Visitor Information

Whether you are a first-time visitor or a regular guest to Roma Street Parkland, our Information Booth located at The Hub and staffed by our knowledgeable volunteers will be able to answer all of your queries. The Information Booth is open every day from 9am to 4pm (except Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and other selected public holidays during the year).

Roma Street Parkland

Accessibility and Facilities

There are a range of facilities within the parkland making it accessible for people of all abilities to enjoy all year round.  The parkland also provides opportunities for pre-booked groups with specific needs (including high care) to enjoy the parkland. These could include managed access to recreation areas, sensory walks or bookings for the Parkland Explorer trackless train (charges may apply). For groups or individuals with specific needs requiring further information or to discuss a booking, please call 1300 137 468.


Event and Wedding bookings, Venue Hire

Whether it is a small intimate gathering, a large festival or community event, there are a number of locations within the parkland perfect for your function. 
Celebration Lawn and the Amphitheatre are well-established venues for larger events, while the Harry Oakman Pavilion is perfect for an intimate wedding ceremony. 

Lake in Roma Street Parkland

Guided Walks and Group Bookings

Our experienced and knowledgeable volunteers host free one-hour guided walks throughout Roma Street Parkland. Walks depart from The Hub at 11am and 1pm daily. Specialised walks are also available for booked groups.

Roma Street Parkland

Parkland History and Design

The area that is now called Roma Street Parkland has a long and varied history; from a meeting place for local Aboriginal people prior to European settlement, a gazetted park in the 1870s to a railway goods yard the area that is now called Roma Street Parkland has been a focal point for the people and commerce of Brisbane.

Roma Street Parkland

Parkland Map

With the help of our detailed map, navigate your way through the sub-tropical garden precincts and to our popular recreation and event destinations within the parkland. The map also details locations of amenities including barbecue locations, washroom facilities and the stopping points for our popular Parkland Explorer trackless train. Further detailed information about the garden precincts and plants contained within them are available from our Information Booth located in The Hub.  Click here for our downloadable pdf.


Parkland Rules

To ensure that all visitors have an enjoyable visit to the parkland, we ask that the following guidelines and Parkland rules are adhered to.


Roma Street Parkland volunteers play an important role in maintaining our beautiful gardens to world class standards and in welcoming visitors. We are always looking for new volunteers who are interested in learning about the parkland and sharing their knowledge with visitors.