Herbert Smith Freehills
250 St Georges Terrace
Perth WA 6000
QV1 is an iconic 43 storey modernist tower located at the western end of Perth’s most prestigious street. Designed by internationally renowned architect Harry Seidler AC, QV1 was completed in 1991 after nearly six years in development and was the largest single building project in the CBD.
To this day QV1 remains one of Australia’s most iconic and beautiful office buildings. In Perth, no office building comes close to QV1 as a prestigious corporate address.
QV1 is bound by St Georges Terrace, Milligan Street and Hay Street, offering easy vehicle access from the western suburbs and Perth’s major freeways. For cyclists, QV1 is located on the Milligan Street cycling route with connections to Murray Street and Roe Street cross-city spines.
On St Georges Terrace, QV1 is serviced by Transperth routes 24, 25, 27, 103 and 935, and the free Green CAT, linking passengers to Elizabeth Quay Bus Station and Leederville Station.
On Hay Street, route 4 and the free Red CAT service stop directly outside the QV1 Plaza. The Red CAT connects to Perth Underground and Perth Station.
QV1 is within a ten minute walk from Perth Busport.
QV1 is under a ten minute walk from Elizabeth Quay Train Station and a just over 10 minutes from Perth Underground. Green and Red CAT buses servicing QV1 link to Perth’s city train stations.
QV1 PUBLIC CAR PARK
The QV1 Public Car Park is open 24 hours with 874 bays available; 350 bays reserved for tenants and 524 bays for the general public. The car park is linked directly to the upper plaza level of QV1 by a pedestrian bridge over Hay Street.
Vehicle access to the QV1 car park is via 489 Murray Street with an exit available on both Murray and Hay Street.
A taxi rank is located on the Hay Street side of the building.