Been visiting South Bank as long as you can remember? The Parklands are just spring chickens compared to some of the ancient species of plants and animals that now call South Bank home.
Cure your wanderlust with a wander through South Bank’s very own "eat streets" – Little Stanley Street and Grey Street.
South Bank is home to some quite unusual flowers, fruits and plants.
Explore South Bank Parklands with your kids and discover some free and budget friendly options.
It’s time to slip on those running shoes and take on Brisbane’s best running track – the famous river loop.
Leave your muesli bars at home, turn your work phone off, and set aside a few hours at these South Bank long-lunch spots for friends, drinks, and far too much food.
Whether you’re a Brisbane local or a visitor from out of town, this suite of family-friendly activities are must-dos at South Bank.
Introduce your child to the sights, scents and colours of South Bank’s working community edible garden, the Epicurious Garden.
Whether you’re from the northside or southside, a trip to South Bank is a rite of passage for any Brisbanite. But you can’t call yourself a true local until you’ve tried these eight experiences while you’re here.
Brisbane’s warm weather, beautiful surrounds and sunny days make picnicking a must-do family activity. Here’s where to set up your rug and picnic basket at South Bank.