The Waterfront Precinct is a $1.4 billion transformational project proposed by Dexus Property Group. The vision is to transform Brisbane’s Eagle Street and surrounds into a leading premium business and leisure destination in the heart of the CBD.
The ambition is to revitalise Brisbane’s premier dining hub and give back the waterfront to the Brisbane community, with more green space, more dining options and 1.5 hectares of public open space.
The Waterfront Precinct proposal includes a mixed-use precinct incorporating two new towers on the existing Eagle Street Pier site, with the potential for commercial use, residential apartments, a hotel, and retail spaces.
If approved, the privately funded project could support up to 740 jobs a year during the six-year construction period.
The centre aims to boost rapid access to international markets for agricultural producers. Capitalising on Queensland's global reputation as a leader in the production and processing of quality agricultural products, this initiative seeks to catalyse the development of high-value farming and processing and grow regional job creation.
SeaLink Townsville Regional Marine Transport Solution
SeaLink’s proposal to improve ferry, transport and tourism services in Townsville is entering its final assessment stages through Queensland Government’s Investment Facilitation process.
The proposal includes:
- the development of the Townsville Marine Tourism Precinct on Port of Townsville land adjacent to the existing Breakwater Terminal, incorporating:
- public open space
- ferry terminal
- airconditioned waiting areas
- interstate bus terminal
- car park
- the building of two high-speed ferry passenger vessels for the Magnetic Island and Palm Island services
- investment into new on-water marine tourism infrastructure.
Project investment is estimated to value $71 million.
The Townsville Marine Tourism Precinct development is proposed on Port of Townsville land within the Townsville City Waterfront Priority Development Area.
If approved, construction could commence in the second half of 2019 and reach practical completion late 2020. Construction is expected to support an estimated 131 jobs with 55 ongoing positions annually when the project is complete.