Restoration of 331 Kent Street, part of a revitalisation of Maryborough’s historic Portside precinct
Council: Fraser Coast Regional Council
Fund: Regional Capital Fund
Category: Cultural, Sports and Recreational Infrastructure
This restoration and adaptive reuse of Maryborough’s historic Portside precinct will complete the development of the creative hub, providing an integrated cultural tourism experience.
The project will revitalise Maryborough’s historic Portside precinct—aiming to establish it as a recognised destination for cultural creativity, innovation and learning—and includes:
the restoration and fitout of 311 and 331 Kent Street
adaptive reuse fitout and interpretive displays at the corner of Richmond and Wharf streets
interactive interpretive display and tour assets to support new cultural tourism experiences including guided tours and sound and light experiences
interpretive public art and wayfinding infrastructure.
When complete the project will draw locals and tourists to the area and supporting local businesses, as well as conserving heritage-listed buildings.
Total project cost
* Average number of Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) jobs supported by project construction (based on Queensland Treasury's Guidelines for estimating FTE jobs directly supported by the capital works program).
Disclaimer: Information on this page may change over the life of the project. Funding amounts referenced are as approved.