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Priority project: Queens Wharf and William Street precinct

Artist's concept of Queens Wharf and William Street as an open marketplace with stalls and shops. Label reads '1: A River LIfestyle. An idea by LAT27'

Brisbane’s newest redevelopment precinct in the city centre will connect us with our river and our history. The William Street precinct, a strategic renewal opportunity in the heart of the city, will be developed in conjunction with Queens Wharf. This rediscovered slice of waterfront history will double the length of accessible waterfront in the city centre. Refurbished heritage buildings, temporary events and new recreation opportunities will provide an ever-changing experience, bringing new life to this part of the city.

Delivery of this project will include:

  • North Quay ferry terminal upgrade
  • landmark developments featuring high-quality architecture
  • a celebrated heritage quarter
  • vibrant riverfront spaces and events
     

This project is an initiative of the Queensland Government. Find out more about the project from the Department of State Development, Infrastructure and Planning.

For further information on each of the priority projects you can download the City Centre Master Plan.

Queens Wharf and William Street location

An abstract map of Brisbane's CBD with the Queens Wharf and William Street location marked.
 
17 July 2014