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Relaxing, interesting, calming place to spend a couple of hours simply walking the varied paths and enjoying the flora and fauna. The 'train' to take visitors around the parkland was a welcome choice for some.
I always enjoy the spectacle garden in Colin Campbell Place which features beds of brightly coloured flowers whatever the season.Another favourite place is fern gully
walking on a boardwalk through the mist by a trickling man-made creek with lots of ferns and forest trees.Great on...More
This is definitely my favourite place in Brisbane. Born and bred in Brisvegas, I've visited here often, mostly one period of time in winter when I had an hour to kill. I always took my book with me and after a quick walk would pull...More
Its a lovely walk through town and up a steep hill to these gardens, but worth it. The views over the city are great and the Parklands themselves beautifully planted and very peaceful to walk around for a couple of hours. Much better than the...More
Visited to view the Colin Campbell Place and also found a Multicultural festival in full swing. Delightful spring floral display complete with numerous blue tongue lizards. Watched some dancing. Would have liked to stay longer but was unwell. Pictures tell the story.
This was our first time visit and we were stunned by the beauty of the park and the care it is given. The gardens within were some of the best we have seen. Whoever is in charge of the design and maintenance of the garden...More
Our intention had been to visit the Botanic Gardens but a local guide suggested Roma St Parkland instead as so much was in bloom. Indeed there was, magnificent flower beds. and lots of lively lizards. It is a bit of a walk /climb to find...More
Yes, free. Parking is limited and you have to pay. You can jump on the train and get off at Roma Street station then you have a short walk to the Parklands. Cafe is expensive and not worth it, so take your own....cheaper... More
Yes, free. Parking is limited and you have to pay. You can jump on the train and get off at Roma Street station then you have a short walk to the Parklands. Cafe is expensive and not worth it, so take your own....cheaper and nicer to have your own picnic.