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This park has it all, my young teens enjoyed, playing in the fallen winter leaves and exploring the park. With all it’s different eco systems to see, amazing they weren’t bored. We spent a few hours in the park looking at the different plants and...More
We went through the Roma Street Parklands and thoroughly enjoyed the visit. They even have an area where people were practising their dance moves. Plenty of people visiting and the day was beautiful being a fine sunny day. Plenty of activities for the whole family.
The gardens here are spectacular and we were here in winter!! Would like to come back in spring. Just such a variety of beautiful trees and plants, Unbelievable that this has been created on the on railway yards. What a wonderful idea. Plenty of play...More
If you are visiting Brisbane or are a local and haven’t been don’t miss the opportunity to spend some time in the Roma St Parklands.
Bigger than you would think and an amazing variety of things to do and see. Very peaceful and beautifully presented....More
We have been to many such places across the globe....
If you enjoy them, this is a must!
Beautifully designed, and meticulously kept!
Different sections and themes, fantastic waterways and features, flowers, native and imported, rainforest, water dragons in abundance. I could roam and enjoy...More
We spent more than an hour walking around the gardens in Roma Street Parkland. What a great asset for Brisbane and the number of families and couples there today indicated its popularity.
Set on old railway land it has been carefully developed into a very...More
This was the highlight of our trip to Brisbane. The Pakland is extensive with lovely gardens, a lake and a rainforest area. There is also an excellent children's play area. The walks are undulating so be prepared for short uphill sections. You need at least...More
These parkland are a 10 minute walk from South bank and next to tall inner city building /CBD There is a little train to take round to see the garden and decide where you want to concentrate on visiting - the English country gardens are...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.