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Destination Brisbane Consortium is the project developer responsible for the design, approval and construction of Queen’s Wharf Brisbane.

Queen’s Wharf Brisbane is the largest construction project in Queensland and at its peak will employ nearly 2,000 people.

The consortium has chosen to break the construction down into multiple contractors for different work packages. These include:

  • Demolition (completed December 2017)
  • Excavation (completed July 2019)
  • Mangrove Walk, Bicentennial Bikeway and Waterline Park (completed September 2019)
  • The Landing structural works (completed September 2020)
  • Neville Bonner Bridge (started March 2020)
  • Shell and core construction of Integrated Resort Development (started July 2019)
  • Internal fit-out of Integrated Resort Development (started July 2021)
  • Public realm including Bicentennial Bikeway upgrade, architecturally designed parks, Velo Café and amenity block (started March 2021)
  • Heritage base works including structural support work (started August 2021)
  • Tower 5 Precinct early works (started July 2022)

Destination Brisbane currently has three contractors engaged – Multiplex, Fitzgerald and Delta Group.

Multiplex is responsible for the main integrated resort development and public realm works along the Bicentennial Bikeway and Queens Wharf Rd and Fitzgerald is responsible for the Neville Bonner Bridge construction.

Standard construction hours are from 6.30am to 6.30pm Monday to Saturday. Currently, Multiplex is approved to undertake night works (excluding Friday and Saturday nights) and outside these hours construction notices are issued and uploaded to the website under construction.

To stay informed about the project and construction activities please subscribe to our monthly e-newsletter or sign-up for construction updates by following the stay informed tab at the top of this page.

Destination Brisbane Consortium is excited to be building this transformational city changing project for Brisbane and we thank the community for their patience while this work is undertaken.

For general enquiries please contact the Consortium direct on 1800 104 535 or email

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Construction March 2022

Construction Updates

  1. In Progress

    William Street (northside) Works and Upgrades

    From Tuesday 20 February 2024, works to upgrade a section of William Street north of the development (Treasury Hotel side) will commence. Pedestrian and vehicle access on William Street will intermittently be impacted. When: From Tuesday 20 February to the end of April 2024 works on William Street and the Treasury Hotel concierge entry on […]
  2. In Progress

    William Street footpath upgrades (southside) on the corner of William and Margaret Street

    Pedestrian access temporarily reduced for service installations and upgrades.   Intermittent night works from 15 February to 28 March 2024 to upgrade a section of the William Street footpath. Footpath to remain open to pedestrians during the day. When: From Thursday 15 February works on the footpath on the corner of William and Margaret Streets […]
  3. In Progress

    Intermittent William St Southbound closure between Margaret and Alice Sts

    Temporary and intermittent traffic detour will be required for works on William St southbound between Margaret and Alice Sts. When: From Thursday 15th February to 31st May, Monday to Friday between 6:30am to 4pm as required and intermittently only for construction works. Where: William St southbound between Margaret and Alice St. (see map) What to […]
  4. In Progress

    Night Works: Drill piling works adjacent Bicentennial Bikeway, within the construction site

    From Tuesday 19 September to 18 March 2024 piling operations will be carried out at night-time between the integrated resort and Bicentennial Bikeway, underneath the Riverside Expressway. Bikeway access will be maintained. When: From 19 September to 18 March 2024 works will continue under the Riverside Expressway within the construction site. Work hours will be […]
  5. In Progress

    Night works: Structural steel with exclusion zones

    Night works are continuing five nights a week. For safety reasons large exclusion zones are required for these works when minimal workers are on-site. When: Night works are continuing and are scheduled from 6.00pm to 5.00am Monday to Friday nights until 29 February 2024. These works are in addition to the standard site hours from […]
  6. Scheduled

    Queens Wharf Road Closure.

    From Tuesday 5 March to Friday 29 March 2024, Queens Wharf Road will be closed for continued construction and upgrades. Alternative access for authorised vehicles is available via Margaret Street offramp (northbound) only. When: From Tuesday 5 March 2024 until Friday 29 March construction will occur along Queens Wharf Road. Work hours will be Monday […]
  7. Scheduled

    Bicentennial Bikeway diversion realignment through Queen’s Wharf construction site.

    From Monday 4 March 2024, a temporary realignment of the diversion for all bikeway users along the Bicentennial Bikeway will be required while works to upgrade the public space within the Queen’s Wharf development continues. When: From Monday 4 March 2024 the diversion realignment will be in place for pedestrians and active transport users on […]
  8. Completed

    Stephens Lane to temporarily closed to pedestrian and vehicle access.

    From Tuesday 20 February to Thursday 22 February 2024, Stephens Lane will be closed for vehicle and pedestrian access. When: From Tuesday 20 February until Thursday 22 February 2024, Stephens Lane will be closed to vehicle and pedestrian access, becoming a construction zone for upgrades and paving works. Where: Stephens Lane is a one way, […]
  9. Completed

    Traffic changes and out of hours works: Margaret Street and Gardens Point Road exit

    Out of hours night works will take place from Monday 5 February to Wednesday 7 February 2024 to realign the lanes on Margaret Street between William and George streets. From 5am Thursday February 8, 2024, all four lanes will be open on Margaret Street and the give way sign will be removed for motorists exiting […]
  10. Completed

    Traffic changes: Northbound Margaret Street off-ramp temporarily reduced to one lane

    On Tuesday 14th November 2023 there will be a temporary lane closure on the northbound Margaret St off-ramp. When: On Tuesday 14th November 2023 between 4pm and 8pm a temporary lane closure will occur on the northbound Margaret St offramp. The lane closure will be reduced until William Street. The temporary lane reduction on Margaret Street […]