Treasury Brisbane is launching the city’s newest overwater bar on north bank of the river. With a nod to the nearby Goodwill Bridge and the flow of the longest river in South East Queensland, Treasury Brisbane will open its first bespoke off-property venue on 20 November – a stunning overwater bar on the north bank of the Brisbane River.

Will & Flow will be the inaugural bar, dining, and events destination Treasury Brisbane has developed outside of its classic heritage buildings, and is part of the riverfront revitalisation program for the transformational Queen’s Wharf Brisbane project. Located in a custom-designed waterfront venue, Will & Flow is situated between the QUT Gardens Point ferry terminal and the QUT-end of the Goodwill Bridge.

Treasury Brisbane COO Kelvin Dodt said the sophisticated venue was an exciting on-the-water addition to the food, beverage, and event space offerings delivered by the iconic entertainment destination inside its historic sandstone premises. “Will & Flow offers a spectacular riverfront location within our game-changing Queen’s Wharf Brisbane precinct, uniquely connected to some of our completed public realm areas and designed to embrace our city’s subtropical, outdoor lifestyle,” Mr Dodt said.

Before the venue opened, he said, “Next month, we’ll be proud to launch Will & Flow for locals and visitors alike who can unwind in the city’s newest overwater bar, looking out towards the iconic arts and cultural precinct of South Bank, and/or book for a range of events or celebrations. Will & Flow features a sleek and breezy design, offering indoor and outdoor seating for guests, and the chance to soak up the best of Brisbane all-year round.

“Whether you’re craving a craft-brewed coffee after a walk, a delicious cocktail after work, or looking to book a gorgeous waterfront venue for that special occasion, Will & Flow has got you covered.”

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