Brisbane - Australia’s New World City

Brisbane is home to 2.27 million people with an economy equating to $162 billion. Brisbane is Australia’s closest eastern seaboard capital city to Asia with most major global companies having international offices in Brisbane. Brisbane is now the third largest city in Australia - mostly due to it growing faster than any other major Australian city over the past eight years.


Public and private developments are forecasted to attract more residential occupants and drive up capital returns

Queens Wharf Brisbane

A world-class integrated resort development is being constructed, enabling Brisbane be put on the map as a tourism, leisure and entertainment destination.

Expected completion in 2022, Queen’s Wharf Brisbane will transform the underutilised CBD and river’s edge with a unique design that embraces Brisbane’s enticing subtropical climate and celebrates the heritage with repurposed buildings blended with contemporary architecture.

Destination Brisbane Consortium is delivering the $3.6 billion development, which will cover more than 26 hectares across land and water, to transform the Brisbane Landscape and ridgeline into a vibrant hub for locals and visitors.

South City Square, Brisbane

One of Brisbane’s most exciting developments - South City Square extends Woolloongabba’s celebrated café and retail culture with a new selection of premium dining, shopping and entertainment choices. With a planned seven stage project life and only five minutes from Brisbane’s CBD, it is set to become one of Brisbane’s “must see” destinations.



Brisbane property market has seen a strong track record in recent years and is forecasted to reach record high growth in the near future

Australia's Total Property Market Growth 2018 - 2021 (%)

Source: BIS Oxford Economics
  • Brisbane is seen to be the best performing property market in the coming years.

  • Relatively undervalued and can be bought at a considerable discount before the housing/commercial market booms.

  • Numerous areas of strong growth potential around the CBD and greater region.

  • “Brisbane will continue to outperform Sydney and Melbourne” - ANZ Economist Jack Chambers




Average Quarter 4 FY18 Sale Price ($000s)

Source: Urbis Economics