South Bank Corporation (SBC) has always held the philosophy that if the locals are catered for, visitors will follow.
South Bank is host to several food precincts geared to different demographics within the greater precinct. Each aligns with the various demographics in appearance, location and price point to accommodate the broad local community and visitors alike. See available tenancies.
The following intentions have guided our retail strategy over the past several years across the specific precincts:
The Plaza acts as a meeting point at South Bank for younger people and local students.
Lined with fast casual choices, these offers are positioned between the over-the-counter Parklands offerings and seated experiences at Little Stanley and Grey Streets.
The mix within the Stanley Street Plaza includes Max Brenner, Nitrogenie, Nando's and Burger Urge, etc.
A mid-market contemporary dining strip comprising of multicultural cafés, restaurants, and bars.
The concept's aim is to deliver unique, fun experiences and engaging fit-out and design.
The mix includes Harajuku Gyoza, Zeus Street Greek, Bourbon Street and Mucho Mexicano, to name a few.
The South Bank Parklands offers an array of price accessible over-the-counter offers for the younger demographic, families 'on the go' and Parklands visitors looking for a quick bite to eat.
The retail mix includes Boost Juice, Cold Rock and Subway.
A premier dining precinct focusing on quality through food, fit-out, atmosphere and unrivalled views of Brisbane City — only seconds away from the Goodwill Bridge.
The target market is working professionals, culinary enthusiasts and cultural participants.
The restaurant mix at River Quay includes Stokehouse Q, Aquitaine, Popolo, The Jetty, and River Quay Fish.