South Brisbane

Lifestyle

An iconic design that melds with the urban environment, blurring the line between indoors and out. Large balconies and glass walls with modern, spacious living areas feature in one, two and three-bedroom apartments, make Opera the first choice residential address in South Brisbane.

Opera is a complete lifestyle building, designed by award-winning architects, Paul Fairweather and Tony Jemmott. The building features a sophisticated lobby and meeting area, restaurants and café, a sky garden and alfresco dining area, and a resort-style infinity pool that appears to lap out and over the building to stunning city views.

If you're ever tired of shopping, then choose from a wide range of markets each day of the week:  www.mustdobrisbane.com/shop/markets 

South Brisbane

Views

Opera gives you the best seat in the house. Every apartment features a private balcony designed to hide you from neighbours and the street, but opening to stunning views of the city or rolling green Southbank park-lands.

 The rooftop terrace gives the best views in Brisbane: in the foreground - the Convention & Exhibition Centre, while in the background – an uninterrupted city skyline, horizon-length views to the side, The Wheel of Brisbane, emerald green Musgrave Park to the right, from one of Brisbane’s most beautiful spots.

South Bank

Living

South Bank is Brisbane’s premier lifestyle and cultural destination. Located on the southern banks of the Brisbane River, across from the busy business and shopping centre, it is open 365 days a year and attracts an estimated 11 million visitors annually.

South Bank stretches for over two kilometers from the Queensland Art Gallery and the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) in the north to the Queensland Maritime Museum in the south and is famous for its diverse mix of entertainment, recreation and leisure activities that are all within walking distance of each other.  Just some of the precinct’s highlights include 17 hectares of inner-city parklands; more than 90 restaurants, cafes, bars and boutiques; world-class museums and galleries; a performing arts centre; a cinema; five-star hotels and serviced apartments.

South Bank is also home to hundreds of events each year and is continually evolving to create new and exciting experiences for locals and visitors alike. In 2016, South Bank also became one of seven parks in Australia to receive the Green Flag Award, for its excellence as a green space.

Walk Everywhere

Convenience

Bathe in the morning sunlight after a few laps in the rooftop terrace infinity pool at Opera South Brisbane apartments and minutes later, with a piping hot latte, you’re ready for the working day.  Cruise to the office on a CityCat or the free City Hopper, or hop on a train or stroll over Victoria Bridge to Queen Street Mall and the CBD.

At lunchtime, roll out a picnic blanket overlooking Southbank’s beach, stretch your legs on winding river paths as a free concert plays. After work, catch up with friends over a Shiraz at the Stokehouse before taking your preferred seat at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre’s latest production. Sundays begin with yoga on the lush lawns of Musgrave Park before an art fix at GOMA.

After brunch at Bacchus, the diverse Southbank lifestyle weekend markets and a little window shopping, or watch a movie in Grey Street and linger on as dusk reveals the city lights – a perfect backdrop as you return home. Dinner in Southbank or West End? You can walk to a different restaurant literally every single night for a year - and still have more to try!