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The new Queen's Wharf flythrough released

Destination Brisbane Consortium has released an updated flythrough of the Queen’s Wharf Development. reports the new video shows the development, which is still subject to approvals, remains largely the same as the original concept video in 2014, but with some cosmetic changes to the atrium design and hotel towers, and the bridge which now shows a more prominent mast structure. Waterline Park, which is to be located below the Riverside Expressway looks to have gained more space for the planned beach.


Updates from the latest Queens Wharf October newsletter include: 

  • Interestingly, a World War II bomb shelter on William Street may be transformed into a bar/dining establishment as part of the development pending further assessment. This shelter is one of 21 that still remain within the city.
  •  Piling for the Mangrove Walk is around 80% complete
  • A colourful mural has been completed on the underside of the Riverside Expressway; this is ahead of a makeover that will transform the disused waterfront area.

Mangrove Walk and Waterline Park are expected to open in mid-late 2019, with the Queens Wharf development as a whole expected to commence opening in 2022.


The $3.6 billion development will cover 26 hectares across land and water which includes a casino, hotels, dining, entertainment and parklands. has reported that by 2026, over $17 billion worth of new infrastructure is expected to be delivered to the city, which will include over 13 hectare of open space across five precincts, plus additional space that will be added as part of the $5.4 billion Cross River Rail project.


View the November 2018 flythrough here – has produced a side-by-side visual to compare the 2014 to the 2018 flythrough.



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