Kangaroo Point Green Bridge dining opportunities

More than just a bridge project, the Kangaroo Point Green Bridge will become a must-visit destination for residents and visitors to Brisbane, leaving a lasting legacy for generations to come.

In addition to the new river crossing, the final design of Brisbane City Council's city-shaping project features two unique riverside dining opportunities, including an above-water restaurant and bar on the bridge, and a new riverside café at the city landing plaza.

Featuring stunning views of the Brisbane River, CBD, Story Bridge and Kangaroo Point Cliffs, the two waterfront food and beverage opportunities will deliver something truly unique to Brisbane and a dining destination that becomes a quintessential part of Queensland.

Registrations of Interest for the dining opportunities are now closed. If you have any questions or would like more information, you can:

Video and artist impressions

You can also watch this video on Council's YouTube channel

Kangaroo Point Green Bridge dining opportunities

You can also view the 'Kangaroo Point Green Bridge dining opportunities' album via Council's Flickr account.

More than just a bridge

A new world-class landmark for Brisbane

a unique riverside dining destination

Easily accessible via Alice Street and Edward Street in the CBD

More lifestyle and leisure opportunities for local residents

The opportunities

Elevated restaurant and bar

The larger of the two food and beverage facilities will be elevated above the bridge deck on the approach to the city landing, affording panoramic views of the CBD, Brisbane River, Story Bridge, Kangaroo Point Cliffs and City Botanic Gardens.

This approximately 380m2 space will take advantage of the city’s outdoor lifestyle with a combination of indoor and alfresco seating.

City landing cafe

The smaller, approximately 90m2 space will be located at the city landing to capitalise on a new urban plaza being created where Edward and Alice streets meet the Brisbane River.

The plaza will be located at the entrance to the City Botanic Gardens and the start of the Kangaroo Point Green Bridge, providing a gateway for residents and tourists to the CBD and riverside boardwalks.

Last updated: 11 July 2022

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