This park nestled in Bardon’s foothills is a peaceful shady ground for picnicking and small child’s play.
Spread in a narrow ribbon along Yeronga’s riverfront is this peaceful park which is both a great locale for cycling, rollerblading and strolling as well as containing a lovely sand-floored children’s playground.
With cross-river views to Teneriffe, this wide open green space has a playground, dog offleash area and BBQs
Hugging the shores of Lake Samsonvale, this tranquil and spacious eucalypt treed reserve is arguably one of the best picnic and barbecue spots around
While crowds flock to nearby Jollys Lookout, up on Camp Mountain a much smaller group of picnickers enjoy views of city and bay that are just as spectacular.
This splendid green oasis features all abilities playground, a spacious dog off leash area, lily ponds and a myriad of paths.
Nestled at the base of the Story Bridge’s imposing south pylon is this park with one of the city’s most striking outlooks.
These splendid gardens are culturally significant as the only place in Queensland to have had a continuous uninterrupted horticultural history for 150+ years
Colmslie Reserve is an eden-like grove and parkland, complete with sandy beach, that appears like a mirage down a long tree-lined drive in the midst of an industrial area of Murarrie.
There are two entrances to this tract of preserved bushland over the top of sealed off mine tunnels in Ipswich's heart.
Aside from the cockatoo and galah hillside gatherings, the best part of Dorrington Park is the colourful storybook Enchanted Forest
Nestled in the depths of Graceville and catching the river breezes on one side, shady Faulkner Park is a good all rounder
Tucked into the base of the headland is this fantastic secluded seafront park that most people bypass on the way to the nearby Stradbroke Ferry terminal.
On weekend afternoons this park resembles a village green in England as families, dog walkers, picnickers and sports players descend on the tree-bordered grassy expanse to enjoy the last of the day’s sun.
The main drawcard of this park is the well equipped playground for children of all ages that comes surrounded by grassy fields, bike paths and plentiful eating nooks.
This gracious pocket park on Highgate Hill’s highest ridge sits 62m above sea level, affording the most striking close-up views of Brisbane city.
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