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Master planning for South Bank

After 30 years, South Bank remains Brisbane’s favourite destination, so it’s important we plan South Bank’s future and ensure it continues to meet the needs of the community in a changing world.

Our vision for South Bank is for it to be the most vibrant urban cultural precinct in the world.

The 30-year master plan will shape a long-term future for South Bank. It will look at how to refresh and revitalise South Bank, make more efficient use of space, create more usable green space, improve access for all people and develop new uses and opportunities to align with the vision for South Bank, our changing city, and future generations.

It will cover the 42-hectare South Bank Corporation area, including the 17-hectare parklands precinct, and commercial assets such as the retail tenancies and underground car park.

We will also consider how South Bank connects to and complements its surrounding areas.

What is a master plan?

A master plan provides a long-term vision and establishes strategic objectives that guide future growth and development.

Master plans often include maps and images of how the future may look, as well as a set of actions and activities to deliver the vision.

Importantly, master plans describe what is possible or allowed. Future developments in South Bank will still need to follow a formal approval process.

Master planning for South Bank

After 30 years, South Bank remains Brisbane’s favourite destination, so it’s important we plan South Bank’s future and ensure it continues to meet the needs of the community in a changing world.

Our vision for South Bank is for it to be the most vibrant urban cultural precinct in the world.

The 30-year master plan will shape a long-term future for South Bank. It will look at how to refresh and revitalise South Bank, make more efficient use of space, create more usable green space, improve access for all people and develop new uses and opportunities to align with the vision for South Bank, our changing city, and future generations.

It will cover the 42-hectare South Bank Corporation area, including the 17-hectare parklands precinct, and commercial assets such as the retail tenancies and underground car park.

We will also consider how South Bank connects to and complements its surrounding areas.

What is a master plan?

A master plan provides a long-term vision and establishes strategic objectives that guide future growth and development.

Master plans often include maps and images of how the future may look, as well as a set of actions and activities to deliver the vision.

Importantly, master plans describe what is possible or allowed. Future developments in South Bank will still need to follow a formal approval process.