Albert Street, Brisbane
Albert Street Mall from King George Square.
Albert Street is a road in Brisbane, Australia. It was named after Prince Albert, the Prince Consort of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, and it originally ran from Alice Street to Wickham Terrace. The section between Adelaide Street and Ann Street has now been included in King George Square.
The section of Albert Street between Queen Street Mall and Adelaide Street has now been converted into part of the Mall, in connection with the busway tunnel from the Queen Street bus station to the King George Square busway station.
Albert Hall was a entertainment venue from 1901 to 1969 on the north side of Albert Street between Ann Street and Turbot Street, to the left of Albert Street Methodist (now Uniting) Church. Albert Hall was replaced by the SGIO / Suncorp Building.
Albert Street has a number of heritage-listed sites, including:
- Upper Albert Street: Albert Park (South) Air Raid Shelter
- 167 Albert Street: Perry House
- 319 Albert Street: Albert Street Uniting Church
The former Albert Street exit portal for the Queen Street bus station, which has now been converted into part of the Mall.
- Alice Street
- Margaret Street
- Mary Street
- Charlotte Street
- Elizabeth Street
- Queen Street
- Adelaide Street
- Ann Street
- Turbot Street
- Wickham Terrace
- "123 Albert Street - Building profile - Overview". Dexus Property Group. Retrieved 22 July 2012.
- Bartlett, George S & Bartlett, Aubrey George & Archive CD Books Australia 2009, Greater Brisbane area : atlases and street directories : set of 4 1931-c1948, Archive CD Books Australia, [Modbury, S. Aust.]
- "Albert Park (South) Air Raid Shelter (entry 602474)". Queensland Heritage Register. Queensland Heritage Council. Retrieved 19 June 2013.
- "Perry House (entry 600103)". Queensland Heritage Register. Queensland Heritage Council. Retrieved 19 June 2013.
- "Albert Street Uniting Church (entry 600066)". Queensland Heritage Register. Queensland Heritage Council. Retrieved 19 June 2013.
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