The Shorncliffe Pier is Brisbane’s largest timber pier and was constructed in the 1880s. It is one of the longest recreational piers in Australia, reaching approximately 350 metres out into Bramble Bay. In March 2012, Brisbane City Council closed the pier to public access and it was officially opened to the public by Lord Mayor Graham Quirk on 25 March 2016.
The Time lapse production offered a number of challenges for the Blackbox team, the location made it very difficult to mount and maintain the systems over the 2 year construction period. A custom housing and system was developed in order to capture the works from a distance. Make sure you watch to the end to see the final reveal, its worth it!