Updated Queen’s Wharf Flythrough Released by Destination Brisbane

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Screenshot taken from Destination Brisbane Consortium's updated Queen's Wharf Flythrough
Screenshot taken from Destination Brisbane Consortium’s updated Queen’s Wharf Flythrough

Destination Brisbane Consortium has released its first update to the original precinct design flythrough of Queen’s Wharf since the development’s inception in 2014.

Based on the new video, which is still subject to approvals shows that the general design has remained largely the same however there has been slight cosmetic changes to the hotel towers of the core resort precinct, the atrium design as well as the bridge which has gained a slightly more prominent mast structure which was reported back in September.

Screenshot taken of The Atrium, part of Destination Brisbane Consortium’s updated Queen’s Wharf Flythrough

The facades of all buildings including the residential towers known as ‘QWB Residences’ appear to also include a new LED external lighting feature.

Waterline Park has also gained a larger riverside beach which is shown to be located in front of the Riverside Expressway.

Screenshot taken of Waterline Park, part of Destination Brisbane Consortium’s updated Queen’s Wharf Flythrough

A side-by-side comparison video has been created below to help understand the design evolution of the Queen’s Wharf IRD.

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