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Key Features

  • South east Queensland's first mega cruise ship terminal.
  • The terminal will accommodate all cruise vessels, including mega ships longer than 270m, with purpose built base port facilities.
  • The $177 million International Cruise Terminal site supports 250 jobs per day at it's peak.

$70m Brisbane International Cruise Terminal

The Brisbane International Cruise Terminal is south-east Queensland’s first mega cruise ship terminal. The terminal will accommodate all cruise vessels, including mega ships longer than 270m, with purpose built base port facilities.

The project consists of the construction of 9,800m2, two level passenger terminal which includes:
• Commercial spaces;
• High security areas;
• Extensive long and short term parking facilities
• Transport interface with designated zones for coaches, taxi’s and private vehicles;
• Terminal access and circulation roads and road furniture;
• Heavy duty pavement Operations area;
• Decommissioning, demolition and removal of the existing rear Maritime Safety Queensland navigational lead light;
• A 275m elevated walkway; and
• All other infrastructure.

The $177 million International Cruise Terminal site supports 250 jobs per day at it's peak.