10 Eagle Street is a 32 level tower located in Brisbane CBD's Financial Precinct. 10 Eagle Street enjoys a prominent position with other landmark properties such as Waterfront Place, Riparian Plaza and Comalco Place.
Designed by Peddle Thorp & Walker, this A Grade 135m office tower can be seen from most parts of the city and is known locally as 'The Gold Tower'. When the skyscraper was completed in 1977, it was Brisbane's tallest building.
A truly iconic Australian building, the floor plate is shaped like a map of Australia.
Environmentally-friendly features include energy-efficient T5 lighting and sensor lighting, and a paper and card recycling program. It has achieved a 4.5 star NABERS energy rating and 4.0 star NABERS water rating.
Level 19 offers excellent views of the Brisbane River, Story Bridge and Moreton Bay and is close to the GPO and Eagle Street Pier's restaurant precinct.
The building's extraordinary gold exterior transforms into a stunning red as the sun sets over the city.
Building occupants include CPA Australia, Adani Minding, BDO, the German honorary consulate, along with a number of reputable Law Firms.
In-house amenities include change rooms, shower, secure bike storage, dry cleaning services, onsite concierge and security.
A coffee shop is available on ground floor and secure parking underneath the building which offers early bird rates.
20 - 30 minutes by taxi from Brisbane Airport or 20 minutes via Air Train to Central station.
5-7 minute walk from Central Station.
5-7 minute walk from Central Station.
2 minute walk from Eagle Street Pier.
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10 Eagle Street is located in Brisbane's prime Financial Precinct, known as the ‘Golden Triangle’.
In a short two minutes’ walk you have all the food and drink choices of the Eagle Street Pier waterside dining. Queen Street Mall is also a short 5 minute walk for shopping. This area also boast excellent transport connections, with easy access to local and international retail outlets, entertainment venues, and banking facilities.
Servcorp offices are located on level 19 of 10 Eagle Street.
Level 19 features original pieces from renowned Australian artists Max Mannix and Pro Hart. Max Mannix paints ‘yarns’, based on his years growing up in Victorian country towns and working on cattle stations in the Queensland outback. Max's colourful depictions of country life in a light-hearted vein.
Pro Hart is considered the father of the Australian Outback painting movement, he grew up on his family’s sheep farm in Menindee, New South Wales and his works are widely admired for capturing the true spirit of the outback.