East Brisbane is a suburb of the City of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It is located approximately 2 km east of the Brisbane central business district. The suburb is primarily residential, with a mix of older and newer homes. It is known for its tree-lined streets, parks, and proximity to the Brisbane River. East Brisbane is home to several heritage-listed sites, including the Mowbray Park ferry terminal, the East Brisbane War Memorial, and the East Brisbane State School. The suburb is also home to the East Brisbane Bowls Club and the East Brisbane State School. East Brisbane is well-connected to the rest of the city, with easy access to public transportation and major roads, including the Pacific Motorway and the Clem Jones Tunnel.