Information on visiting QPAC
The 1,600 seat Concert Hall is a highly versatile concert venue. Although designed essentially for orchestral performances, the Concert Hall is also ideal for contemporary music and stand-up comedy, as well as range of other events including jazz, graduation ceremonies, international conventions and award presentations.
The QPAC Concert Hall is one of Australia’s most spectacular concert venues. The magnificent architecture and acoustics work to deliver a truly memorable performance to each of the 1,600 seats front of stage. The seating capacity can expand to 1,800 when the choir balcony seats are used.
Although primarily designed for orchestral performances, the Concert Hall displays a versatility that adapts to a range of events including popular music, jazz, stand-up comedy, graduation ceremonies and award presentations. Towering above the stage, the magnificent Klais Grand Organ, with its impressive array of 6,500 pipes, forms the central architectural focus of the space.
Concert Hall Technical Specifications [PDF 177KB]
Concert Hall Seating Plan Stalls [PDF 712KB]
Concert Hall Seating Plan Balcony [PDF 701KB]
Concert Hall Section [PDF 216KB]
Concert Hall Stage Plan [PDF 73KB]
General Technical Specifications [PDF 144KB]