Queensland’s premier business park
Brisbane Technology Park is the largest and most prestigious business park in Queensland.
Originally a Queensland Government initiative to foster the growth of and collaboration between companies in knowledge-based industries, the location is now home to over 200 companies employing in excess 10,000 people, with a further 40,000sqm in prime office space for lease to be delivered in the next ten years.
Spread over 33 hectares and located at the junction of South-East Queensland’s three major motorways, Brisbane Technology Park is a 15 minute drive from Brisbane CBD.More About BTP
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Brisbane Technology Park Master Plan
Brisbane Technology Park boasts over 45 commercial office buildings, BTP Conference Centre, Quest Hotel, Anytime Fitness gym and a variety of casual eateries and business support services. Westfield Garden City shopping centre is situated nearby and it is only 15 minutes to the Brisbane CBD.full master plan
In response to growing global demand for its endovascular stent grafts, Cook Medical Australia is increasing the manufacturing capacity of its state-of-the-art Brisbane Technology Park facility by nearly 70 percent with the addition of an afternoon production shift. Cook Medical Australia Brisbane Technology Park Facility Recruitment is underway for an additional 94 full-time employees who, once fully trained, will take the total number...
Every month new businesses join the BTP community. This month we spoke to spoke to Andre Beeson, State Manager (QLD and NT) of the Presidian Group. Andre Beeson, State Manager, Presidian Group What does the Presidian Group specialise in? The Presidian Group of companies is comprised of a range of financial services companies that offer products to both the B2B and B2C markets, including finance brokerage, salary packaging, novated...
The 2018 Gaming Event calendar is well underway and bigger than ever, BTP Eight Mile Plains residents Retail Marketing Group once again had the front row seats thanks to their work with Intel, their OEM partners and the Australian Computing and Gaming retail channel. Intel Extreme Masters Sydney 2017 Australian gamers spent $3.23 billion on all things gaming in 2017 according to new figures released by the Interactive Games and...