Incredible images of Brisbane as part of 'Kurilpa' plan

An artist impression of the completed
An artist impression of the completed "Kurilpa Renewal" that will transform the former Parmalat Milk factory on the edge of the Brisbane River into a grassy park with nearby amphitheatre.

THIS is how Brisbane's council is wowing developers today.

Over lunch, the council is revealing parcels once used by the Parmalat Milk Factory will become a park with an amphitheatre to be built nearby.

Montague Road near West End, currently a mix of mostly industrial, commerical and occasional retail will be re-designed to take on a feel similar to Grey Street at South Bank.
 

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On the council's "Kurilpa Renewal" website, it explains this area will reform 25 hectares "just across the river from Brisbane's Central Business District".

"An ambitious draft master plan has been developed to provide the framework for Kurilpa's transformation from industry and factories to a world-class riverfront destination welcoming 11,000 new residents and delivering 8000 new jobs."

According to the council, the redevelopment will support 11,000 new residents and 8000 workers.
 

Kurilpa Point is set to undergo a billion dollar redevelopment. Photo: Supplied
Kurilpa Point is set to undergo a billion dollar redevelopment. Photo: Supplied


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