Wickham Park (Brisbane)

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Wickham Park
Air-raid shelters in Wickham Park 03.jpg
Remains of World War II air-raid shelters
in Wickham Park
Location Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Operated by Brisbane City Council[1]
Wickham Park
The Old Windmill, in Wickham Park

Wickham Park is a park in Brisbane, Australia, at 330 Wickham Terrace, Spring Hill.[1]

Wickham Park is located next to the Roma Street Parkland in the section of the parkland which used to be called Albert Park.

Wickham Park, which was named after John Clements Wickham, contains The Old Windmill, the oldest surviving building in Brisbane. The tower was placed on the Queensland Heritage Register in 1992.[2]


  1. ^ a b "Spring Hill parks". Brisbane City Council. Retrieved 6 July 2014. 
  2. ^ "Heritage Register: Windmill Tower". Queensland Government. 

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Media related to Wickham Park (Brisbane) at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 27°27′57″S 153°01′19″E / 27.4657°S 153.0219°E / -27.4657; 153.0219