The development of Southpoint will bring brand new dining and retail options to South Bank from February 1, 2017. Consuming more than two levels, Southpoint will sit directly under Flight Centre’s new global headquarters, and will offer a mix of casual and formal dining along with fresh food.

Burger Project will be amongst the new selection of restaurants, launched by celebrity chef, Neil Perry. The venue will offer outdoor and indoor dining, breakfast, lunch and dinner options as well as a selection of alcoholic beverages. The eatery has grown to six operations in Sydney, and two in Melbourne, but this will be the first of two Brisbane-based ventures for Perry.

Coffee connoisseur, Sebastian Butler-White, will be extending his Pourboy Espresso operation on Wharf Street with Pourboy. Catering for diners of all kinds, the space will offer a range of brews, breakfast, lunch and evening menus and outdoor seating. For those looking for an evening respite, Pourboy will also operate as a wine bar, tempting guests with an array of boutique wines and beers.

John and Frankie Nguyen will open the fourth of their local institution, Mrs Luu’s Vietnamese Canteen, where they will continue to serve their cult classic French-Viet Banh Mi along with a selection of freshly made food.

Lastly, Stone Artisan will create another fantastic feeding spot, owned and run by husband and wife artisan bakers Brad and Megan Clapham.

Anthony John Group Managing Director Tony John said that Southpoint will provide a complimentary mix of retail to suit Southbank’s current offering in a singular location. “We are creating a village style atmosphere that supports an upmarket destination appeal with a balanced blend of neighbourhood services and food in one central location. Southpoint’s retail precinct is well placed to capitalise on the robust market characteristics of the South Brisbane catchment, as well as being located in a leading tourist destination that boasts over 10 milllion visitors per annum.”