Located on the banks of the Swan River in East Perth, the 40-hectare Riverside project is transforming the city’s eastern gateway.
Riverside will be a cosmopolitan waterfront community and tourist destination with a range of entertainment, commercial, retail, civic and residential uses that take advantage of its unique location.
Bordered by Adelaide Terrace and the Causeway to the south, the project will integrate with sporting and educational icons such as the WACA, Gloucester Park and Trinity College.
As part of the Riverside project, the flagship Waterbank precinct will be a fantastic area for West Australians to enjoy with a public beach on the river, boardwalks, parkland areas, public art, barbecue and picnic facilities and a direct connection from Hay Street to the Swan River.
Creating new connections and catering for the growing number of people who will live, work and socialise in the Riverside area is an important part of the project. Some short term road diversions will be required while new roads and services are constructed. See the works update page for further details. The project has been planned around people and the growing needs of Perth. Riverside will have quality public transport facilities and a street and building layout that supports walking and cycling.
- Concept master planning - complete
- Queens Riverside Fraser Suites Perth - opened October 2012/li>
- Queens Riverside QIII – completed September 2014
- Lot 101 Hay Street – released to market 2014
- Expected commencement of construction on the Waterbank site – 2016
- Expected commencement of construction on the Lot 101 Hay Street site – 2016
- Expected completion of Waterbank site - 2022
- Expected completion of Riverside project - 2020 onwards