Whether it’s a picture-perfect picnic spot, a great playground for the kids, or a new scooter track, Brisbane is a city of parks
This unique and enchanting kids space on the edge of Ithaca Creek was created by local sculptor David Engwicht
Brisbane's first free outdoor warrior course is in a leafy neighbourhood park beside the Brisbane River
Brisbane’s biggest new park in 50 years has started taking shape, with the golf course now a mega picnic ground with city views
Discover this intimate, little-known bush chapel nestled in the forest of Mt Coot-tha at JC Slaughter Falls
The Pan Pacific Peace Gardens at Redbank is home to a bush chapel with a lake as a lovely backdrop
Hoop Pine Picnic Area is an expansive outdoor space that lies between well-known JC Slaughter Falls Picnic Area and the lesser known Silky Oak Picnic Area
Silky Oak Picnic Area is a beautiful green space of gently sloping grass, just perfect for laying down the picnic rug for a lazy day out in nature
Gold Mine Picnic Area on Mt Coot-tha is shaded by towering gum trees with an historic gold mine only a short walk away, and if you're lucky, you may even spot a koala
Grey Gum Picnic Area is a shady picnic spot on the eastern side of Mt Coot-Tha
This park offers something for the whole family with sports fields, a playground, picnic areas, dog parks and a fitness station
Redcliffe Parkour Park is a specially-designed parkour gym/park with idyllic views across Bramble Bay
The popular playground Funderhollow at Underwood Park has expanded to include a fantastic nature play space
Wittonga Park is a cool shady space with something for everyone, tucked away in the leafy westside suburb of The Gap.
Brentwood Forest Estate is home to the super modern Tucker Park, an adventure wonderland for children of all ages
The Lake Parklands is an idyllic spot to enjoy nature, with plenty of picnic areas and playgrounds dotted alongside picturesque Forest Lake.
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