Brisbane, Australia comes with a long list of amazing attractions that will keep you busy during your visit, but we all need a moment to relax after sightseeing all day long. That’s exactly what you can do in many of Brisbane’s public parks, each one beautiful in its own right.
Roma Street Parkland
This 16-hectare park in Brisbane’s center is one of the city’s largest and most spectacular attractions of its kind. You can spend hours exploring its many themed gardens, pathways, and scenic views, without a worry in the world.
South Bank Parklands
Located on the southern bank of the Brisbane River, South Bank is one of the most popular recreational spots in the entire city. It comes with a long list of leisure facilities, ranging from picnic areas to picture-perfect walking tracks with blooming flowers.
Kangaroo Point Cliffs Park
Adrenaline seekers visiting Brisbane will feel right at home at this park, located at heritage-listed cliffs of Kangaroo Point. In addition to BBQ areas and beautiful nature, this park also offers rock climbing facilities and amazing views of Brisbane’s skyline.