Below is a list of the top and leading Parks in Brisbane. To help you find the best Parks located near you in Brisbane, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Brisbane’s Best Parks:
The top rated Parks in Brisbane are:
- Rocks Riverside Park
- New Farm Park
- 7th Brigade Park
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Rocks Riverside Park
Rocks Riverside Park is a Brisbane City Council district park located in the south-west of Brisbane at 531 Seventeen Mile Rocks Road, Seventeen Mile Rocks.
Rocks Riverside Park has three major zones, the river flat – formerly a rich riverside environment, market garden and industrial site, the bushland ridge – forming a backdrop to the river flat area and covered with dry eucalypt forest and the major green link from the park to suburbs in the south.
Three booking sites – The Entrance, The Green and The River, Community garden, Free Wi-Fi, Great Lawn – approximately 8000 square metres of open grassed space, Half-size basketball court, Industrial artefacts throughout the park, Junior playground suitable for toddlers to eight year olds, Climbing net/fort and flying fox for school-aged children, Public art reflecting the park’s industrial heritage, Shared pathways, Water play area
Address: 531 Seventeen Mile Rocks Rd, Seventeen Mile Rocks QLD 4073
Phone: (07) 3403 8888
“I always love going back to this Park. It has such a variety of things for Kids to do and play on. The type of Equipment here suits quite a broad age bracket of Kids to play on. This visit we went to have a look at the Community Garden at the back of the Park which was great for our Grandson to look at the different food source plants, where otherwise he would not have been exposed to. Well worth regular visits because they don’t seem to get tired of the Water Playground and activity equipment.” – Craig Fitzgerald
New Farm Park
New Farm Park is a heritage-listed public park at 137 Sydney Street, New Farm, City of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It was designed by Albert Herbert Foster and built from 1914 to 1950 by Gladwin Legge & Co. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 7 February 2005.
Geoff Masters Tennis Courts, New Farm Library, Merthyr Croquet Club, New Farm United Clubhouse and FootballFields, Barbecue (electric), Booking sites,Taps/Mubblers/Drinking Fountains (including wheelchair accessible drinking tap at booking site: Area 3), Ferry Terminal (New Farm), Basketball Half Court, Kiosk, Memorial,Metropoliton Playground, Riverwalk – pedestrian & bike pathway networks, Picnic Areas, Playground, Public Toilet, Ring Road & Car Parking, Rose Ggardens, Shelter, Wi-Fi
Address: 1042 Brunswick St, New Farm QLD 4005
Phone: (07) 3403 8888
“Beautiful park. Plenty of open spaces for picnic and kicking a ball around. Rose gardens are so wonderful. Sunday there was a band playing.” – Margaret Lees
7th Brigade Park
7th Brigade Park – Lush green space offering a kids’ playground, hiking/biking paths, an off-leash area and picnic sites.
Activity space (Kidspace), Barbecue (electric), Car Park (Delaware Street, Kittyhawk Drive, Murphy Road), Community Garden (Delaware Street), Cricket Field (Navarre Street), Cricket Ovals (Warehouse), Cycle Training Facility (Murphy Road), Dog off-leash area (Reinhold Crescent) including dog off-leash area for small dogs, Outdoor fitness/Exercise station (Newman Road), Outdoor fitness/Exercise trail (Downfall Creek), Hockey facility (Kedron-Wavell), Picnic area/Shelter (Navarre Street, Kidspace, Delaware Street – Newman Road), Playground (Beor Street, Delaware Street, Newman Road, Navarre Street, Kidspace), Toilet (Kidspace, Newman Road), Restoration site (7th Brigade Habitat Group), Shared pathway (Delaware Street, Muphy Road, Kittyhawk Drive, Newman Road, Corrie Street, Hamilton Road) and Wi-Fi
Address: 375 Hamilton Rd, Chermside QLD 4032
Phone: (07) 3403 8888
“An arched bridge over a lovely running creek. Grass is always mowed. Another beneficial place to walk, ride,run or read.” – Linda Norden
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