Neighbouring regeneration and redevelopment projects
Kelvin Grove Urban Village
The Kelvin Grove Urban Village is a 16-hectare inner-city community, located 1.5 kilometres from the Herston Quarter.
The Village offers a diverse mix of cafes, bars and speciality shops, the Roundhouse Theatre, a thriving weekly market, more than 1,000 residential units, parks, sporting facilities and Queensland University of Technology’s creative industries campus.
More information about the Kelvin Grove Urban Village is available.
Victoria Park Golf Complex and Function Venue
Situated two kilometres from Brisbane city and adjacent to the Herston Quarter, Victoria Park is a fully licensed inner-city entertainment venue combining golf facilities, wedding venues, function spaces and restaurants, all in the one stunning setting.
Victoria Park now employs more than 150 full-time and casual employees and is one of Brisbane’s busiest function and lifestyle venues.
More information about the Victoria Park Golf Complex and Function Venue is available.
Bowen Hills Priority Development Area
The Queensland Government declared Bowen Hills a Priority Development Area to encourage economic development and positive community outcomes in Brisbane’s city fringe.
Located three kilometres from Brisbane’s CBD, the 108-hectare site is home to some of Brisbane’s landmark developments, including the RNA Showgrounds, the Old Museum and Perry Park.
More information about the Bowen Hills Priority Development Area is available.
RNA Showgrounds Regeneration Project
As Australia’s largest brownfield development, the RNA Showgrounds Regeneration Project is a mixed-use precinct situated within the Bowen Hills Priority Development Area, featuring 340,000m2 of new residential, commercial and retail buildings.
By 2026, the 22-hectare site will become an exciting urban destination where 15,000 people will live, work and play.
More information about the RNA Showgrounds Regeneration Project is available.