still predominantly held at the city's many hotels.

People went out earlier, Cloudland was in full swing and rock'n'roll dominated the jukeboxes of local milk bars though live entertainment was illegal on Sundays.

Charting Brisbane's nightclub family tree. Brisbane Times. Of course, that didn't stop Ms Hackworth hosting Sunday jazz nights at Primitif. License this article.