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The Precinct

The Precinct (formally referred to as the Startup Precinct) brings together Queensland startups, incubators, investors and mentors under the one roof to help foster collaboration and build a thriving entrepreneurial culture.

The Precinct is located in the historic T.C. Beirne Building in the heart of Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley. The building was constructed in the Brunswick Street Mall in 1902 by architect Robin Dods.

The Precinct provides:

  • office space for emerging entrepreneurs and startups
  • startup accelerator and incubator programs with River City Labs as a key tenant
  • connections with CSIRO’s Data61 as a foundation partner
  • investor and venture capital presence
  • international ‘soft landing’ space
  • space for startups to engage with customers and investors
  • space for co-working and events.

The Queensland Government has worked with the startup and entrepreneurial sector in the design and location of The Precinct to create a model that meets the needs of the community.

The Precinct is an innovation hub for Queensland, with digital and physical links to innovation centres and accelerators around the state.

The Precinct aims to encourage a new wave of startups and will position Queensland as an attractive investment destination with a strong innovation and entrepreneurial culture.

Find out more about The Precinct's foundation tenants.

To find out more or to get involved, contact:

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Last updated
4 April, 2017

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