Queen’s Wharf Brisbane will transform the Brisbane CBD with four new luxury hotels, more than 50 new bars and restaurants, a wealth of luxury retail, a public Sky Deck 100-metres above street level and 2,000 residential apartments. By the time the development opens from late-2022, the precinct will collectively offer more than 12 football fields of public space.
In late-2019, we opened the first section of Queen’s Wharf’s public space. The 500-metre section along the Brisbane River, from Goodwill Bridge to Margaret Street. You can now enjoy Waterline Park, behind 1 William Street, with its artistic vibrant colours, soft-fall surface and significant exercise equipment including table tennis and terraced seating.
The Mangrove Walk is a 450-metre river walk through the mangroves that line the river’s edge. With bird hides, shaded rest areas and art installations it’s well worth a visit. Indigenous storytelling and totems grace the concrete structure and tell the story of our local Indigenous communities, the Jagera and Turrbal people. This area can be safely enjoyed day or night with plenty of lighting in the park and along the Mangrove Walk.
To learn more about Queen’s Wharf Brisbane, visit The Queen's Wharf Website or our Facebook page.