Central Plaza One occupies arguably one of the most outstanding commercial sites in the Brisbane CBD.
The site is prominently located in the heart of the "Golden Triangle" and is bounded by Queen Street, Creek Street, and Eagle Lane. In the immediate surroundings of the site is the Queensland Head Office of every major Australian trading bank and other foreign banks operating in Brisbane. The site lies midway between the Stock Exchange and the General Post Office and between Central Railway Station and the main Ferry Terminal.
Central Plaza One occupies the corner of Queen and Creek Streets and has service access from Eagle Lane, and is prominently located in the heart of the "Golden Triangle".
The dominance of this site is demonstrated by the profile of private and public sector corporations and/or service companies that have selected Central Plaza One as their Brisbane address eg Herbert Smith Freehills, St George Bank, Exxon Mobil, Jones Lang LaSalle,Macquarie Bank, AAMI, McInnes Wilson Lawyers and Pitcher Partners to name a few.
Conveniently located close to restaurants, clubs, cafes and within short walking distance to the Marriot, Stamford, Sheraton and Hilton International Hotels.
The Queen Street Mall and associated retail facilities are located one block to the south.This aspect coupled with the public transport facilities in all adjoining streets, offer staff all the necessary conveniences and adds to the total appeal of Central Plaza One as the most desirable business address.
Central Plaza One has abundant undercover carparking, housing 259 bays across 4 basement levels. Entry to Central Plaza is via Eagle Lane, which is accessible from three directions, namely: Creek, Eagle and Queen Streets. The car park is operated by Secure Parking.
The carpark is manned from 7:00 am - 6:00 pm Monday to Friday by attendants who are available to assist the needs of tenants and visitors. Contact phone number – 3232 2800.
Bus and Train Services
The TransInfo phone service 13 12 30 provides callers with information about public transport options for the cost of a local call. This service operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Alternatively, for more information on bus and train timetables for getting to and from Central Plaza One refer to the TransInfo website.
City Ferries and City Cats
CityCats travel between Hamilton and St Lucia, stopping at the City and other key locations along the way. Operating seven days a week they are an ideal way of getting around Brisbane's CBD.
Brisbane Transport operates a range of river transport services to cater for the travel needs of recreational travellers and commuters. The Inner City and Cross River ferry services compliment the CityCat service and offer an easy way of getting to Central Plaza One.
For timetable details and sector maps, refer to the TransInfo website.