Automobile Museum – Nudgee Road, Banyo

A development application has been filed for a museum, located at 959 Nudgee Road Banyo.

EThe proposal aims to convert the existing building into a space enabled to host a permanent indoor museum that will establish a vehicle display area and an ancillary catering point. The building will not be extended and the existing gross floor area will be retained.

Ground floor (front)

The existing ground floor space will provide a foyer, storage, reception and access to underground parking. Level 1 of the museum offers meeting rooms, a refreshment point, amenities and a large vehicle display area.

The unique concept will house luxury and rare/vintage vehicles which will be available to the general public on weekends and group bookings during the week.

Level 1 (Before)

Development details
Level 1
– Public Entrance / Admin (343m²)
– Parking area (1003 m²)
– Vehicle maintenance area (214 m²)
– Pedestrian access and crossings
– Landscape limits
Level 2
– Foyer / Amenities / Food point (345m²)
Car exhibition area (950 m²)

The proposal provides for 39 parking spaces (1 disabled person) in the ground floor underground parking area. Vehicle access is provided at Nudgee Road.

Planning Insights planners state, “the proposed construction work associated with the museum does not make the site unsuitable as a future industrial land use and the installation of a pad-mounted transformer to increase electricity supply and network augmentation is a positive improvement for any future on-site industrial land use in a post-museum scenario.“.

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Application information and references
– Filing date: June 26, 2022
– Advice reference: A006047099
– Location: 959 Nudgee Road, Banyo
– Zone: Industry – General Industry A
– Neighborhood map: Banyo – Northgate
– Application report: planning overview
– Interactive image: Google Aerial and Streetview

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