Musgrave Park, one of Brisbane’s oldest parks, is located just a three-minute walk from the Brisbane River, South Bank Parklands and bustling West End.
Musgrave Park has long been known as a place of community significance, particularly for the social, cultural and spiritual life of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Brisbane and more recently for locally settled European immigrant communities.
Located within the Musgrave Park precinct is the newly renovated Musgrave Pool, well known as an inner-city aquatic fitness and recreational centre, and community venues West End Croquet Club and Jagera Community Hall.
Over an area of more than 6 hectares, Musgrave Park is bounded by Cordelia, Russell and Edmondstone Streets and Brisbane State High School (BSHS) to the south east. Today, the park is one of Brisbane’s most popular and intensively used inner-city parks, popular with local residents, community groups and for events including the Paniyiri Greek festival and NAIDOC celebrations.
Musgrave Park is most suited to community/cultural celebrations, corporate events, festivals, filming, markets, mustering events, performances/music events with a maximum patron capacity of 25,000 people at any one time.
Key features of Musgrave Park include:
- Wide Central Laneway (6m x 255m)
- Through access via Lane Avenue linking Edmondstone St
- Central Laneway & Cordelia St (3m x 200m)
- Amphitheatre seating overlooking multi-use oval
- Half-basketball court
- Accessible by bus and train, no onsite parking
If you would like to make an enquiry to host an event at Musgrave Park, please complete and submit the venue hire enquiry form below for assessment.