Public Consultation Now Open for Queen’s Wharf Brisbane

The public is encouraged to provide feedback on the historic Queen’s Wharf Brisbane development after being lodged with Economic Development Queensland.

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Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is encouraging everyone in Queensland to have their say on what she describes as a game-changing urban renewal development.

The public consultation will be open for six weeks until 19 October 2017.

World-Class Development

Queen’s Wharf Brisbane promises to be a world-class entertainment and lifestyle precinct.

Once built, it will reinvigorate the North Bank with new public and open spaces. It will feature some 50 new bars and restaurants. More than 8,000 jobs are projected to be generated once Queen’s Wharf becomes operational.

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The $3-billion integrated resort development is envisioned to be the destination that will showcase the essence of Queensland. Queen’s Wharf will be reviving Brisbane’s forgotten heritage buildings and will feature some iconic landmark architecture.

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More than a million new visitors are expected to come to Brisbane to enjoy the amenities of the entertainment and lifestyle precinct. The development covers more than 26 hectares across land and water.

Queen’s Wharf Brisbane is expected to be completed in 2022.

Public Feedback

Anyone can send feedback on the project via email or post.

Post: Economic Development Queensland
Development Assessment
PO Box 15009
City East QLD 4002


View the Plan of Development application at the EDQ’s website at Search for DEV2017/846 to access documents related to the development application.

Get general information and news about Queen’s Wharf Brisbane here.