brisbane skyline

Located on the south bank of the Brisbane River, the Brisbane skyline is a popular tourist attraction and a major destination for visitors to the city. It is home to a number of iconic landmarks, including the Queensland Parliament House and the Brisbane City Hall, as well as the Brisbane Skytower.

Moreton Bay

Located 14 kilometres from Brisbane, Moreton Bay is a popular place for watersports. It is also home to several species of dolphins, humpback whales and dugongs. It is also a popular destination for recreational anglers.

Moreton Bay is located in southeast Queensland, Australia. It contains about 360 islands. It also includes the Port of Brisbane and a marine park. It is also a local government area.

Moreton Bay was formed 6,000 years ago when the sea level rose. The bay is located off the eastern coast of Queensland. It is separated from the Coral Sea by Moreton Island. The northern part of the bay is a shipping channel. It is also home to large numbers of nationally threatened turtles. It is also protected as part of the Southern Moreton Bay Islands National Park.

There are several island villages in Moreton Bay. These include Pumicestone Passage, Shorncliffe, Tangalooma and Amity Point. The southern part of Moreton Bay is home to Peel Island, St Helena Island, Coochiemudlo Island and Macleay Island.

Brisbane River

Located just north of the Brisbane CBD, D’Aguilar National Park is wedged between Mount Mee and Mount Nebo. It’s 35,000 hectares in size.

There are numerous events hosted along the Brisbane River. One is the annual Brisbane River Classic fishing competition. Brisbane is also home to bull sharks and rare Queensland lungfish.

The river is navigable throughout the Brisbane metropolitan area. There are 16 major bridges crossing the river. The first is the Albert Bridge, which opened in 1876. Another is the Merivale Bridge, which opened in 1978. It connects the South Brisbane railway system to the City.

There is also the Clem Jones Tunnel, which opened in 2010. The tunnel is an underground crossing for road transport. It is expected to be completed by 2024.

The river’s major tributaries are Oxley Creek, Woogaroo Creek, and Cooyar Creek. The river’s headwaters are in the Bunya Mountains, 992 m above sea level. The Bunya Mountains are the highest point in the Brisbane River catchment.

Brisbane Skytower

Located in the heart of Brisbane’s city centre, the Brisbane Skytower offers stunning views of the city. The development includes 1141 apartments, a five-star hotel, commercial tenancies, and outstanding recreational facilities.

Brisbane Skytower apartments offer a stylish and contemporary design. The apartments are air conditioned, and feature private bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, and a laundry. They also have a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi. There is also an indoor swimming pool and fitness centre.

The Brisbane Skytower is a 90-storey building, which is 274.3 meters high. It is located at 222 Margaret Street in the city centre. It is located in close proximity to some of Brisbane’s best shopping and dining. Brisbane City Hall is just a few minutes walk away.

The Brisbane Skytower has been designed by Noel Robinson Architects. The firm redesigned a previous design, which included a hotel and apartment tower. They also looked at the existing base build structure. The design was peer reviewed by other architects to ensure that it was in line with town planning approvals.

Queen’s Wharf Residences

Located on Margaret Street and George Street, Queen’s Wharf Residences in Brisbane skyline offers a vibrant lifestyle hub. This 667-residence building features world-renowned hotels, local and international retailers, and fine dining. There are one, two, and three-bedroom apartments, as well as a limited number of penthouse suites. These apartments are priced from $585,000.

The first residential tower in Queen’s Wharf precinct is now fully sold out. The real estate team sold more than 75 per cent of the 667 apartments within just two months.

The development is led by a team of global property experts with extensive experience in city development. It is a joint venture between Chow Tai Fook Enterprises and Far East Consortium, two companies that have contributed to Australia’s urban skyline for nearly two decades. They are publicly listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

The Queen’s Wharf precinct will be the largest development of its kind in Brisbane and will include a range of key features. It will connect the Brisbane River, Botanic Gardens, Parliamentary Precinct, and Queen Street Mall. It will also feature 50 new bars and restaurants and carefully designed public spaces.