The Queen’s Wharf project is a $3.6 billion development to create an exciting entertainment and lifestyle precinct.
The world-class integrated resort will include four hotels and 50 restaurants, cafes and bars. There will be 2,000 residential apartments and luxury retail boutiques.
The public space will be reinvigorated to improve the riverfront areas. Some of the nearby beautiful heritage buildings and places will be restored.
When complete all four towers will link seamlessly through the podium levels, and at level 26 with the Sky Deck. The design is a unique horseshoe that connects all towers and provides stunning views of the Brisbane river.
The Queen’s Wharf development includes:
- The Star Grand Hotel
- Dorsett – a four- and half-star hotel
- Rosewood – an ultra-luxury six-star hotel
- Queen’s Wharf Residences
- 12 football fields of public space
“Queen’s Wharf will lift the benchmark for what is available to locals and the millions of visitors we are expecting to come to South-East Queensland in the coming years. Queen’s Wharf will have accommodation to suit everyone’s tastes right up to the ultra-luxury of the Rosewood,” said Destination Brisbane Consortium Project Director Simon Crooks.
“What I love about this development is that we are building something that everyone will enjoy – public spaces, a ballroom that can also be converted into multiple smaller function rooms, world-class gaming, four new luxury hotels for Brisbane and also dining and beverage outlets that will connect into all the towers.
“Whether you are looking to spoil yourself for the weekend, a venue to catch up with friends, somewhere to take the family or the best view of Brisbane – we’ll have it all here for people to enjoy.”
The development is on track to open in late 2020.
About Queen’s Wharf Brisbane
The $3.6 billion Queen’s Wharf Brisbane development is being delivered by Destination Brisbane Consortium – a joint venture led by The Star Entertainment Group alongside its Hong Kong-based partners, Chow Tai Fook Enterprises and Far East Consortium.
Queen’s Wharf Brisbane will transform the CBD with four new luxury hotels, more than 50 new bars and restaurants, up to 2,000 residential apartments and the equivalent of 12 football fields of public space when the development is complete.