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Hugging the northern side of the CBD, Roma Street Parkland and Spring Hill are iconic parts of Brisbane and its history. Roma Street Parkland, one of Brisbane’s premier parks, is considered to be one of the two best examples of contemporary display gardens in Australia. Well known by garden and plant enthusiasts for its exceptional horticultural standards, it is also an important community asset, popular visitor destination and event space for Brisbane. Spring Hill is home to the Old Windmill and Spring Hill Baths, and also plays host to a number of vibrant cafes and restaurants, making this area a unique inner-city paradise.
Enjoy a free one-hour guided walk through Roma Street Parkland with one of our experienced and knowledgeable volunteer guides.
Enjoy a free, fun-filled day out at Parks Alive on Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 August. Held at Roma Street Parkland, Parks Alive offers hands-on activities for kids and talks, demos and more for older gardening enthusiasts.
Everyone's favourite train, the Parkland Explorer will be unavailable over the coming weeks - read on for details.
This pedestrian bridge connects the CBD with South Bank and the cultural precinct.
With a relaxed atmosphere overlooking Celebration Lawn, Café Melange offers a wide variety of fine food.
This cute and cosy cafe on the city fringe is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week.
Experience the fine dining of the International's cafe, socialise with a few friends at the bar or try your luck with the pokies.
Roma Street Parkland volunteers play an important role in maintaining our beautiful gardens to world class standards and welcoming visitors.
Spanish tapas and shared plates plus wines from the Latin world.
Swim with us at Spring Hill Baths and become part of Brisbane's history.
We offer a selection of specialised guided walks exploring the different aspects of the Parkland including its design, flora, fauna, art and history.
Roma Street Parkland is proud to host the Queensland Greats wall which holds the plaques presented to the recipients of the Queensland Greats Awards announced annually.