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Will & Flow Is Treasury Brisbane's Soon-to-Open New Overwater Bar Near the Goodwill Bridge

It's the Treasury's first venue outside of its two heritage-listed buildings on George Street — and it opens in November.
By Sarah Ward
October 20, 2020
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Will & Flow Is Treasury Brisbane's Soon-to-Open New Overwater Bar Near the Goodwill Bridge

It's the Treasury's first venue outside of its two heritage-listed buildings on George Street — and it opens in November.
By Sarah Ward
October 20, 2020
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Whether for a drink, a bite to eat, a stint at the casino or to spend the night, heading to Treasury Brisbane has always involved heading to two neighbouring George Street spots. Until this November, that is — with the inner-city venue branching out to a third location perched over the Brisbane river.

Called Will & Flow, the new bar will mark Treasury's first off-site location, although it won't be far from its casino and adjacent hotel. Brisbanites can expect to mosey down to the Queen's Wharf precinct, where the overwater watering hole will sit between the QUT Gardens Point CityCat stop and the Goodwill Bridge.

The site will serve up drinks and food, and host events — all with views over the river to South Bank. Both indoor and outdoor seating will be a feature, and the latter is likely to be mighty popular. That said, in line with current social-distancing requirements, visitors won't have too much company to start with, with the bar catering to 45 seated patrons or up to 70 standing up cocktail-style when it launches.

While we know Will & Flow's exact opening date (November 20), its menu details are yet to be revealed; however, it will be doing coffees during the day and cocktails after work.

The overwater bar is the second to open in Brisbane's inner city in the past couple of years, following Mr Percival's over at Howard Smith Wharves — aka the last big new precinct to open its doors.

Find Will & Flow in the Queen's Wharf precinct, between the QUT Gardens Point CityCat stop and the Goodwill Bridge, from Friday, November 20.

Images: renders of Will & Flow.

Published on October 20, 2020 by Sarah Ward

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