300 George Street Blogumentary
300 George Street
Brisbane, Australia
This is a blogumentatry project that is following the construction and development of the building complex planned for 300 George Street, Brisbane, with the aim of capturing the history from demolition of the old court building to the final completion of the three new towers.
300 George Street Brisbane is the site for Brisbane Quarter and W Hotel, Brisbane.
This blog is in no way affiliated with the developer, leasing agents or any businesses planned to operate at 300 George Street Brisbane.

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Recent Posts

Final update for 300 George Street

August 2018 Updates

July 2018 Updates

June 2018 Updates

May 2018 Updates

April 2018 Updates

March 2018 Updates

February 2018 Updates

January 2018 Updates

December 2017 updates

Remaining photos and updates for November 2017

Some cool shots from up high

Links to past time lapse videos

Reducing the frequency of updates and content on this Blog

Updates between 20th of November and 24th of November

Updates between 13th of November and 17th of November

Updates between 6th of November and 10th of November

Updates between 23rd of October and 3rd of November

A new crane installed at the commercial building site

Updates between 16th of October and 20th of October

Official Pages

300 George Brisbane
Brisbane Quarter
Brookfield Multiplex
Brisbane Development

300 George or 304 George?

Just read a news article on Brisbane Times titled Council to give $800m George Street redevelopment the green light and it seems there is some confusion about the actual address of this development. They are not the only confused, Google Maps seems to have no clue where 300 George St actually is!

Going from what Street View has, the courts have number 304 at the front.

This is also confirmed on the maps…

But what if we try to put in "300 George Street" in maps instead?

The results are quite surprising!

Looks like Google Maps have no idea where that address actually is!

Confusing? Well, it gets better…Apple Maps puts the address into the correct location. Go figure.


Wed Dec 4 01:48:48 2013