Brisbane is Australia’s new world city with a thriving $146 billion economy, further projected to climb to $217 billion by 2031.
Billions of dollars’ worth of major infrastructure projects, either under construction or in the planning stage, are rapidly changing the face of Brisbane, helping to transform the city and attract many more businesses and people to move and call Brisbane home.
Queensland’s first dedicated international mega cruise ship terminal puts Brisbane on the map to attract the world’s largest cruise ships. Not only generating new jobs, it will also create supply chain opportunities for local businesses, traders and tourism operators.
Located at a key CBD transit hub, Brisbane Live is a new 18,000 seat, world-class entertainment arena to be serviced by underground rail and busway infrastructure, delivering up to 1000 jobs in the peak year of construction and 600 ongoing jobs once operational.
Brisbane’s ‘Grand Central’ will connect passengers with the existing suburban and interstate bus and rail networks, as well as the proposed Brisbane Metro, providing opportunities for enhanced public spaces, along with new commercial andresidential development.
Open for business, we now have the most efficient runway system in Australia and one of the best in the world when it comes to capacity, attracting new airlines and routes. By 2030, more than $5 billion in economic benefits will be brought into the region as a result.
A new world-class integrated resort development is being constructed that will put Brisbane on the map as a tourism, leisure and entertainment destination, expected to attract 1.39M visitors to Brisbane per year and upward of 8,000 new jobs.
Transforming this part of Brisbane into a premium business and leisure destination. As a global-standard business and tourist destination, this iconic riverside location will be further enhanced by new open spaces, amenities and a revitalised premier waterfront dining hub.
A new 10.2-kilometre rail line that includes 5.9 kilometres of twin tunnels under the Brisbane River and CBD. A critical public transport infrastructure project to improve quality of life, economic growth, generate thousands of jobs and activate urban development.
Brisbane's favourable bid to win the right to host the 2032 Olympic Games will start to flow of $ billions in an accelerated timetable involving all levels of government. 10's of thousands of visitors expected to Brisbane for the games boosting infrastructure, local business and investment.
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