The Northshore precinct is a large urban renewal area that is being transformed into a vibrant, mixed-use precinct adjoining the Brisbane river and the suburb of Hamilton. It covers 304 hectares, has over three kilometres of river frontage and is close to the Brisbane Airport and the Australian Trade Coast precinct.
Download the current Northshore Precinct Plan.
Stage 1 Waterfront Development
Northshore covers 304 hectares of land between Kingsford Smith Drive and the Brisbane River, extending from Bretts Wharf to the west and the Gateway Motorway to the east.
Already, Northshore has improved river access and amenity, with the Northshore and Portside ferry terminals and Eat Street Northshore experience.
To further improve this amenity, EDQ is undertaking its next stage of waterfront development to open up areas of the riverfront that have not been accessible to the public for over 100 years.
Construction of Stage 1 Waterfront Development (S1WD) commenced in November 2020, supporting up to 31 construction jobs. When complete in 2021, it will support over 300 ongoing jobs in tourism, innovation and the arts and has the potential to attract a further 335,000 visitors per annum to Northshore.
The map below highlights the components of commercial opportunities soon to be announced from the delivery of Stage 1 Waterfront Development.
Download Northshore Stage 1 Waterfront Plan.