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Waterfront Place, Brisbane

Waterfront Place, Brisbane

Waterfront Place is one of the tallest buildings in Brisbane and Queensland and holds a prime location overlooking the Brisbane River. The entire complex is a bustling space and in the foyer there are often art and photographic exhibitions. The grand piano in the foyer is often manned by a pianist greeting workers each morning with a little tinkling from the ivories. If you ride to the top of the building you are greeted by extensive views out to Moreton Bay downstream as well as the Story Bridge and the CBD.

The building is home to some of the state’s most important and prestigious businesses as well as featuring some residential apartments. High profile tenants include the British Consulate, the office of the 21st Governor General of Australia Bill Hayden and the Commonwealth Parliament of Australia.

There is a large two story restaurant within the complex, run by high profile local chef Matt Moran, as well as retail space and an entertainment area known as the Eagle Street Pier. The site that the building stands on was part of the original Port of Brisbane and Customs House is nearby. Parking is available on site or it is close to the Eagle St. Pier terminal of the City Cat ferries.

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Sight Name: Waterfront Place
Sight Location: Brisbane, Australia
Sight Type: Attraction/Landmark
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