Shaftesbury Park, Tarragindi

Brisbane City Council maintains more than 2180 parks across Brisbane, with more created all the time. Our parks range in size from small pocket parks to large district parks, three botanic gardens and many bushland reserves. Find a park near you, featured parks and their facilities, dog off-leash areas (dog parks) and park Wi-Fi hotspots. Discover how to book a park booking site or obtain consent for an activity or event. Councils active and healthy events program offers activities for all ages at parks across Brisbane.

Creating new parks, and enhancing and maintaining existing parks, is just another way Council is growing your Brisbane lifestyle to help you enjoy Brisbane's climate and connect with family and friends in the places that make our city great.

For ideas on other great places, spaces and events to enjoy in Brisbane, check out our Things to see and do in Brisbane page.


Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha

The beautiful 56-hectare Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha are open. Entry to the gardens is free. Plan your trip with our visitor and mobility maps.

City Botanic Gardens

The riverside City Botanic Gardens are Brisbane's original botanic gardens. Attractions at the gardens include the Bamboo Grove, Weeping Fig Avenue, Riverstage, ornamental ponds and more.

Victory Park/Barrambin

Victoria Park / Barrambin

Victoria Park / Barrambin is transforming into an iconic parkland with something for everyone.

Roma Street Parkland events

Check out the thriving events calendar for this much-loved oasis in the heart of Brisbane


Dog off-leash areas

Council provides over 160 dog off-leash areas (commonly known as 'dog parks') in parks across Brisbane. Off-leash areas are generally fenced.

Rocks Riverside Park

Rocks Riverside Park is a Council district park located in the southwest of Brisbane at 531 Seventeen Mile Rocks Road, Seventeen Mile Rocks.

Toohey Forest Park

Council's Toohey Forest Park (includes Mt Gravatt Outlook Reserve) is approximately 260 hectares and 10 kilometres south of the Brisbane CBD. 

Street and park trees

Council helps care for Brisbane's urban forest through its management of the city's street and park trees. 

Last updated: 14 July 2023

Brisbane City Council acknowledges this Country and its Traditional Custodians. We pay our respects to the Elders, those who have passed into the dreaming; those here today; those of tomorrow.