Roma Street Parkland
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Roma Street Parkland is an oasis in the heart of Brisbane’s Central Business District, offering spectacular surrounds for leisure, recreation and events. The Parkland is set over 16 hectares of green space and is open all day every day.
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Beautiful gardens, live music and cultural events. Great place for children, and close to public transport and the CBD.
A beautiful city garden perfect to wander in or take a picnic with the family and relax by the lake.
Well-known park with scenic gardens Expansive, acclaimed park featuring contemporary display gardens, waterways & an amphitheater.
Great place to have a stroll, bring in your picnic basket or make use of one of the public BBQ facilities and have a great day out! Check out some of the awesome festivals staged here throughout the year, such as thai festivals, multicultural festival, christmas lights, etc
Situated in the heart of the city easily accessed from Roma Street Railway Station is a stunning display of planting, green space for kicking a ball, BBQ's, amphitheatre and there are guided tours available.
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