283 Elizabeth Street
Brisbane, QLD, 4000
- Phones are attended Monday – Friday 8.30am – 5pm
- Clinics are open from 7.30am – 5pm
- Nerve Conduction Tests and EMG
As you come down Elizabeth Street, there is a carpark on the left hand side before you get to St Stephens Cathedral a few metres from the corner of Edward and Elizabeth Street, opposite 229 Elizabeth Street. Opposite St Stephens Cathedral at MacArthur Chambers:
- Secure Parking – 246 Elizabeth Street
Parking is also available in Charlotte Street behind St Stephens Cathedral and in the Riverside Centre on Eagle Street.
Formerly known as Telecommunications House, this heritage-listed building was formerly a clubhouse. It is now known as Corbett Chambers, designed by Claude William Chambers, the building was built from 1906-1909. On the 5th April 2004 it was added to the Queensland Heritage Register.
History of the Brisbane Practice
This building was erected in 1906-07 as headquarters and clubrooms for the Commercial Travellers Association (CTA) of Queensland. Read more about the history of the Brisbane building.