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All reviews the river old trees queensland university of technology old government house bird life an oasis nice park relaxing walk goodwill bridge green space water dragons walk around water features few hours south bank plants picnic
We walked through the park as part of a broader downtown walk. It's an interesting park that is convenient and well maintained.
Hint: There is a foot bridge from the lower end of the park [the Goodwill Bridge] to the South Bank. Part of our...More
Even when we lived in Brisbane we never used this place enough, a great spot, so tranquil and so peaceful to walk around, there is something for everyone. spotted a few big eels, theres some great playgrounds and plenty of Tip Birds
If you want to relax and enjoy the gardens with their lily pond and rose garden as well as grass areas this is the place for you. The gardens stretch all the way to the Brisbane river where there is a cool breeze and good...More
A lovely spot to chill out and spend 30 minutes breathing some fresh air and enjoying the surrounds in the heart of the city.
We walked down and through the gardens, before heading across the river via the Goodwill Bridge to Southbank.
There were lots...More
The botanical garden is a good place to relax in the centre of the city. Kids have a good play area and you can take a stroll near the river. There are couple of cheap secure parking near the park. Do a research in google...More
We walked through the gardens on our way to the Wheel of Brisbane. What a beautiful day and a beautiful walk. Only slight negative was some cyclists hooning along the walk ways a bit too fast weaving in and out around people
I took a walk down memory lane recently with my daughter and granddaughter through the gardens where I used to come regularly as a teenager. The gardens are green, shady, colourful and provide enough privacy (if you need to breastfeed a baby!) to allow you...More
Visited here to have a picnic during our visit to Brisbane.
There were plenty families around.
The place is very pretty and well looked after.
The water features and flowers make for some nice pictures.
Very nice place to take in the sun and chill...More
Response from lindarobinson123 | Reviewed this property |
Hi there has far as i l know you can as long as they are on a leash i have seen people who have guide dogs (eg) blind people so i don't see why not , but you might want to check with Brisbane council. Hope this helps you.