Brisbane Casino Tower

Why Invest in Brisbane?

Reasons to Invest in Brisbane – A New World City

Median House Prices

MEDIAN HOUSE PRICES are expected to rise by 17% over the next three years to 2017.

Rental Yields

With an average in inner city Brisbane of 5.9% compared to Melbourne (4.7%) and Sydney (4.3%).

The Population

Brisbane is set to double to 4.6 MILLION BY 2031, up from 2.2 million today.


Capital and Third most populous city in the Australian state of Queensland


Queensland is forecast to grow by 6% through 2015-2016.


Spending over the past ten years was 75% HIGHER than the average of other states.

The Project

Designed to offer its residents the ultimate in terms of lifestyle, location and finishes, Brisbane Casino Towers exemplifies the spirit of innovation and adventure that characterises Brisbane’s ongoing evolution. Located on Hope Street, South Brisbane, just a short walk from the heart of the CBD, Brisbane Casino Towers is truly an address worthy of its place in the limelight. From the moment you arrive at Brisbane Casino Towers, it’s hard to ignore the tower’s air of prosperity and success. Continue on through the illuminated entry and you are greeted by a flawlessly designed, 5 star lobby. With accents of neutral tones and sleek modern lines, Brisbane Casino Towers impresses upon all who enter that this is the future of inner city living.
Greater connectivity can only enhance life in Brisbane’s rich cultural heartland. Here, within walking distance of your door, you’ll find GOMA, the Queensland Art Gallery and Museum, QPAC, State Library, Southbank’s leisure and entertainment precinct and nearly 300 cafes, restaurants and bars. To reach anywhere further afield, residents have immediate access to river, bus, rail and arterial road connections. No other location in Brisbane can lay claim to this mix of connectivity, proximity to the CBD and abundance of lifestyle options. It truly is a setting fit for a king or queen.
How will you play your investment hand in the coming years? If it’s long term growth and enduring appeal you’re after, South Brisbane is certainly a suburb to closely consider. As an area offering the key investment attributes of proximity to key employment nodes, quality of lifestyle and relative affordability, South Brisbane is understandably one of Brisbane’s most popular catchments in which to invest. Demand for quality rentals is high in the area, with Gen Y professionals representing the largest constituent of those drawn to South Brisbane’s inner urban appeal – in particular its proximity to the CBD and many lifestyle attractions and amenities. With a new footbridge planned, connecting the Queen’s Wharf precinct with South Brisbane and 4 billion dollars recently invested into the area’s infrastructure network.
On Brisbane Casino Towers’ recreational deck, it’s not unusual for the working day that lies behind you and the evening that lies ahead, to simply melt away. Here on the resident’s-only recreation deck you can carve out some time for rest and relaxation, whether it’s with a few refreshing laps in the infinity edge pool, a soak in the spa, or just reclining and taking in the glorious city view. Or, if you prefer to re-invigorate before a big night on the town, a well equipped gymnasium and sauna both provide ideal opportunities to turn up the heat and get the heart pumping.On weekends you’ll find that the deck’s BBQ facilities provide the perfect setting for some alfresco entertaining, or just a great place to unwind in the sun. Whatever your pace of life and however you like to relax, the fabulous onsite facilities at Brisbane Casino Towers are designed to accommodate you.

Location Map


  • GOMA
  • State Library of QLD
  • QLD Museum
  • QLD Preforming Arts Centre
  • South Bank Parklands
  • Brisbane Convention Centre


  • South Brisbane Train Station
  • Go Between Bridge
  • William Jolly Bridge
  • Kurilpa Bridge
  • Victoria Bridge
  • Goodwill Bridge
  • Pacific Motorway


  • Kangaroo Point Cliffs
  • QUT Garden Point
  • Treasury Casino
  • Suncorp Stadium
  • Roma Street Station
  • Brisbane Transit Centre
  • Roma Street Parklands
  • The Gabba

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