Queen's Wharf Residences
With construction well underway, Queen's Wharf will account for 10 percent of the city's CBD footprint when complete.
Queen’s Wharf Brisbane
The world-class entertainment precinct.
Queensland University of Technology
A prominent internationally renowned university.
City Botanic Gardens
Brisbane’s lush oasis for walking and cycling.
South Bank Parklands & Beach
17 hectares of riverfront parklands feature free swimming, tropical walking tracks, picnic areas, a wealth of restaurants, children’s parks and more.
Queensland’s economic, social and cultural heart.
The state museum of Queensland.
Brisbane Convention & Entertainment Centre
A world-class facility hosting thousands of concerts, conventions, exhibitions, tradeshows and private functions every year.
Queen Street Station
Connecting the CBD with Brisbane’s rail and bus network.
New second runway opens in 2020 enabling Brisbane to have the largest domestic and international capacity in Australia. AirTrain link service to CBD.
Currently Brisbane’s most iconic structure connecting the CBD, Fortitude Valley, the northern suburbs to Kangaroo Point and Brisbane southern suburbs. Howard Smith Wharves, Brisbane's newest entertainment and dining precinct sits under the bridge.