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Eat Your Heart Out - $40M Upgrade Of Brisbane Domestic Airport Inc. Food Hall

The Domestic Terminal at Brisbane Airport is in the process of a $40 million redevelopment which will include a new food hall and world-class shopping, reports brisbanedevelopment.com.

 

The redevelopment will be concentrated around the Qantas and central terminal areas and is due for completion in late 2020. There will be 50+ new and refurbished stores, continuous free wifi, and new terminal bathroom and parent room amenities. 

 

For the foodies, there will be hawker-style outlets in the new ‘Food Collective’ precinct within the Qantas Café Court. New restaurants will include Ze Pickle, Upper West Side Deli, Yo! Sushi, Nippon Ramen and Mi Casa Burritos. This section of the development is expected to be operational next month. 

 

The international food hall contract has been awarded SSP Group for seven years. Asia Pacific CEO Mark Angela, told the Moodie Davitt Report said the revamp will ensure consumer choices are staying relevant. 

 

“Our intention is to create a welcoming environment that captures the true spirit of Brisbane. This is SSP’s largest commercial win in Australia to date and will cement our reputation in this important market,” Mr. Angela told the publication. 

 

Hannah Schuhmann said that at every turn we are seeing facilities in Brisbane being upgraded or improved in anticipation for big infrastructure that is coming to the city such as the new airport runway, Queen’s Wharf Development, Brisbane Quarter, and the Cross River Rail. Great timing, as visitation to the city is predicted to increase by 30% by 2020, plus, the south-east corner alone is expected to have a population of 5 million people by 2036. 

 

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