This park is a wonderfully planned green space with something for every member of the family
This picturesque long-established park is heavily shaded with figs, jacarandas and poinciettas and features Federation era picnic rotundas and a bamboo grove.
A peaceful fringe of Moreton Bay fig shaded parkland on the river at West End that was wiped out by a monster wall of water in the 1893 floods and submerged again in 1974 and 2011.
Tucked away in a low lying hollow beside Gailey Rd is this fantastic grassy common for children, walkers, picnickers and dogs.
Ipswich's family friendly grand historical park, established in 1864 and named after Queen Victoria is today the green recreational heart of the city.
In the heart of Redcliffe lies this unexpected lush green oasis, part Moreton Bay rainforest and part wallum (banksia) heathland, with picnic tables and a tangle of walking paths through its midst
Indigiscapes is a delightful arboretum where everything is native right down to the bush herbs incorporated into the cafe menu
Along the banks of the Bremer river is a stunning river walkway leading to the best children's aquativity park in the west.
This sprawling green parkland retains something of the feel of the century old estate from which it derives, and that once belonged to local graziers the Armstrong family.
Putting new meaning to the word green space, master-planned Robelle Domain is a sprawling 24ha expanse that is the jewel in the crown of Springfield Central Parklands.
The cement works adjacent to the entrance at first seem incongruous to this superb green expanse bordered by a hill of towering gums
This subtropical wonderland, the largest of its kind in the world, sprang to life in 2001 on the site of the former Roma St railway goods yards
These beautiful gardens sprawl along the river and were established in the early 1920s. They are unique in that they contain 1,000+ species of almost entirely native flora
Tucked well into the bush at the foot of Mt Coot-tha and yet only a short drive from the city, Simpson Falls provides an idyllic gum-shaded expanse of green
A rolling expanse of hills form the setting for this scenic park which is large enough to have a circuit road loop through it.
This Federation-style park, once part of the grounds of famed Irish retailer TC Beirne’s Victorian villa, has to be Brisbane’s prettiest green public space.
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