Elizabeth Quay

Elizabeth Quay

Elizabeth Quay is the centrepiece of a bold plan by the State Government to revitalise our city and embrace one of Perth's best natural assets - the Swan River. 

This $2.6billion project will provide new opportunties for Western Australians to live, work, dine, relax and entertain by the water.  Featuring a stunning inlet connected by 1.5km of continuous boardwalks and promenades, the project will deliver great public spaces, new hotel and short stay accommodation and contemporary inner city residential options. A bridge at the entrance to the inlet will lead to an island featuring winding paths, kiosk, children's playground and spectacular views back to the city.

Elizabeth Quay is expected to create more than 1,600 jobs during construction and be a future workplace for more that 10,000 people. When complete, Elizabeth Quay will attract more than 4million visitors each year and will be a place where people gather by the river to work, live and celebrate occasions big and small. 

Media gallery

  • Elizabeth Quay Aerial View Image
    Aerial View
  • Elizabeth Quay - The Island, view south west
    The Island, view south west
  • Elizabeth Quay - night view, south east from Station Park
    Night view, south east from Station Park
  • Elizabeth Quay - Revitalised Barrack Street Jetty
    Revitalised Barrack Street Jetty
  • Elizabeth Quay - Station Park
    Station Park
  • Elizabeth Quay - Station Park at height
    Station Park at height
  • Riverside Drive Current vs Future, east to west
    Riverside Drive Current vs Future, east to west
  • Riverside Drive Current vs Future, west to east
    Riverside Drive Current vs Future, west to east
  • Pedestrian bridge to the gallery
    Pedestrian bridge to the gallery
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New Riverside Drive Route

A 300m section of Riverside Drive between Barrack and William streets has been diverted to enable the construction of the Elizabeth Quay inlet over the next 18-months.  It will also prioritise pedestrian access to the precinct rather than commuter access through the city.  Watch the video to learn more about the new Riverside Drive route. 

Delivery Phases

  1. Planning.
  2. Forward works to prepare for construction of the inlet commenced April 2012.
  3. First development lots for hotel/residential development released to market September 2012.
  4. Major works to construct the inlet, future development lots and public spaces commence September 2013.
  5. Changes to Riverside Drive take effect January 2014.
  6. Bund broken - water flows into inlet mid-2015.
  7. Completion of $20million revitalisation of Barrack Street Jetty late 2014.
  8. Completion of inlet and public realm spring 2015.

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