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Eagle Street Pier Ferry Wharf

The Riverside Centre and Eagle Street Pier in Brisbane, Australia forms part of the prestigious financial district within the Brisbane central business district. This is where you will find the Brisbane Stock Exchange.

Both the Riverside Center and Eagle Street Pier have wharves and are popular stops for day-trippers on a Brisbane CityCat or ferry. The Brisbane CityCat stops at the Riverside Centre while the Brisbane CityCat Inner City Route includes Eagle Street Pier. The Cross River Ferry also has regular services between Thornton Street wharf, Eagle Street Pier and Holman Street wharf.

Many Brisbane locals and visitors enjoying a Sunday out on the Brisbane River will stop at these wharves to enjoy the popular Riverside Craft Markets. People travel from all over the city to take part in these charming markets, full of original and unique products.

While you're visiting the markets, there is no shortage of great food! Eagle Street Pier restaurants are famous for being the finest in Brisbane dining. Pier restaurants are the most highly awarded restaurants in Australia. More importantly, their great-tasting cuisine combined with the delightful atmosphere offers you a wonderful experience you are sure to remember.

Just a short walk along the river's boardwalk is the beautiful Customs House. This building is owned by The University of Queensland and used as an educational, cultural and heritage facility. Customs House is unmistakable with its majestic Corinthian columns. Inside, there is an art gallery and a licensed restaurant, along with the most elegant ballroom that will take you back to yesteryear.

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