Top Brisbane parks to get close to nature
Brisbane City Council's parks and bushland reserves provide wonderful opportunities to get close to nature and Brisbane's native plants and animals. Go for a bushwalk, or take your binoculars and look out for birds, koalas, wallabies, lizards and other wildlife. Stay for a picnic or barbecue, or just enjoy the peacefulness of the bush. If you're a photographer, the parks and reserves provide a myriad of photo opportunities.
We've listed some of Brisbane's favourite and most popular natural area parks and reserves. Visit one of the listed locations and get back to nature today.
Find a full list of Council's bushland reserves for further inspiration.
More popular parks and reserves to enjoy nature
- Chermside Hills Reserves - Chermside West and McDowall
- Mount Gravatt Outlook Reserve - Mount Gravatt
- Tinchi Tamba Wetlands Reserve, Bald Hills