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Treasury Brisbane is set to launch a bespoke overwater bar at the Queen’s Wharf precinct

With a nod to the nearby Goodwill Bridge and the flow of the longest river in South East Queensland, Treasury Brisbane is proud to open its first bespoke off-property venue next month – a stunning overwater bar on the north bank of the Brisbane River, Will & Flow.

Will & Flow offers a spectacular riverfront location for locals and visitors alike to unwind over the Brisbane River. The sleek and breezy venue features seamless indoor and outdoor seating, giving guests a chance to soak up the best of Brisbane all-year round. Will & Flow boasts panoramic views of the Brisbane River, the Goodwill Bridge, and the adjacent arts and cultural precinct of South Bank.

Will & Flow outdoor deck facing river

With its bespoke design and undisturbed views, Will & Flow is the perfect location to sip on a craft-brewed coffee after a walk, a delicious cocktail after work, or host a gorgeous waterfront event. “People will be able to create unforgettable memories in the stylish and panoramic outdoor river setting or relax in the intimate and exquisite atmosphere of our indoor boutique bar,” Treasury Brisbane COO Kelvin Dodlt explains. 

Will & Flow outdoors deck facing river 2

As a result of current social-distancing restrictions, Will & Flow will be able to initially cater for up to 45 guests seated and up to 70 guests cocktail-style. With the festive season fast approaching, this waterfront venue will be the perfect location for friends, families, work colleagues, and other kindred groups to celebrate in a safe and vibrant atmosphere.

Will & Flow entrance

This custom-designed waterfront venue is nestled between the QUT Gardens Point ferry terminal and the QUT-end of the Goodwill Bridge as part of the new $3.6 billion Queen’s Wharf precinct. This venue will be the inaugural bar, dining, and events destination Treasury Brisbane has developed outside of it’s classic heritage buildings and is set to open its doors to the public on the 20th of November.

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Ashleigh Holland
From Townsville, to Mackay, and now located in Brisbane, Ashleigh is the poster girl for the Queensland life-style; an avid beach-goer, water-sport enthusiast, wine aficionado, and camping queen. After catching the writing bug at an early age she has since lived in Bali for an extensive journalism program, studied a bachelor of Mass Communications, and contributed to a variety of lifestyle publications over the years. And she will take a soy flat white to go, thanks!

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