Gardens and parkland in Brisbane
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Brisbane's scenic gardens and parkland
Scenic parks and gardens within Brisbane city, or close to the Brisbane CBD
- ANZAC Square - located between Ann Street and Adelaide Street, the park includes Brisbane's Shrine of Remembrance. ANZAC Square is near Central Railway Station.
- Brisbane City Botanic Gardens - established in 1855 - located at Alice and George Streets, the gardens are close to Parliament House and the Queensland University of Technology.
- E.E.McCormick Place - located opposite Roma Street Parkland near Brisbane Transit Centre.
- Hardgrave Park - located in Petrie Terrace the park was named for Vic Hardgraves who was a co-founder of Brisbane Arts Theatre (the theatre is immediately opposite the park).
- King Edward Park - located between Wickham Terrace and Turbot Street (near The Old Windmill). There is a very long staircase, called "Jacob's Ladder", which is located down the side of the park.
- King George Square - a public Square in front of the Brisbane City Hall.
- Post Office Square - Post Office Square is opposite Brisbane's General Post Office, and takes its name from the GPO. Post Office Square is located between Adelaide Street and Queen Street, across Adelaide Street from ANZAC Square.
- Queens Gardens - situated between George Street, William Street and Elizabeth Street, has statues of both Queen Victoria, and Thomas Ryan (a former Premier of Queensland). There is also a Royal Australian Air Force memorial.
- Roma Street Parkland - adjacent to Brisbane Transit Centre and Roma Street Railway Station, also has an open-air amphitheatre, which used to be called the Albert Park Amphitheatre.
- South Bank Parklands - founded on the former site of World Expo '88 and features itself as the cultural "heart" of the city.
- Wickham Park - located between Wickham Terrace and Albert Street is next to Roma Street Parkland. Wickham Park contains Brisbane's oldest building, The Old Windmill.
Scenic parks and gardens within Brisbane suburban areas
- Boondall Wetlands
- Bowen Park - located in the Brisbane suburb of Bowen Hills, the park, on Bowen Bridge Road, is directly opposite the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital.
- Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens - includes a tropical hothouse and planetarium.
- Newstead Park - the spacious 3 hectare grounds of Newstead House in the suburb of the same name, where Breakfast Creek meets the Brisbane River.
- New Farm Park - located in the Brisbane suburb of New Farm
- Rocks Riverside Park
- Sherwood Arboretum botanical garden and lake in Sherwood.
- Victoria Park - located near the Queensland University of Technology Kelvin Grove campus and the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital.
- Yeronga Memorial Park in Yeronga
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