In March 2020, Destination Brisbane Consortium was proud to launch a dedicated Queen’s Wharf Brisbane Visitor Centre.
The state-of-the-art visitor centre is free and open to the public and gives visitors a taste of what is to come as part of the $3.6 billion investment into Queensland’s largest redevelopment site.
The scaled 3 metre diameter circular model of the Queen’s Wharf development prominently positioned in the visitor centre is a key attraction for all, but if you are also interested in a more personalised experience – then try the VR goggles to imagine yourself standing on the Sky Deck or at the river’s edge on The Landing.
A number of videos including construction progress, archaeological works and flythrough concept of the completed development are also available for viewing, otherwise, check out the project timeline or archaeological finds on display inside.
Anyone is welcome to pop along to the visitor centre, however for groups of 10 or more we encourage you to prearrange a time so that someone can be dedicated to assisting your group. For group bookings email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Visitor Centre, located on the corner of George and Alice streets, is open to the public Monday to Friday between 9am and 4pm.