Brisbane International Cruise Terminal
This new, world-class $177 million Brisbane International Cruise Terminal is due to open later in 2020 and around 180 cruise ships are scheduled to call during its first season in 2020/21.
The new cruise terminal has been designed to cater for the biggest cruise ships in the world and give passengers a world-class experience. It will become a gateway to the richness of our region, helping to showcase all that south-east Queensland has to offer, and a vital pillar of Brisbane and Queensland’s tourism economy.
It will also deliver a major, long-term economic and tourism boost. Within 20 years, it will potentially triple Brisbane’s cruise industry to:
- support 3,750 jobs
- bring over 760,000 visitors annually
- contribute $1.3 billion in net expenditure into the Brisbane economy.
Enginova were engaged by BNE Air Services to provide Mechanical engineering design and construction services for this project.
|Client||BNE Air Pty Ltd + Port of Brisbane|
|Product||Design and Construct Services (D&C)|
|Service||Mechanical Services engineering|
“A dedicated, purpose-built cruise ship terminal will boost our international reputation as a global tourism destination of choice.
It will serve as a catalyst to supercharge growth in our tourism sector and related industries and generate jobs now and into the future.”
Annastacia Palaszczuk, Queensland Premier
Photo Credits : Arkhefield Architects