Living at Queens Riverside you’ll be in good company. This 40-hectare Riverside project is made up of a number of precincts such as Waterbank and Hillside, each with its own unique characteristics. All with a collective desire to create a world-class destination. Along with existing destinations such as the WACA, Trinity College and Queens Gardens, Riverside will feature a stunning new inlet with a natural beach, finger wharves and landscaped boardwalks with cafes, bars and a host of recreational options, all just a stroll away.
Design & Architecture
Featuring beautifully landscaped open links, spectacular water features and gardens, and a European-inspired piazza that flows seamlessly between the four buildings, the design of the Queens Riverside development celebrates the unique beauty of the Swan River, the native parklands and reserves and the cultural heritage of the site. This natural beauty combined with the history and tradition of the land is also reflected in the five vibrant public artworks created by local artisans that are permanently on display throughout Queens Riverside for all to enjoy.
The buildings of Queens Riverside have also incorporated a number of energy saving initiatives including;
The Perth CAT (Central Area Transit) bus service, is a convenient and free bus service that takes you around the city or beyond. With everything you need close by:
Queens Riverside is for spoiling yourself. For catching the lift to the fourth floor Pool Deck in QIII. Queens Riverside is for long cool drinks by the outdoor heated pool. For sinking into one of two Japanese-style alfresco hot tubs. Watching the passing parade of boats on the Swan River. Queens Riverside is for poolside barbeques with friends. For a good book and a BLT. Or working off the cobwebs with a workout in the gym.