Frequently asked questions

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  1. Queen’s Wharf Brisbane general information
  2. Priority Development Authority (PDA) Queen’s Wharf Brisbane and planning framework
  3. Public spaces
  4. Casino and licensing
  5. Traffic and transport
  6. Construction management
  7. Heritage management
  8. Flood impact
  9. Indigenous matters
  10. Retail and leasing

Indigenous matters

Has the Traditional Owners of the Land and/or wider Indigenous community been consulted on this development?

Queen’s Wharf Brisbane is a site of cultural significance for the Traditional Owners of the land. To ensure the protection of Queen’s Wharf Brisbane’s Indigenous heritage, Destination Brisbane Consortium is committed to working on vital cultural aspects of the development with the Traditional Owners of the land – the Turrbal and Jagera people – as well as Queensland Elders and the wider Indigenous community.

For more visit our Cultural heritage page.

How will the legacy of the late Indigenous Senator Neville Bonner AO be honoured due to the demolition of the Neville Bonner Building?

In August 2016, The Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships hosted a cultural closure event of the building, where it was announced that the new pedestrian bridge would be named ‘The Neville Bonner Bridge’ to continue his legacy. The Neville Bonner Bridge will link both sides of the Brisbane River and connect directly to South Bank and Brisbane’s cultural precinct.

For more visit our Cultural heritage page.