Cruise the Brisbane River and see a whole new side to Brisbane on an electric picnic boat - and they're dog friendly!
Brisbane’s biggest new park in 50 years has started taking shape, with the golf course now a mega picnic ground with city views
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
Here's 10 top spots around Brisbane where you can picnic in the park with family and friends
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
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