South Bank Parklands, Brisbane
About South Bank Parklands, Brisbane
South Bank Parklands, Brisbane - Address, Phone Number
Address: Grey St. south of Melbourne St., Brisbane, QLD 4101
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
Timings: 05:00 am - 11:45 pm Details
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Park, Play Ground, Entertainment, Leisure, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot
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There is always something happening at South Bank. The parklands offer a plethora of outdoor opportunities like walking, cycling, swimming, picnicking. There are glorious rainforests and gorgeous fauna that will keep you under a spell for hours at a stretch. Swim at the tropical lagoon or hop into the ferris wheel or just head to the esplanade to take in the spectacular views of the city.
There is also a museum and lots of kiddie gyms to keep your children busy. After a tiring but fulfilling day, unwind at one of the many cafes or riverside eateries for a memorable supper.
South Bank Parklands Information
- The parking at parklands is very expensive. It is a better option to use the convenience of the local transport.
- Do visit one of the art and craft fairs that take place at the parklands.
How To reach South Bank Parklands by Public Transport
- South Bank station provides the closest access by train to the parklands. Similarly, The South Bank bus station is the best station to get to the parklands.
Restaurants Near South Bank Parklands
- There are a number of cafes and eateries at South Bank.
- The Parklands, Little Stanley Street, Stanley Plaza, Grey Street and River Quay offer different dining experiences.
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South Bank Parklands, Brisbane Reviews - Write a Review
The Parklands has a lot to offer. Beautifully designed and maintained walkways, pools and park areas. After a long day exploring the city it's a perfect spot to relax and rest your weary legs. Take your swimming gear and hit the lagoon, dry off then grab some food.
Great place to hang out with the family and friends. Lots of place to eat, chill on the lawn or splash around in the pool. Awesome views of the city. More parking and less people would be ideal.
What a lovely part of the sunshine city! You can take a walk along the promenade or through the flower covered arbour. Take your togs & have a swim in the free, riverside pools and waster play areas. There are plenty of food outlets to suit all tastes.
Although this place gets very crowded on weekends it is a lovely place. Large variety of food to choose from. The swimming area is great and the grass areas and kids play areas are a great place for people to enjoy themselves. Only suggestion would be for the council to get rid of the "bin chickens".
Excellent facilities and an awesome time. We love going to the beach there. The childrens playgrounds are really worth a visit. Great paths for walking and running.
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