Northshore

Northshore is the largest waterfront urban renewal project in Queensland and is destined to become a true Brisbane icon.

Over the next 20 years, this 304 hectare precinct will transform from an industrial area into a vibrant riverside precinct which stretches 2.5 kilometres along the Brisbane river.

Discover what’s on the horizon and how Northshore will develop into an even greater destination via:

Infrastructure upgrades

Northshore is the largest waterfront urban renewal project in Queensland and is destined to become a true Brisbane icon.

Over the next 20 years, this 304 hectare precinct will transform from an industrial area into a vibrant riverside precinct which stretches 2.5 kilometres along the Brisbane river.

Discover what’s on the horizon and how Northshore will develop into an even greater destination via:

Infrastructure upgrades

  • In December 2018, Brisbane based JMac Constructions was appointed as the park contractor. You can read more about it on the news feed.
  • In early 2018 construction commenced on the Wharf Close pop-up park at Northshore. The pop-up park is located at the old Eat Street site at the end of Wharf Close and will provide local residents, dogs and the community with an outdoor space while Hercules Street Park (Hamilton Recreation Reserve) is revitalised. The pop-up park will include a dog-off-leash area, a grass oval and some children's play equipment and is open between 5.00 am - 7.00 pm.
  • Hercules Street Park (Hamilton Recreation Reserve) will undergo a $10 million (approximately) transformation and expansion. The proposed design includes a sprawling lawn, impressive fig garden, a picnic area, a dog park and water play facilities. The village green in the centre of the park is designed to be large enough for a game of cricket or football and with facilities for open air, amphitheatre style entertainment.

Roadwork activity

  • EDQ recently completed a $24 million road upgrade project which saw Harbour Road, Hercules Street, Remora Road and MacArthur Avenue upgraded to include four-lane, sub arterial roads with upgraded footpaths, cycle tracks, street lighting, two new signalised intersections, road resurfacing and boulevard planting.
  • 8 - 18 April 2019 Holiday Tennis Clinics at Northshore Tennis Park

    15 days ago
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    Get active these school holidays and come along and join tennis clinics at the Northshore Tennis Park. There will be a mix of fun, technical and physical activities that cater to players of all standards between the ages of 4 and 16 years.

    Clinic 1 Monday 8 - Thursday 18 April 2019

    Full Day: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm ($65 per day)

    Half Day: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm ($45 per day)

    Enrol online now

    Get active these school holidays and come along and join tennis clinics at the Northshore Tennis Park. There will be a mix of fun, technical and physical activities that cater to players of all standards between the ages of 4 and 16 years.

    Clinic 1 Monday 8 - Thursday 18 April 2019

    Full Day: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm ($65 per day)

    Half Day: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm ($45 per day)

    Enrol online now

  • Curtin Avenue West reserve closure - Friday 15 March 2019

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    Parking will no longer be available at the former Curtin Avenue West reserve - opposite the Boral site, because it is now under an agreement with a private developer. The area will be closed off at 6.00 pm, Friday 15 March 2019 and alternate parking options include:

    · Street parking on Curtin Avenue West, MacArthur Avenue and Links Avenue South, all within 500m of the area being closed.

    · BTP Northshore Hamilton has available bays within the multi-deck car park located on Curtin Avenue West. Please contact Kyla Corbin to discuss rates and availability on (07) 3368 9055 or email...

    Parking will no longer be available at the former Curtin Avenue West reserve - opposite the Boral site, because it is now under an agreement with a private developer. The area will be closed off at 6.00 pm, Friday 15 March 2019 and alternate parking options include:

    · Street parking on Curtin Avenue West, MacArthur Avenue and Links Avenue South, all within 500m of the area being closed.

    · BTP Northshore Hamilton has available bays within the multi-deck car park located on Curtin Avenue West. Please contact Kyla Corbin to discuss rates and availability on (07) 3368 9055 or email kyla@milestonepropertymanagement.com.au

    · Businesses that are interested in temporary leasing opportunities in the Northshore precinct are encouraged to contact Wendy Brewster at Wendy.Brewster@dsdmip.qld.gov.au


  • Northshore Tennis Park Open Day - Saturday 19 January 2019

    3 months ago
    Tennis gear

    The Northshore Tennis Park Metropolitan Open Day is on Saturday 19 January from 9.00 am - 12.00 pm.

    There will be fun for the whole family and you can have a hit with a river view. Northshore Tennis Park is located next to Eat Street at 257A MacArthur Avenue, Hamilton.

    Activities on the day will include:

    • Free tennis hire
    • ANZ Hot Shots
    • Cardio Tennis
    • Serve competitions
    • Membership specials
    • BBQ and lots more
    For more information please visit the Northshore Tennis Park Facebook page.

    The Northshore Tennis Park Metropolitan Open Day is on Saturday 19 January from 9.00 am - 12.00 pm.

    There will be fun for the whole family and you can have a hit with a river view. Northshore Tennis Park is located next to Eat Street at 257A MacArthur Avenue, Hamilton.

    Activities on the day will include:

    • Free tennis hire
    • ANZ Hot Shots
    • Cardio Tennis
    • Serve competitions
    • Membership specials
    • BBQ and lots more
    For more information please visit the Northshore Tennis Park Facebook page.
  • Hercules Street Park contractor appointed

    4 months ago
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    After a competitive tender process, we are pleased to announce that Brisbane based JMac Constructions has been appointed as contractor for the Hercules Street Park improvements.

    Construction will officially start on-site at the end of January 2019, however you will see some activity on-site prior to the Christmas break and in January to prepare for the commencement of work.

    About JMac Constructions
    JMac Constructions is the landscaping arm of the BMD Group, one of Australia’s largest privately owned group of companies engaged in engineering design, construction and land development. JMac specialises in all aspects of landscape construction including residential, commercial,...

    After a competitive tender process, we are pleased to announce that Brisbane based JMac Constructions has been appointed as contractor for the Hercules Street Park improvements.

    Construction will officially start on-site at the end of January 2019, however you will see some activity on-site prior to the Christmas break and in January to prepare for the commencement of work.

    About JMac Constructions
    JMac Constructions is the landscaping arm of the BMD Group, one of Australia’s largest privately owned group of companies engaged in engineering design, construction and land development. JMac specialises in all aspects of landscape construction including residential, commercial, industrial, public infrastructure, environmental rehabilitation and long-term care and maintenance.

    The $10 million Hercules Street Park will soon include a dog park, water play area, junior playground, village green, fitness and recreation area, picnic area and a fig garden.

  • New SpeedyCat services for Northshore

    7 months ago
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    Starting on Monday 24 September new peak-hour only SpeedyCats will provide express services for customers travelling from Northshore Hamilton to the Brisbane CBD and The University of Queensland.

    SpeedyCats will be identified by 'SpeedyCat' on the on-board destination sign and yellow flag on the back of vessels. SpeedyCat services will also be highlighted a different colour in the handheld timetables, with 'SE' showing which stops services will run express past.

    SpeedyCats will only service the following terminals (in both directions):

    • UQ St Lucia
    • West End
    • Guyatt Park
    • North Quay
    • Riverside
    • Teneriffe
    • Apollo Road
    • ...

    Starting on Monday 24 September new peak-hour only SpeedyCats will provide express services for customers travelling from Northshore Hamilton to the Brisbane CBD and The University of Queensland.

    SpeedyCats will be identified by 'SpeedyCat' on the on-board destination sign and yellow flag on the back of vessels. SpeedyCat services will also be highlighted a different colour in the handheld timetables, with 'SE' showing which stops services will run express past.

    SpeedyCats will only service the following terminals (in both directions):

    • UQ St Lucia
    • West End
    • Guyatt Park
    • North Quay
    • Riverside
    • Teneriffe
    • Apollo Road
    • Northshore Hamilton.
  • Northshore Tennis Park now open

    7 months ago
    Tennis booking

    The Northshore Tennis Park is now open. Nets are up and the courts are now available for use.

    You can book a court online through Tennis Australia's online booking system and prices start from $10.

    Once you book a court you will be sent a PIN number to access the court you have booked.


    The Northshore Tennis Park is now open. Nets are up and the courts are now available for use.

    You can book a court online through Tennis Australia's online booking system and prices start from $10.

    Once you book a court you will be sent a PIN number to access the court you have booked.


  • Construction of the Northshore Tennis Park is nearing completion

    8 months ago
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    The riverfront pop-up tennis courts are anticipated to open late August. With plenty of parking and amenities close by the new courts will be a real draw card for the local community and will provide a new connection to the waterfront.

    Anyone will be able to book the courts online for friendly social games, from individuals to community and school groups.

    Once the courts are open bookings can be made through Tennis Australian’s online booking system bookacourt.tennis.com.au Book a Court is an online court booking and payment platform. Once a court is booked online, it connects with pin pad technology...

    The riverfront pop-up tennis courts are anticipated to open late August. With plenty of parking and amenities close by the new courts will be a real draw card for the local community and will provide a new connection to the waterfront.

    Anyone will be able to book the courts online for friendly social games, from individuals to community and school groups.

    Once the courts are open bookings can be made through Tennis Australian’s online booking system bookacourt.tennis.com.au Book a Court is an online court booking and payment platform. Once a court is booked online, it connects with pin pad technology at the gate, unlocking the gate and turning on the lights when a player enters their unique booking pin.

  • 17 July 2018 What is happening at Hercules Street Park?

    9 months ago
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    As many of you are aware there has been a lot of activity happening at the Hercules Street Park site in the last six months.

    The work already undertaken is called ‘early works’ and included bulk earthworks, major drainage and relocation of trees.

    At this point in time we have released a tender to find a contractor to undertake the remainder of the park upgrade. Once the contractor is appointed you will then see further activity on site.

    We have included an up to date timeline on the right hand side of this website and we will continue to update...

    As many of you are aware there has been a lot of activity happening at the Hercules Street Park site in the last six months.

    The work already undertaken is called ‘early works’ and included bulk earthworks, major drainage and relocation of trees.

    At this point in time we have released a tender to find a contractor to undertake the remainder of the park upgrade. Once the contractor is appointed you will then see further activity on site.

    We have included an up to date timeline on the right hand side of this website and we will continue to update the community as we progress with the park upgrade.

    Please make sure you have registered on the Have your say website to receive updates on the all that is happening around the Northshore precinct.

  • 3 July 2018 Northshore works Harbour Rd

    10 months ago
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    BMD constructions, on behalf of EDQ, is upgrading the street lighting in a section of Harbour Road and Hercules Street. These works will create a more consistently lit street. Once installed, the new LED lighting will be more efficient and aesthetically pleasing including a reduction in the amount of overhead wiring.

    Where will it occur?

    View the map outlining the areas where pedestrian access will be affected during the upgrade. Please note access to properties will continue to be provided.

    When will this occur?

    Works are scheduled to commence on Monday 9 July 2018 between the standard council noise restriction...

    BMD constructions, on behalf of EDQ, is upgrading the street lighting in a section of Harbour Road and Hercules Street. These works will create a more consistently lit street. Once installed, the new LED lighting will be more efficient and aesthetically pleasing including a reduction in the amount of overhead wiring.

    Where will it occur?

    View the map outlining the areas where pedestrian access will be affected during the upgrade. Please note access to properties will continue to be provided.

    When will this occur?

    Works are scheduled to commence on Monday 9 July 2018 between the standard council noise restriction hours of 6.30 am and 6.30 pm and will continue for approximately three weeks, weather permitting.

    What will I see and hear?

    The working areas will be separated with flagging and bollards, fencing will be used if required.

    There will be plant/equipment onsite including excavators, pole removal trucks, vacuum trucks, site vehicles, concrete trucks and general machinery.

    There will be noise from reverse squawkers and general machinery noises, with the occasional louder noise when cutting posts or hammering and cutting concrete. We will aim to keep the loud noises away from early morning as best we can.

  • 22 Feb 2018 Riverfront tennis courts will be a hit at Northshore

    about 1 year ago
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    Riverfront tennis courts will be a hit at Northshore

    Brisbane’s severe shortage of tennis courts will be given a boost when the State Government unveils the city’s first riverfront pop-up tennis courts are at Northshore Hamilton in May.

    Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning Cameron Dick said the six temporary tennis courts – the result of a deal between Economic Development Queensland (EDQ) and Tennis Australia – may have the best views of any courts in Australia.

    “Brisbane has fallen behind when it comes to tennis courts and Tennis Australia research shows the city is approximately 400 courts...

    Riverfront tennis courts will be a hit at Northshore

    Brisbane’s severe shortage of tennis courts will be given a boost when the State Government unveils the city’s first riverfront pop-up tennis courts are at Northshore Hamilton in May.

    Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning Cameron Dick said the six temporary tennis courts – the result of a deal between Economic Development Queensland (EDQ) and Tennis Australia – may have the best views of any courts in Australia.

    “Brisbane has fallen behind when it comes to tennis courts and Tennis Australia research shows the city is approximately 400 courts behind the capital city average and national average,” Mr Dick said.

    “This is a great location, being right next to the Brisbane River and the recently relocated Eat Street.