When city life gets you down this is the kind of spot to retreat to - an enchanted little clearing of grass, gum trees and river rocks at the end of a cul-de-sac by the river.
Brisbane’s second oldest formal lookout reserve was instigated in 1930 by then mayor William Jolly who thought it a fine place to have a picnic.
The showcase family friendly park on the northside, Kalinga’s drawcards are many.
The park with arguably the most stunning views in Brisbane is a legacy of Queensland's 150 year celebrations
This quaint little terraced park tucked at the end of a tiny cul-de-sac feels like a million miles from the city for those who need an escape.
This beautiful century old terraced park lies on the border of Spring Hill and the City, with the iconic Jacobs Ladder staircase leading from upper to lower levels.
Sandwiched between the evergreen Paul’s milk factory, William Jolly Bridge and GOMA is a tiny pocket park where fisherman drop a line and through which the riverside bike and pedestrian track passes on its way to Kurilpa Bridge.
These beautiful lush hectares of meadowland have at their heart one of the rare surviving lagoons from pre-settlement days.
Mowbray Park is a remnant of the riverine estate established in 1850 by the father of East Brisbane Reverend Thomas Mowbray and on which his house once stood.
It’s possible to happily pass an hour or a day within the 56-hectare subtropical expanse that is Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens
A public park from 1874, when a visionary government rejected a proposal to sell it off, Mt Coot-tha with its unrivalled spectacular panoramic views has been Brisbane’s premier attraction ever since
Since 1893 Mt Gravatt has attracted climbers, after the colonial government of the time deemed the hill’s 132 acres a recreational reserve.
One of the city’s oldest parks was originally built as the playground to for Brisbane's oldest kindergarten, circa 1905
The picture perfect self-contained Japanese garden sits on the eastern hill end of Queens Park behind the historic caretakers cottage.
The city’s grandest century old park has rose gardens, rotunda, massive fig tree playground and more
This park is actually the grounds of Brisbane’s oldest home Newstead House (1846)
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