These are the most popular areas in which to rent office space:
Brisbane’s CBD is situated on the northern bank of the Brisbane River, which lends itself to spectacular views, and is populated by a number of skyscrapers, iconic buildings and parks. Within the CBD is an area known as the Golden Triangle, the central hub of Brisbane’s financial district. Other industries populating the CBD include law and mining. The CBD is well connected by public transport – buses stop at Queen Street Bus Station and King George Square bus station, train routes connect at Central railway station and Roma Street railway station, and ferries operate along the Brisbane River. There are also four bridges connecting the CBD to the southern bank, and the Brisbane Riverwalk is ideal for those who cycle or walk to work. Finally, the area is served by excellent local amenities, with restaurants, bars, shopping centers, cultural attractions and some of the city’s best restaurants.
Fortitude Valley, one of Brisbane’s most dynamic commercial developments, is located immediately north-east of Brisbane’s CBD. The area possesses a lively dining and retail quarter, and is home to many businesses from the IT and creative industries. It's served by Fortitude Valley railway station, as well as buses, taxis and Brisbane's major arterial road networks. Fortitude Valley is growing rapidly as a hub for corporate headquarters, including QT Mutual Bank, Vodafone, Puma Energy and Nando's, Australia.
West End is a growing creative district in southern Brisbane, and contains the head offices of some of Queensland’s main arts organizations. There are many public transport options nearby including bus, ferry and train stations, and it's only a short drive from the CBD. The area is known for its many cafés, restaurants and specialist grocery stores, with shopping centerd around Boundary Street. There is also a strong industrial presence in the West End, owing to the factories along the riverbank.
Toowong is situated about five kilometres west of the CBD. In the center of this suburb is a commercial area known as Toowong Village, which includes a number of modern office buildings, and has developed into a prestigious shopping and dining precinct. The area is a major transport hub, as most bus and train routes from the western suburbs pass through Toowong. It's also connected via ferry, several main roads, and two main bicycle paths. Toowong is a bustling retail hub, with major stores from almost every retail category including jewellery, groceries, fashion, travel and homeware.
*Last updated 1 June 2015