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Riverfire picnic in style at Brisbane's new CBD dining precinct, 480 Queen

Looking to take on Riverfire 2017 with kids? Brisbane's new CBD dining precinct, 480 Queen has a solution!

Located in the heart of the Brisbane CBD with spectacular views of the Brisbane River & Story Bridge, 480 Queen is the ideal location to witness all that Riverfire 2017 has in-store.

480 Queen invites the community to make use of the public park area, The Parkland, located on level four of the building this Riverfire. Enjoy a space above and away from all of the crowds, a location where kids will be able to roam and enjoy the festivities freely. Get family and friends together, pack up a picnic and enjoy one of the best vantage points for the fireworks.

As a 1,400 square metre park, The Parkland was designed as a restful meeting place located on Level Four. Providing views to the Brisbane River & Story Bridge, as well as to and from St. Johns Cathedral, The Parkland is the perfect place to take in all that Riverfire 2017 has to offer.

With the newly opened Bar OTTO also located on Level Four, this is the perfect opportunity to enjoy a cheeky cocktail and perhaps some delicious food as well.

What’s more, park easily this Riverfire at 480 Queen with Secure Parking’s $15 weekend flat- rate parking.

A unique and exciting environment, 480 Queen is home to the iconic OTTO Ristorante and the newly opened Bar OTTO. Located in the Adelaide and Queen Street Lobby’s lie Necta Espresso Bar and Terra Firma Bistro. Venture to the level-two food precinct and one will find Shuji Sushi, Taro’s Ramen and Jimmy Rod’s Barbershop. Also housed within the building is cutting-edge gym F1rst Class Fitness.

As well as fantastic food & beverage offerings, 480 Queen also boasts exciting on-site spaces and facilities including the Ravine - a connection between the Queen and Adelaide Streets featuring a stunning 350 square metre artwork by Queensland-born artist Danie Mellor.