Gardens Point, Brisbane

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Gardens Point is the area south of Alice Street at the bend in the Brisbane River.

Gardens Point is a peninsula in central Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.[1] It is located south of Alice Street and bounded by the Brisbane River on its other three sides.[2]

The Brisbane CBD lies immediately to the north of the point. Gardens Point is occupied by:

Mangroves grow on the southern and western banks of the point. The eastern bank along the Botanical Gardens contains a pedestrian promenade.

Gardens Point is connected to South Bank via the Goodwill Bridge, while the Captain Cook Bridge runs along the western bank of the point connecting the City and Kangaroo Point.

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  1. ^ "Gardens Point (entry 13437)". Queensland Place Names. Queensland Government. Retrieved 23 January 2015. 
  2. ^ Bull, Catherin. "Gardens Point Study - Queensland University of Technology". Australian Institute of Landscape Architects. Retrieved 20 June 2013.