Brisbane’s international cruise terminal | more choice for families!
Queensland is Australia’s top cruise destination and Brisbane’s international cruise terminal is moving forward to take advantage. New figures show the cruise industry is now contributing $1.1 billion to the state’s economy supporting more than 4000 jobs across the State.
Benefitting Brisbane and beyond
The location of Brisbane’s international cruise terminal
What will Brisbane’s international cruise terminal be like?
The terminal building itself will be around 9,300 square metres set over two levels and connected to a 200m long wharf, with two air bridges facilitating the movement of passengers on and off the ships. There will also be public open spaces, parking for cars and buses plus extensive landscaping across the site.