Queens Place is situated at the verge of Flagstaff Hill— Melbourne’s highest point. From this elevated position on historic Queens Street, the soaring, distinctive forms of its twin towers will become a prominent feature on the CBD skyline.Get in touch
Queens Place address puts you at the centre of all its key areas and attractions—the education precinct, home to Melbourne University and RMIT University; major sporting stadiums; the medical precinct; arts and entertainment venues—all are only minutes from your door thanks to the city’s efficient public transport systemAbout us
Closer still is the city’s retail precinct. A two-minute walk puts you at the entry to 188,000 square metres of indoor shopping malls and department stores—all of them connected—including Melbourne Central, Emporium, Myer and David Jones; a total of just under 2,000 individual retailers.Contact us
Also a two-minute walk from Queens Place, the farm fresh produce, bustling food halls, shops and traders of the historic Queen Victoria Market: the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere.Get in touch
No matter where you are in Melbourne, you'll find peaceful lush green spaces not far away. To the north of Queens Place are Carlton Gardens, to the east are Treasury and Fitzroy Gardens, and to the south are Birrarung Marr Park and the Royal Botanic Gardens by the river. Just across the street, you can reach the picturesque Flagstaff GardensContact us
Like all the great cities of the world, Melbourne is exceptionally well planned. Not only its grid-like central business district, but also in the organisation of its various precincts.