Northshore Brisbane

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Northshore Brisbane is the largest waterfront urban renewal project in Queensland and is destined to become a true Brisbane icon.

Over the next 20 years, this 304-hectare precinct will transform from an industrial area into a vibrant riverside precinct which stretches 2.5kilometres along the Brisbane River.

For 100 years the wharves at Hamilton were the place Queensland exported its best to the world. Now Northshore Brisbane operates a different shipping schedule. Just six kilometres from the CBD you'll find luxury river homes and apartments fit for a captain, a hub of experiential arts and cultural experiences you'll want to write

Northshore Brisbane is the largest waterfront urban renewal project in Queensland and is destined to become a true Brisbane icon.

Over the next 20 years, this 304-hectare precinct will transform from an industrial area into a vibrant riverside precinct which stretches 2.5kilometres along the Brisbane River.

For 100 years the wharves at Hamilton were the place Queensland exported its best to the world. Now Northshore Brisbane operates a different shipping schedule. Just six kilometres from the CBD you'll find luxury river homes and apartments fit for a captain, a hub of experiential arts and cultural experiences you'll want to write home about, and some of the most exciting cuisines in the world. This iconic stretch of water is transforming from working dock, into Brisbane's immersive riverfront.

Northshore Brisbane is also a new business district, a hub of business innovation, from start-ups to global giants.

Lastly, Northshore Brisbane has been identified as the home of the Brisbane Athletes' Village for the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Northshore Brisbane's prime waterfront location and its proximity to the CBD, competition and training venues, and transport connections makes it an ideal location to host over 10,000 athletes and team officials for the Olympic Games and over 5,000 athletes and team officials for the Paralympics.

Find out more here: https://northshorebrisbane.com.au/

  • Changes to staged roadworks timing

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    Changes have been made to the timing of staged roadworks around the MacArthur Avenue, Remora Road and Hercules Street intersection. The delays are due to BMD finding unknown service cables that needed to be removed, and recent inclement weather.

    The amended dates are as follows:

    Stage 1: Monday 11 July - Friday 5 August 2022 (dayworks) – excluding Sunday.

    Stage 2: Monday 8 August 2022 - Friday 19 August 2022 (nightworks)

    For further details please read the amended BMD construction update – July 2022.

  • MacArthur Avenue/Remora Road/Hercules Street sewer repairs

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    BMD will be undertaking roadworks around the MacArthur Avenue, Remora Road and Hercules Street intersection during July for the purposes of upgrading underground services. The works will be completed in two stages starting Monday 11 July.

    For further details please read BMD's construction update.

  • Angora Road closure for sewer works

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    BMD will begin sewer construction works on Angora Road from 27 June. The works will be in place for approximately 2.5 weeks, weather permitting.

    For further details please read BMD's construction update.

  • MacArthur Avenue - shoulder closure for Flipside Circus sewer works

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    BMD will be undertaking further roadworks along MacArthur Avenue starting 20 June to install sewer services to the Flipside Circus development site.

    For further details please read BMD's construction update.

  • New roads at Northshore reach important completion milestone

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    The transformation of Northshore from a former port area into a vibrant mixed-use urban precinct continues with the completion of an $18 million package of new roads, cycle tracks and footpaths.

    Starting in early July 2021, the industrial road form of the east end of MacArthur Avenue has been transformed into an urban boulevard framed with street trees, separated cycle tracks and wide footpaths, perfect for those keen to walk, run, cycle or scooter around the precinct.

    The construction of three new roads – Cedar, Barcham and Karakul – opens new land supply for development, attracting further private sector investment in the precinct in the lead up to the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

    Over 600 metres of cycle tracks and just under two kilometres of footpaths will encourage and support active movement across Northshore. Stormwater and utilities upgrades and subtropical urban landscaping at the eastern end of Northshore have also been delivered. The new roads also provide more on-street carparking in the area.

    This is a significant achievement under difficult times in the construction industry. The impacts of COVID on contractors and sub-contractors, rising construction costs and over seven weeks of rain delays in 2022 alone provided major challenges to the works program and budget.

    EDQ appreciates the patience exhibited by residents, occupiers and road users during these works.

  • Wharf Street restrictions - tower crane to go up Saturday 4 June

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    Tomkins will be erecting a tower crane on Saturday 4 June, the installation is expected to take one day, with preparations starting the day prior.

    The crane is necessary to progress the next stage of construction work on the Rivello Hamilton project.

    Wharf Street will be partly closed to pedestrians with Wharf Street and MacArthur Avenue restricted and operating under traffic management during the works.

    The pop-up park at the end of Wharf Street to be closed during these activities as an added safety measure.

    For further details, please take a moment to read Tomkins’ construction update.

  • After-hours roadworks proposed for 17-24 May 2022

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    BMD is proposing to undertake additional roadworks along MacArthur Avenue including a temporary road closure on MacArthur Avenue (north) for one day between 7.15pm - 12.00am. Due to the current rain forecast, these works are tentatively scheduled to occur during 17-24 May 2022. For further details please read BMD's construction update.

  • After-hours roadworks - postponed

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    The after-hours road works scheduled for later today (5 May) have been postponed due to the increased likelihood of rain this afternoon and evening.

    We will provide an update once these after-hours roadworks have been rescheduled.

    Thank you.

  • MacArthur Avenue roadway opens 5 May 2022

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    MacArthur Avenue roadway, from Carpark 2 entry to the Angora Road round-about will be open to motorists, cyclists and pedestrians from Thursday 5 May 2022. For further details please read BMD’s construction update (26 April 2022).

  • Tomkins construction update – Rivello Hamilton

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    For details about upcoming works to be undertaken by Tomkins on the Rivello Hamilton project, please take a moment to read their April 2022 construction update.

Page last updated: 26 Feb 2024, 10:58 AM