Rocks Riverside Park


Rocks Riverside Park is a district park located in Brisbane's south.

Three major zones

Rocks Riverside Park has three major zones:

  • the river flat - formerly a rich riverside environment, market garden and industrial site
  • the bushland ridge - forming a backdrop to the river flat area and covered with dry eucalypt forest
  • the major green link from the park to suburbs in the south.
Crusher Pavilion closure

The Rocks Riverside Park, Crusher Pavilion is closed until further notice due to maintenance. We apologise for any inconvenience caused by this situation.


Set on the site of the former Queensland Cement Limited quarry, Rocks Riverside Park features:

  • four booking sites - The Entrance, The Green, The River and the Crusher Pavilion (which is currently closed for maintenance)
  • community garden
  • free wi-fi
  • Great Lawn - approximately 8,000m2 of open grassed space​
  • half-size basketball court
  • industrial artefacts throughout the park
  • junior playground suitable for toddlers to eight year olds
  • climbing net/fort and flying fox for school aged children
  • public art reflecting the park's industrial heritage
  • shared pathways
  • water play area

The Crusher Pavilion includes basic kitchen facilities and open deck and power.

View photos of this park in Council's 'Rocks Riverside Park' Flickr album.

Things to do

At Rocks Riverside Park, you can:

  • enjoy the water play area
  • use your wireless enabled device at the wi-fi hotspot
  • have a picnic or barbeque with family and friends
  • enjoy the play spaces
  • cycle or walk along the 800 metre riverside promenade
  • hold community or corporate functions at the Great Lawn


18 August 2015