The Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts in Fortitude Valley in Brisbane, Queensland. The venue opened in October 2001. The Centre is named after Judith Wright, who was a celebrated Queensland poet and an advocate for Indigenous rights and an environmental activist. Wright was one of two Australian poets considered for the Nobel Prize for Literature. She died June 25 2000 in Canberra. 
The venue is well-equipped and the rehearsal studios feature natural light. The building has been described as intimate and possesses a degree of flexibility which enables a diverse range of performances. The venue encompasses to adjacent buildings, one two-story and the other five-story. The larger structure was originally a factory for Bushell's tea. Redevelopment of the site was designed by COX Architects & Planners and built by Multiplex Constructions.
The buildings house arts and cultural organisations including a 300-seat performance space, rehearsal spaces for theatre, music, dance and circus, an art gallery, artist studios, coffee shop, bar and restaurant. It is home to a number of organisations including Ausdance Queensland, Carbon Media, Circa,Expressions Dance Company which is a contemporary dance group founded in 1984, Flying Arts alliance Inc., The Institute of Modern Art, The Post Effect and Youth Arts Queensland.