When that slice of inner-city, riverside delights known as Teneriffe was officially named a suburb back in 2010, locals threw a party to celebrate. Six years on and the shindig is still going strong. You know it as the Teneriffe Festival.
For its 2015 outing, the event has compiled a wide-ranging lineup. For the first time, it welcomes the Brisbane Cheese Market to the fold, for example. Tasty coagulated cow, goat and sheep secretions are only the beginning, of course.
Elsewhere, the Tastes of Teneriffe showcases the area's bars and restaurants, for those after more sustenance than dairy products can give. Then, work off all that food by walking around 100 bespoke market stalls, or sit down and digest on a Magical Mystery History Tour. In between, check out the packed program of performers, including 32 acts and more than 100 musicians. Everything from theatrical crooning to acoustic post-punk gets its moment, thanks to the likes of Cheap Fakes, DJs Matt Lapish and Cliftonia, and the raw talent at the busking stage.