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Victoria Parklands – expanding urban One of the most exciting proposals to be announced in 2019 was the Victoria Park redevelopment. The proposed Oasis in the middle of the city will span 45 hectares – that’s three times the size of South Bank. Victoria Park will...
Ground was broken in 2020 on the state government’s Cross River Rail project and has continued apace throughout the COVID-19 crisis. At completion, Queensland’s largest infrastructure project will connect four new underground stations; Boggo Road, Woolloongabba,...
$1.6 billion for the Brisbane to Sunshine Coast (Beerwah-Maroochydore) rail extension $1.121 billion for the Brisbane to the Gold Coast (Kuraby – Beenleigh) Faster Rail Upgrade $150 million for the Brisbane Metro – Woolloongabba Station $396 million for the South East...
Brisbane Green Bridges – unlocking the city Council has bold plans for five new green bridges which are designed to ease movement between key suburbs within the inner-ring. The pedestrian bridges will connect with public transport and shared-use bikeways. Bridges with...
It remains to be seen if cruising will still be enjoying its recent popularity surge, post COVID-19. Nevertheless, the $177 million Brisbane International Cruise Terminal is due for completion mid-year. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk visited the site at the outset of...
Queen’s Wharf The city-changing $3.6 billion Queen’s Wharf development will be one of the largest and most exciting additions to Brisbane in its history. The enormous project covers 12 hectares of land and will add a new pedestrian bridge across to South Bank, 2000...
Brisbane Metro – they’re buses, but not as we know them Testing has begun on Brisbane City Council’s Metro project, which aims to replace current 62-seat buses by deploying 60 fully-electric vehicles to deliver more streamlined, congestion-free busways. If effective,...
Brisbane Airport Corporation’s (BAC) new runway project is a key piece of infrastructure that will supercharge Brisbane and the state with an estimated $5 billion economic benefit per year. And it’s practically complete. Building a second Brisbane runway may sound...
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The river City has come along way in the last 5 years, so much so the colloquial coined name “Big Country town” has diminished from most investor’s vocabulary.
With major infrastructure upgrades, a bustling development sector and a plethora of scheduled events, it is a no brainer investors and home makers alike are flocking to Brisbane.
Reasons we love Brisbane
- Affordability – spacious houses or luxury apartments close to the CBD are still in reach with much more affordable options then Melbourne and Brisbane.
- Sustainability – with more then 2000 green parks and 2,500 species of plants Brisbane is the only Australian city on the Sustainability cities index
- Weather – expect to see at least 250 days of sunshine per year in Brisbane.
- Beaches – close proximity to the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast and Moreton bay.
- Music and Arts scene – Brisbane has an exciting live music scene and a large number of major cultural institutions, including the impressive Gallery of Modern Art, the Queensland Museum and SparkLab, Brisbane Powerhouse, and the Maritime Museum.
Commitment to infrastructure
The state and federal are continually committing funding to upgrading Brisbane. Some major infrastructure milestones have been the 5.4 billion Cross River Rail, 1.6 billion Brisbane to Sunshine coast rail line, 1.1 Brisbane to Gold Coast Rail Upgrade. With the news of the 2032 Olympics Brisbane is set for a massive 1.8 billion in additional project funding including the re development of the Gabba Stadium and parklands.
Surrounded by Nature
Located approximately 20kms up the winding Brisbane River, Brisbane is surrounded by a vast array of nature.
In addition the many parklands and cycleways along the Brisbane River, Brisbane is in close proximity to a number of scenic destinations such as, Moreton bay island, Lake Samsonvale, D’Aguilar National Park, Sunshine coast beaches and much more.
Progressive development sector
In recent years Brisbane has seen a strong surge of boutique and major development players arrive on the scene.
the 3.6-billion-dollar Queens Wharf project will see a pedestrian bridge connecting to Southbank, 1000 hotel rooms, 1500 apartments and over 50 new restaurant and bars.
Further to the Queens wharf project, Brisbane has seen record numbers of development applications including large scale luxury apartments, pedestrian bridges across the Brisbane river and a number of state of the art commercial and retail precincts.
To see a full list of upcoming development projects check out, https://brisbanedevelopment.com/category/development-areas/cbd/
Sports and events
Along with sporting teams in each of Australia’s four big codes, Brisbane has a hige sports and entertainment scene hosting many international sporting events and major international artists from around the world.
With the recent announcement Brisbane has been awarded the 2032 Olympics, Brisbane is set to see unprecedented growth with the games expected to boost the Queensland economy by 8.1 billion.
Check out “whats on” Brisbane for a list of upcoming events, https://www.visitbrisbane.com.au/whats-on