Portside Wharf
Master Plan

Portside Wharf was a catalyst project for the urban renewal of inner city suburb, Hamilton, on Brisbane’s northside.

Balancing its functions as both a cruise terminal as well as a mixed use precinct, it now encompasses over 7500m² of open public space for residents and visitors.

The precinct provides restaurants, markets, cinemas, function spaces, commercial spaces and residential apartments, all positioned around a central public plaza and street to link the suburb to the river.

Rejuvenated as the new gateway to Brisbane, a 400m long promenade was created as a berthing platform to farewell and welcome over 4000 passengers through their cruise ship terminal.

Portside Wharf Master Plan 1
Portside Wharf Master Plan 2
Portside Wharf Master Plan 3
Portside Wharf Master Plan 4

Designed as an active hub of cultural and social activity, Portside Wharf is enhanced by large public spaces flanked by mixed use buildings.

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Client Mulitplex Developments
Contractor Mulitplex Developments
Scale 6 Hectare Site
UDIA Queensland Awards - Winner Retail Commercial
UDIA Queensland Awards - Winner Urban Renewal
Andrew Gutteridge 07 3831 8150
Anne Sulinski 07 3831 8150

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