$300M Auto Mall: Fasten Your Seatbelts!

Adding to the growing number of infrastructure projects in progress around the city, the $300 million Brisbane Airport Auto Mall will be the only precinct of its kind in the country with “next to no” noise restrictions, offering 24/7 operation. 


The 51.3 hectare site will be home to car dealerships, a 2.3km performance track designed by Mark Skaife, wet/dry skid pad, driver training facilities, and 4WD track. Along with the automotive facilities and businesses, the precinct will also have conference and exhibition facilities, commercial offices, hotel and dining. 


Brisbane Airport Property says the development will create over 300 jobs, deliver a tourist destination like no other, and shake up the entire automotive industry. 


“This exciting new development is expected to revolutionise the way people buy, experience, appreciate and interact with vehicles.”

The site already has interest from two key automotive tenants, AP Eager and Sci-Fleet and the wide range of brands they represent.


ASX-listed Car dealer, AP Eagers CEO, Martin Ward told GoAutoNews Premium the new hub is going to be a very attractive location for dealers, and the company has taken up a lease to showcase 12 of their brands. 


“Effectively, with the way retailing is going to change over the next 50 years, that hub can serve probably the whole of Brisbane,” said Mr Ward. 


Business News Australia is reporting that AP Eagers has recently sold their car dealership property at 99 Breakfast Creek Road for $61 million in anticipation for the strategic move to the world class Auto Mall planned for Brisbane Airport,” said Mr Ward. 


Stage 1 of the development is scheduled to be operational by 2021. 


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