Queen's Wharf Brisbane

A new world-class integrated resort development is being constructed that will put Brisbane on the map as a tourism, leisure and entertainment destination.


Queen’s Wharf Brisbane Integrated Resort Development covers more than 26 hectares of land and water, making up nearly 10% of the Brisbane CBD. The redevelopment will see the area transformed to include: 

  • 50 new restaurants, bars and cafes
  • Four premium hotel brands - including The Ritz Carlton Brisbane and Brisbane's first 6 star hotel
  • 12 football fields of public space
  • A dazzling Sky Deck positioned 100 metres above ground and designed to offer 360-degree views of the river and city
  • Three residential towers offering 2,000 residences
  • Repurposed heritage buildings open to the public
  • A new pedestrian bridge to South Bank (the Neville Bonner Bridge)
  • High-end retail department store
  • World-class casino and gaming facilities to replace the existing casino.


Expected to open in 2022, Queen’s Wharf Brisbane will transform the Central Business District and river’s edge with an iconic design that embraces Brisbane’s inviting subtropical climate and celebrates the precinct’s Indigenous and European heritage with interpretive trails and experiences spanning the Brisbane River and ridgeline. 


Destination Brisbane Consortium is the joint venture delivering the $3.6 billion integrated resort development. The joint venture partners include The Star Entertainment Group, Far East Consortium and Chow Tai Fook. 


For more information visit the development's website - www.queenswharfbrisbane.com.au.


PROJECT TIMELINE


  • In November 2015 the Queensland Government officially appointed Destination Brisbane Consortium as the proponent to deliver Queen’s Wharf Brisbane.
  • In January 2017 demolition of the non-heritage buildings commenced.
  • In early 2018, the excavation and shoring work began.
  • In mid-2018 commencement on Waterline Park and the Bicentennial Bikeway upgrade, opened in October 2019.
  • In mid-2019 the main integrated resort development contract was awarded.
  • By 2022 the core of the development is expected to open, and then the consortium will begin the conversion of the existing Treasury Hotel and Casino into a The Ritz-Carlton and high end retail store. This is expected to open in 2024.
  • Timing for two residential towers has not yet been confirmed but will be after the core of the development.


A more detailed timeline is available from the Project Documents section below.


EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST OPPORTUNITIES


Information regarding upcoming supply opportunities will be communicated on the ICN Gateway as it becomes available. Product, service and equipment suppliers who possess the capability, capacity and track record to perform the stated scope of work and are interested in supplying to the project are encouraged to submit an expression of interest (EOI) through the ICN Gateway.


Suppliers should be aware that EOI opportunities will be made available to businesses with the capability and capacity to provide both 'full' or 'partial' scope of works i.e.


Full Scope - Able to provide ALL of the products, services and equipment required for the work package.


Partial Scope - Able to provide SOME of the products, services and equipment required for the work package.


Example:


An Electrical Services work package is communicated on ICN Gateway inviting EOIs from trade contractors and suppliers. 


The scope of works includes the supply and installation of electrical services such as power, trenching, conduits, cables and cable support systems, switchboards, distribution boards and switchgear, UPS, lightning protection, lighting (including lighting control, emergency and road / pathway lighting), dry fire detection systems / EWIS, BMS systems interface, telecommunication and information technology services and MATV systems. 


A business which has the capability to design, manufacture and supply conduits, cables and cable supports-only would be encouraged to register their interest as a Partial Scope supplier.


Expression of Interest communicated via the ICN Gateway are not Request for Quotation / Tender and in turn are not a commitment or representation that the Destination Brisbane Consortium or its contractors will issue a Request for Quotation / Tender to procure the products, services or equipment listed.


Destination Brisbane Consortium and its contractors may contact one (1) or more of the organisations that submit an expression of interest to discuss the requirements of the good(s) or service(s) to be provided. Responding to the EOI does not guarantee that the Destination Brisbane Consortium or its contractors will contact your organisation.


Destination Brisbane Consortium and its contractors shall only invite service providers and suppliers who, through their response to the EOI, can clearly demonstrate capability and capacity against the documented scope. It is essential that your company profile on the ICN Gateway is complete, up-to-date and accurate - as any incomplete profiles will not be considered. 


BUILDING CODE 2013


A key requirement of this project is compliance with the Building Code 2013. Contractors expressing interest for work packages are encouraged to provide evidence of their compliance with the Building Code 2013 within their EOI response.


For more information visit the Australian Building and Construction Commission's website - www.abcc.gov.au/building-code.


LOCAL INDUSTRY


Destination Brisbane Consortium is committed to creating sustainable employment and economic development opportunities for local suppliers by maximising their participation opportunities in our procurement activities. In the context of the Destination Brisbane Consortium ’s operations, local means Australia and New Zealand.


Destination Brisbane Consortium aims to provide ‘full, fair and reasonable opportunity’ for capable and competitive suppliers and service providers to compete for work or participate in global supply chains.


FURTHER ASSISTANCE


Destination Brisbane Consortium strongly encourages suppliers to contact ICN Queensland in the first instance to gain an understanding of the EOI process and development programs, such as their ICN Gateway Profile Improvement Workshops. To access the current workshop program, please follow the link below:

www.qmisolutions.com.au/events


The Queensland Government offers workshops to suppliers interested in marketing themselves more effectively to buyers and to improve their tendering response. These workshops are offered around Queensland and any supplier is welcome to attend. To access the current workshop program, please follow the link below:

www.dsdmip.qld.gov.au/workshops

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Project at a glance


QLD Australia
Under Construction
DESTINATION BRISBANE CONSORTIUM
AUD $3.6 Billion

Contact Details


Destination Brisbane Consortium
+61 7 3013 9500
Industry Capability Network (QLD)
+61 7 3364 0670

Work Package
Documents
Full Scope EOI
Partial Scope EOI
Status
Accordian collapse

ArtWork

AccordianPlus Art Work

Full Scope EOI

Closed: 
12 Jul 2021

Partial Scope EOI

  Closed
Accordian collapse

Miscellaneous

Full Scope EOI

Closed: 
02 Jul 2020

Partial Scope EOI

  Closed
AccordianPlus Mature Trees - Supply

Full Scope EOI

Closed: 
15 Jul 2018

Partial Scope EOI

  Closed
Note: The closing date/s for expressions of interest are subject to change.
PROJECT
QLD AUSTRALIA

Destination Brisbane Consortium has contracted Multiplex to deliver the Foreshore South - Waterline Park and Goodwill Extension project.


The Waterline Park and Goodwill Extension project involves the redevelopment and beautification of the Brisbane River Foreshore between the Goodwill Bridge and area behind 1 William Street and includes:


  • Upgrades to the Bicentennial Bikeway
  • Construction of a recreational park
  • Construction of a mangrove walk and accompanying pontoon and gangway.
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