South Brisbane is a thriving commercial, retail, cultural and education hub. The precinct continues to see growth in key industries including health, finance, insurance, property, professional services, construction and mining.
South Bank is also home to Brisbane’s Cultural Precinct, the location for some of Australia’s leading arts and cultural institutions including: Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA); Queensland Art Gallery; Queensland Museum – South Bank; State Library of Queensland; and Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC).
The picturesque South Bank Parklands, with more than 1500m of uninterrupted Brisbane River frontage, attracts more than 10 million visitors each year and is where the city celebrates key events such as New Year’s Eve, Australia Day, Brisbane Festival, and Regional Flavours. With more than 14,000sqm of retail and commercial space, South Bank offers world-class dining and retail experiences.
To discover more information on the South Bank Precinct, please visit the Brisbane City Council website, or contact the Investment Attraction Team.