Project Property Sales | Panorama

Bowen Hills, Brisbane

Welcome to Panorama. 


Panorama has been designed to suit the elevated lifestyle of its residents. It is a building designed to be lived in and enjoyed.


A building designed to be desirable. An enviable address.


A property in demand. Demand to rent. Demand to own.


The highlife to aspire to. 


A residence you can call home.


Communal Facilites

The Laneway on ground level provides residents with essential retail and dining services.

Panorama Retreat exclusive resort level including 25m pool, hydrotherapy pool, zen garden & BBQ. Skydeck on Level 26 offers outdoor cinema, kitchen and panoramic views. Laneway with cafes & shops in a leafy setting.

Apartment Features


  • Ducted air-conditioning to all apartments 

  • Premium appliances - Bosch 

  • Sleek timber tile flooring 

  • Built in study desks or Multi Purpose Rooms 

  • Broadband cabling for high speed internet access 

  • Large window and door openings for excellent natural light and ventilation 

  • Generally 2.55m ceiling height to living and bedroom areas (lower in kitchen and bathrooms with bulkheads) 

  • Floor to floor security access 

  • Audio intercom from building entry points to individual apartments 

  • On-site building management 

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More than $20 Billion of Infrastructure & Investment 


The Brisbane Showgrounds, located in Bowen Hills, will be one of Brisbane’s most significant regeneration projects. The project, staged over a development period of 15 years will offer a range of uses, including residential, open spaces, commercial office, retail (food and beverage) and hotel accommodation. The end product will be vibrant mixed use urban village, providing the surrounding catchment with a new level of lifestyle amenity. 


The Cross-River Rail will include a 10.2km rail line between Dutton Park and Bowen Hills, with a 5.9km tunnel under the Brisbane River and CBD. There will be four new inner-city stations at Boggo Road, Woolloongabba, Albert Street and Roma Street and an upgrade of the Exhibition station. The Cross-River Rail will connect the northern and southern rail networks, providing significant benefits for commuters, improving reliability and increasing accessibility to the Brisbane CBD. The Queensland State Government has committed to fully fund the project with expected completion by 2024. 


Kingsford Smith Drive upgrade will include increasing capacity from four to six lanes to reduce the travel time between Hamilton and Brisbane CBD. As a key component of Brisbane City Council’s Transport Plan for Brisbane, the project will deliver improved safety, public transport facilities and active transport faculties. The project is expected to complete in 2019 and is integral to the successful integration and accessibility of Northshore Hamilton. 

Contact Agent

Jon Mordue

0412 554 018

Daniel Kao

0408 233 615

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