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 2.5 kilometres 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

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 2.5 kilometres 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/

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    Who manages car parking at Northshore Brisbane?

    3 days ago

    Parking on roads and streets

    Brisbane City Council invests in major transport infrastructure projects, local road projects, and public transport initiatives. Council also regulates vehicle parking in and around Brisbane, such as within the Northshore Brisbane precinct.  

    EDQ, along with all contractors, is required to seek relevant traffic permits for any lane or road or parking closures from Council. Council regulates this process to ensure any impacts to the road network or traffic flow is managed appropriately. Information on the process can be found here. Brisbane City Council also have a Residential Parking Fact Sheet which may be of assistance. For more information, call Council’s 24-hour Contact Centre at 07 3403 8888.

    Parking on EDQ land and car parks

    Parking on EDQ-owned land is designated for patrons supporting businesses and activations including Eat Street, Pink Flamingo, Superordinary and Flipside Circus. The car parks are to be used in accordance with the car parking terms and conditions signed on entry. 

    No overnight parking is permitted. EDQ will continue to monitor parking on its premises, and vehicles parked overnight face the risk of being towed. 

    The car parking provided by EDQ has been designed and delivered with advice from a qualified Traffic Engineer and in accordance with relevant planning approvals for activations along the riverfront precinct. All tenants submit and manage a traffic management plan based on the parking allocation in this approval.

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    Currently, we have as many as 18 CityCat crew members parking in Dock D at Northshore to commence their shifts daily (with slightly fewer numbers on weekends). Could you please confirm whether the capacity for 18 parking spaces for CityCat crew will be maintained in Dock D? If not, will there be on-site security available to accompany crews to their vehicles each evening, considering the distance from the CityCat terminal to the alternative parking area? Any assistance and information you can provide would be highly appreciated as we strive to communicate effectively with our crews.

    Julie Daffy asked 18 days ago

    Thank you for your query.

    The availability of car parking in Dock D will be reduced from April 2024 until December 2026 to allow for a large-scale activation at Northshore Brisbane. Public access will remain available during the activation so the CityCat crew may continue parking at Dock D. The closest parking for the CityCat terminal will be behind the tennis courts. Pedestrian access will be available via the riverfront (which has lighting) or between the tennis courts and activation. 

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    When ate residents going to see the actual plan for the redevelopment of our neighbourhood?

    Brooklyn asked 5 months ago

    The Development Scheme for Northshore Hamilton Priority Development Area can be found here, this gives you an understanding of the building intent for all areas within the PDA.

    EDQ is largely responsible for the delivery of infrastructure and public realm within the precinct. EDQ work with local and state government, community and local landholders, and developers to deliver the waterfront community. Please ensure you are registered on this Have Your Say page to be kept up to date as more detail is announced.

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    Is there any marina facilities planned for the river between Portside Wharf and Northshore.

    PJV asked 4 months ago

    Thank you for your query. 

    There are no marina facilities planned for delivery within the EDQ owned Northshore Hamilton project area. Private developers may pursue the inclusion of marina facilities in the future as part of their development.

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    We live in Hamilton Reach and have major concerns about what the legacy athlete's village will do to the area's vibrant community feel, the quality of life in our area from such density and, ultimately, property values. In particular, the mixed housing types planned post-games are most concerning, such as "affordable" or public housing/ housing commission. What is Northshore's plan to address resident concerns of this nature? How will you ensure the above does not occur?

    KB asked over 1 year ago

    Thank you for your queries.

    Planning for the Brisbane Athlete’s Village as part of the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games is still in its early stages and the precise boundary for the Athletes Village has not yet been resolved. However, the importance of designing and delivering the Village to ensure a quality, enduring legacy is a top priority.

    Housing diversity is vital to creating inclusive and vibrant communities and is not a location specific outcome. Dwellings for public housing, social housing or affordable housing will be distributed throughout residential and mixed-use developments within the PDA and designed to integrate seamlessly within the existing neighbourhood.

    Thank you.

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    Are there plans to bring a grocery store or food outlets to Hamilton Northshore in future and how soon can we expect this?

    G asked over 2 years ago

    Thank you for your query. The development scheme amendment for Northshore Hamilton plans for a range of retail development, including the delivery of a full line supermarket in the main activity centre on Macarthur Avenue and convenience retail at the eastern activity centre near Northshore Riverside Park. This is in addition to the current retail area at existing Portside Wharf, which includes an existing IGA supermarket. Timing for delivery of grocery stores and food outlets will ultimately be determined by developers and retail operators, which is subject to land availability, population numbers and overall market demand.

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    I live at the Hamilton Reach end of Northshore. One of the big issues is toilet access in our Parks. There is currently only one toilet in the park which is very crowded. There is a sign near the Northshore Harbour Cafe for a toilet and longer term residents tell me that there is an external toilet on the Cafe that was previously open to the public but when Management changed some time ago they closed it off and removed sign on door. Not only does it make sense to have at least 2 toilets in a public park, but this one is near the kids playground. Isn’t it part of the DA approval for the Cafe to have this toilet being open to the public and how can we get this restored for the Community.

    Northern asked over 2 years ago

    Thank you for your email regarding toilet access in the park at the Hamilton Reach end of Northshore.

    Northshore Riverside Park is one of many Hamilton parks managed and maintained by Brisbane City Council not Economic Development Queensland. Any concerns regarding access to public facilities at Northshore Riverside Park should be directed to Council.

    You can lodge a maintenance complaint with Council, online, you can submit a general complaint via email or you can contact Council on 07 3403 888.

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    Will the LORES BONNEY RIVERWALK connect down to north shore?

    Kate B123 asked over 2 years ago

    Yes: The 1.2km Lores Bonney Riverwalk extends east from Cameron Rocks Reserve to Brett’s Wharf. It then connects to an existing riverwalk that extends from Brett’s Wharf to Portside Wharf. As part of staged future redevelopment in the Northshore Hamilton Priority Development Area the riverwalk will be incrementally extended, ultimately connecting Portside Wharf to Northshore Riverside Park.

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    Is there a timeline for the roadwork investment at the eastern end of the Northshore precinct to begin?

    Bruces62 asked about 3 years ago

    Thank you for your question.

    Works at the eastern end of the Northshore PDA precinct to create three new roads and upgrade MacArthur Avenue are expected to be undertaken during the second half of 2021. When we have further information in regards to timing we will update the Have Your Say page.

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    Who is responsible for road maintenance within the Northshore Hamilton PDA?

    about 3 years ago

    Thank you for your email. All roads within the Northshore Hamilton PDA are the responsibility of Brisbane City Council (BCC). The only exception to this is when roads are being upgraded from their existing industrial form to a new urban form (for example the recent road upgrades around Hercules St Park). During the upgrade period (including a defects maintenance period) the road is the responsibility of EDQ, and then it is handed back to BCC for ongoing maintenance. Brisbane City Council have a road damage reporting tool which may assist.

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