Brisbane International Cruise Terminal
International Cruise Terminal
Port of Brisbane, Australia
Port of Brisbane is an economic powerhouse for Queensland. Thanks this new international cruise terminal, the port can now cater for larger cruise ships and international travel. The new, world-class $177 million International Cruise Terminal in Brisbane is due to open later in 2020, and around 180 cruise ships are scheduled to call during its first season in 2020/21.
The new cruise terminal has been designed to cater for the biggest cruise ships in the world and give passengers a world-class experience. Becoming a gateway to the richness of our region, helping to showcase all that south-east Queensland has to offer. The port will also become a vital pillar in the tourism economy of Brisbane and will provide a massive boost for tourism in southern Queensland.
It is also estimated that within 20 years it would have tippled Brisbane’s tourism economy to:
- support 3,750 jobs
- bring over 760,000 visitors annually
- contribute $1.3 billion in net expenditure into the Brisbane economy
- Provide travelers with a world-class cruise experience right here in Brisbane!
- Dramatically boost the economy