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Celebrity chefs. Riverfront views. Fresh Queensland produce. Five star hotels. Nightlife that makes the most of paradise-grade weather. The new Queen’s Wharf development, opening on Brisbane’s riverfront this year, will change the way locals and visitors eat, party and relax. Set across 12 hectares of pristine Brisbane waterfront, the multi-billion-dollar project is the kind that only comes along once in a lifetime.

We’ve already been given a sneak peak thanks to Brisbane’s newest riverfront bar, Will & Flow, but Queen’s Wharf has oh so much more in store for us.

In anticipation of the Queen’s Wharf final unveiling in 2022, we spoke with The Star’s Chief Casino Officer for Queensland, Geoff Hogg, about when and how it will all come together.

What can Brisbane expect from Queen’s Wharf?

Along with our consortium partners, Chow Tai Fook Enterprises and Far East Consortium, we want our $3.6-billion Queen’s Wharf Brisbane integrated resort development to deliver a scale, diversity and quality unlike anything we have for locals and visitors in Queensland today.

Over an incredible 12 hectares of state-owned and currently underutilised land, it will transform our city with a wide range of offerings. This will include new riverfront space; an unmatched dining precinct comprising fine-dining hatted restaurants, celebrity chefs, and pop-ups; a signature arc-shaped building with a sky deck positioned 100 metres above William Street and designed to offer spectacular 360-degree views of the river and city; a moonlight cinema; a ballroom, exciting nightlife and entertainment; local and international retail brands; and world-class hotels, including Australia’s first Rosewood, The Ritz-Carlton, and the Dorsett Hotel.

Our multi-billion-dollar investment is designed to embrace the local spirit and characteristics of Brisbane as a ‘river’ city, with proximity to a range of attractions including golden beaches, lush hinterland, and rural and outback areas.

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