Southbank Brisbane

Southbank Parklands South Brisbane

Southbank Streets Beach and Lagoon

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Address: Between the riverfront & Little Stanley Street, South BrisbaneGiggle & Hoot & Friends On Stage. Read more … »


The Parklands at South Bank is 17 hectares of beautifully landscaped gardens and lawns, the Clem Jones Promenade next to the Brisbane River and the magnificent Bouganvillea Arbour.South Bank is a great place to take your children with three interactive playgrounds, where children will love to swing, climb and slide.

The open, public spaces are accessible 24 hours a day, every day of the year. It is the place where the residents of our city come together to celebrate family functions as well as national events such as Australia Day. Visitors to Brisbane are attracted to South Bank for its relaxed atmosphere and opportunity to swim, walk, ride, eat or see a show.

There are several barbecues across the Parklands.  All of the barbecues are free to use but they cannot be booked in advance for functions.South Bank was awarded the best public sector development in the world by the International Real Estate Federation and the world’s best downtown public space by the International Downtown Association.

Southbank Attractions

Goodwill Bridge connects the parklands to Brisbane City and Brisbane Botanic Gardens. Stroll or ride across the Brisbane River.

Streets BeachA safe, patrolled place to cool off, in the heart of the city. (pictured above)

Southbank Markets

The Arbour – Walk through the parklands under a canopy of brilliant flowering bougainvillea. (pictured below)

Little Stanley Street & Grey Street – Experience Little Stanley Street and Grey Street dining, shoppingSunshine Coast Region Markets. Read more … » and cinemas.

The Wheel of Brisbane – The Wheel of Brisbane invites locals and visitors alike to explore the city of Brisbane from new heights.

Close proximity to Performing Arts, Arts, Culture & Museums – See the best music, art, performance and exhibitions



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