Back To ProjectsBrisbane International Cruise Terminal (BICT)
CPM was appointed by Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd (PBPL) in their development of a new $158 million cruise facility for Brisbane and South-east Queensland near the mouth of the Brisbane River at Luggage Point.
The proposed facility will be able to cater to cruise vessels of all sizes and will also enable mega ships—vessels longer than 270m—to utilise Brisbane as a base port, transforming the city into a major cruise destination. The new facility will grow the number of international and domestic cruise visitors to Brisbane, significantly boosting the local and state economies and providing the cruise industry with a dedicated facility.
The project includes construction of a new deep water berth, terminal building, twin all weather boarding passenger bridges, car parking and transport set down areas.
PBPL’s new purpose built Cruise Terminal proposal was approved by the Queensland Government under the Market Lead Proposal (MLP) Assessment Framework in October 2017. On completion of the MLP process, PBPL has undertaken further planning and technical investigations, progressed Detailed Design and engineering work and continue to liaise closely with key stakeholders. Currently the project is in procurement phase for all major packages of Works.
March 2017 to Mid-2020
Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd (PBPL)