Fly-Through of Brisbane’s Fastest New Destination Released

Hold on tight; the latest fly-through of the BNE Auto Mall has been released and it’s impressive! 


The $300 million development is being ‘driven’ by Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) and is the largest non-aviation project the airport has ever undertaken. 


Upon anticipated completion in 2022, the site will be a multi-purpose, auto-lovers dream which will include; 20+ auto retail outlets and dealerships with brands including AP Eager and Sci-Fleet and their wide range of brands, a 2.3km performance track designed Mark Skaife as the centre piece, conference and event facilities, hotel, entertainment complex and offices. 


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.


Since the inception of development in 2017, the project has so far cleared the entire 51.3 hectare site adjacent to the international terminal between Moreton and Airport Drives and Nancy Bird Way, and distributed 700,000 cubic metres of fill around the site (with approx. 15% of this fill being used from the Queen’s Wharf Development excavation). 


View the fly-through: 


Hannah Schuhmann said this development will make Brisbane Airport stand out from the crowd. With the new runway and the $40 redevelopment of the domestic terminal that includes new food hall and retail outlets to open this year, Brisbane Airport is going from strength to strength; giving tourists more reasons to visit, plus adding new direct flights from San Francisco, Chicago and Tokyo. 


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