Central Plaza


Right at the heart of Brisbane’s central business district lies a unique and priceless asset of the city, the Central Plaza.

Completely owned by Queensland Investment Corporation, Central Plaza is comprised

of Central Plaza One, Central Plaza Two, and soon to be completed Central Plaza Three. Central Plaza One is one of Brisbane’s famous skyscrapers with a height 174m(571ft).

This 44-storey building used to be the tallest building in Brisbane in 1988 before it

was surpassed in height by the Riparian Plaza in 2005 and Aurora Tower in 2006.

The Central Plaza Two, with a height of 110m, is a smaller building but with the same design as the Central Plaza One. The two towers stand near each other with Central Plaza One occupying the corner of Queen St and Creek St while Central Plaza Two is located between the boundaries of Creek, Elizabeth and Eagle Streets.

The Central Plaza is consists of cutting-edge buildings with advanced and state of the

art facilities. The air conditioning, elevators, and security services are all controlled by computers. Satellite disks and fiber optic cables are used by the two towers to communicate with major satellite systems. There is also a window cleaning mechanism, located at the top of the building which can rotate around 359 degrees.

Situated in “The Golden Triangle” in Queen Street, the Central Plaza has an excellent l

ocation being close to important government and private offices. The Queensland Head

Office and other foreign banks in Brisbane are minutes away from the Plaza. It is also few meters away from the Stock Exchange and General Post Office. Luxury hotels like the Marriot, Stamford, and Hilton Hotel are only stroll away from the plaza.

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There are also restaurants, cafes, and malls such as the Queen Street Mall nearby the site of the plaza. The Central Railway Station, the main Ferry Terminal and other public transportation are very accessible from the Central Plaza. Traveling to and from the Central Plaza is very convenient with the daily bus and train services. There are also river transport services like the Inner City, Cross River ferry and CityCats which travel around the Brisbane central business district, thus going to the Central Plaza has never been a problem.

With its state-of-the-art facilities and perfect location, it is no wonder that this plaza is the best choice of many big companies to be their business residence. Among these companies housed within the Center Plaza One and Two include KPMG, Freehills, St. George Bank, Drake, and Queensland Investment Corporation. Colliers International, Citimark, Australian Taxation Office, Hudsons Coffee and Quinn& Scattini Law firm are also tenants of Central Plaza. Central Plaza is an icon of modern architecture in Brisbane. With the two towers rising confidently, the Central Plaza is a positive symbol

of progress and advancement in the Brisbane community.