Visitor Information

Roma Street Parkland isn’t just a space: it’s a community. Our range of facilities mean that people of all abilities can enjoy the retreat – including disabled parking and pathways, baby changing facilities, coach parking and more. There’s also plenty of car parking spaces and easy public transport access to the parkland. There’s also online forms you can submit if you’re looking to hold an event here  or conduct a film or photo shoot. For any general questions about the Parkland, please contact us via Facebook or head to the Roma Street Parkland Information Booth in The Hub and chat to our friendly volunteers. The Hub is open from 9am to 4pm daily (except for Christmas Day, Boxing Day, Good Friday, and other selected public holidays).

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).

Venue hire and weddings at Roma Street Parkland

Venue hire at Roma Street Parkland is easy, with a dedicated team of events specialists on-hand to guide you along the way. You can apply online to hold an event or a wedding in the parkland – head to the application page now to submit your interest.

Lake in Roma Street Parkland

Getting here

Roma Street Parkland is conveniently placed beside the Roma Street train and bus stations, less than 10 minutes’ walk from the city and has a range of carparks. You can see the best way to get here via public transport, car or bike in the link above. 

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 Map & Conditions of Entry

If you're new to the Parkland and need a little guidance to find all the different locations and hidden gems, you can download our PDF map here. Make sure to also check out the conditions of entry which have been put in place to ensure everyone has an enjoyable visit at the Parkland. 


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.

Filming and Photography

Roma Street Parkland's picturesque surroundings make it an ideal location for photography and video footage. Whether you are media and looking to do a live cross or a professional photographer we require an application form to be completed a minimum of five working days before you wish to arrive. For all essential information and to complete the application form check out our Filming and Photography at Roma Street Parkland page.