Brisbane Technology Park Brisbane’s leading technology precinct
Brisbane Technology Park (BTP) offers a unique and vibrant location for established and emerging technology and biotech based companies.
BTP companies enjoy high profile corporate exposure within a community, which facilitates the clustering of business sectors involved in the exploitation of scientific and technological research and development, and offers the scope for constructive interaction and exchange between residents.
BTP is already home to over 80 prestigious national and multi-national companies taking advantage of the Park's prime location, state of the art resources, infrastructure and cost effective rates. Located on a 33.5 hectare site 12 minutes from the Brisbane CBD, BTP provides a comprehensive range of facilities, services, support and expertise that result in opportunities, efficiencies, credibility, and powerful synergies for resident businesses.
Underlying the Park is a fibre optic network providing high speed/quality access speeds ranging from 100Mb/s to 2.5Gb/s. The BTP Centre located on the park offers purpose-built conference facilities and a fully licensed Bistro and plenty of free parking. The Park is managed by Zernike Australia.
Resident biotechnology companies include: Alchemia, AstraZeneca, Bayer Crop Science, BioLayer Corporation, BioChip Innovations, C-Bio, Cleveland Biosensors, Corbett Robotics, Magnetica, MediHerb, Symbio Laboratories, and the i.lab bio.incubator - Queensland's first dedicated biotechnology incubator. BTP is an initiative of the Queensland Government's Smart State Strategy.
Number of employees: 2500+
Main business focus/
Listing by sector:
- Industry Organisation
Located within 12 minutes from the Brisbane CBD, and close to the Brisbane Airport and motorway to the Gold Coast, BTP provides a comprehensive range of facilities, services, support and expertise that result in opportunities, efficiencies, credibility, and powerful synergies for resident businesses.
BTP has strong partnerships with the Queensland Government; the University of Queensland and its Institute for Molecular Bioscience; Griffith University; AusBiotech; and the Australian Institute of Commercialisation, which is located at the Park.
Brisbane Technology Park is home to more than 80 technology-based businesses including many biotech companies so there are many opportunities for partnering and strategic alliances.
|Contact person||Anna Robbie|
|Job Title||Brisbane Technology Park Manager|
|Address||BTP Technology & Conference Centre|
|Clunies Ross Court|
|City/Suburb||Eight Mile Plains|
|Phone||07 3853 5200|
|Fax||07 3853 5211|