Fast Facts

Queen’s Wharf Brisbane will provide a wide range of ‘quintessentially Queensland’ experiences to enjoy, and significant economic benefits for the local and state economy.

Destination Brisbane Consortium’s extensive consultation with Brisbane’s best-in-class architects, urban designers, heritage specialists, landscapers and town planners has resulted in the design of a uniquely Queensland development that is truly world-class.

Our development merges state-of-the-art contemporary architecture with heritage buildings in an exciting new precinct that will embrace Brisbane’s subtropical climate, blue skies and outdoor river-city lifestyle.

As well as being a major tourism attraction in its own right, Queen’s Wharf Brisbane will deliver economic benefits including thousands of construction and operational jobs and opportunities for suppliers.

  • Sky Deck – 100 metres above William Street
  • 1,000+ premium hotel rooms
  • 2,000 residential apartments
  • 50+ restaurants, bars and cafes
  • 1,500 person ballroom
  • 5 hectares of public space
  • Pedestrian only bridge connecting Queen’s Wharf with South bank
  • New and exciting retail
  • Nine heritage buildings in one precinct and all open to the public
  • 8,000 jobs in operation
  • Integrated resort development to open in late 2022.