Tag: Web Development


Port Office Hotel Website

Brave Agency created the current Port Office Hotel website using a responsive WordPress theme, optimised for viewing across all computers, mobile phones and tablets, with user-friendly online booking widgets.

Our SEO capabilities ensure Port Office Hotel appears in high-ranking returns on search for Brisbane gastropubs and functions venues.

Built in 1876, Brisbane’s iconic Port Office Hotel is one of the city’s most popular restaurant, gastropub and functions venues. Located in the heritage river-quarter, next to the City Botanic Gardens, it’s a sought-after destination for weddings – we’ve also updated and maintained the previously existing website for Port Office Hotel Weddings.

Beautiful event and food photography was supplied by Liz James of Soda Photography.

Brave Agency offers very attractive and affordable web design, development and hosting packages – contact us today to find out what we can do for you.

Pete Mattila

A man of many talents, formidable fine artist / sculptor / blacksmith Pete Mattila built his own website using Squarespace – with a little help from Brave Agency. Pete asked us to assist with adding a little polish – we did some troubleshooting, content curation, copy editing, reformatting and search engine optimisation.

Whether you need a whole website designed and developed, or just need a bit of help to get the job done, get in touch to find out how we can make your life a bit easier.

Charles Wooley

Esteemed journalist, Charles Wooley, has been working in print, radio and television for almost half a century. He’s now turning his hand to blogging, and we were glad to assist by developing a responsive WordPress website for him.

Dan Graf

Indie Game Developer, Dan Graf, along with Featherweight, recently launched a game for iOS & Android – and it was a smash hit with 10,000,000 downloads in its first month!

With all the excitement around Rodeo Stampede‘s wild success, Dan needed a mini-website to help people connect with him.

We worked with Dan to refine his branding and make a simple one-page website that covers everything he needs to have online right now.

It’s built using Squarespace so it’s easy for Dan to make quick updates himself when he gets a break in his busy schedule.