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Get ready for Brisbane’s new entertainment and lifestyle precinct

A new world-class integrated resort development is being constructed that will put Brisbane on the map as a tourism, leisure and entertainment destination.

Expected to open in 2022, Queen’s Wharf Brisbane will transform the CBD and river’s edge with an iconic design that embraces Brisbane’s inviting subtropical climate and celebrates the precinct’s Indigenous and European heritage with interpretive trails and experiences spanning the Brisbane River and ridgeline.

Destination Brisbane Consortium is delivering the $3.6 billion development, which will cover more than 26 hectares across land and water.

Watch as the new Queen’s Wharf Brisbane precinct transforms from an underutilised area into a breathtaking and vibrant oasis for locals and visitors, blending beautifully repurposed heritage buildings with stunning contemporary architecture.

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VISION

Where Australia shines brightest

A dazzling new destination with exciting entertainment and attractions that will showcase the essence of Queensland, and the best of Australia.

Destination Brisbane Consortium is delivering an iconic development in Brisbane as the city moves to a new future.
Queen’s Wharf Brisbane will revitalise the city’s forgotten heritage buildings and deliver striking landmark architecture.

Attracting 1.39 million additional tourists each year, it will become a world-recognised destination, while establishing itself as a place that locals will embrace and be proud of.

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HERITAGE

Bringing Brisbane’s heritage to life

Beautiful heritage buildings and places will be restored and repurposed, providing unique experiences and creating stories and memories for future generations.

The historic Queen’s Wharf Brisbane precinct is the birthplace of European settlement nearly 200 years ago, and a home to Indigenous Australians for thousands of years.

It holds one of the greatest collections of culturally significant heritage buildings and places in Australia.
After decades of mystery, these neglected buildings and places will come alive through careful restoration work and repurposing.

Locals and visitors will be able to enjoy beautifully restored spaces in a variety of ways including cultural, retail, dining, hotel entertainment and tourist attraction spaces.