Australia’s ‘Biggest Urban Playground’ has been unveiled in the Urban Design Masterplan for Queens Wharf Brisbane (QWB).
The renewal of the QWB offers a distinct opportunity to shape the future vibrancy and success of almost 20 per cent of Brisbane’s city centre and to deliver an integrated mixed-use development on a scale rarely seen in Australia, with an expected 40,000 visitors at maximum occupancy and boosting the CBD’s event capacity to up to 150,000 people.
Queens Wharf hotels will be able to accommodate 2400 people, apartments will accommodate 3,600, while employees will reach a maximum of 10,118.
Destination Brisbane Consortium (DBC) submitted the report as part of the Plan of Development (PoD) application. The consortium views the Queen’s Wharf Brisbane Integrated Resort Development (QWBIRD) as a significant city-making opportunity for Brisbane and the State of Queensland.
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