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 Travel Tips
- 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
- 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.
- 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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90.92% of people who visit Brisbane include South Bank Parklands in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
42.35% of people start their South Bank Parklands visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see South Bank Parklands
63.9% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting South Bank Parklands