Bulimba parks

Find the location of parks in Bulimba and information about their facilities.

This table includes information on parks in Bulimba inclulding park name, location and facilities.
Park name Location Facilities
Apollo Road Park 21 Byron Street  
Bulimba Memorial Park 129 Oxford Street

Water (bubbler/tap), cultural heritage site (Bulimba War Memorial, Oxford Street Avenue of Honour), grandstand, playground and public toilet

Also includes community organisations and facilities for:

  • Bulimba Guides
  • Bulimba Senior Citizens clubhouse
  • Soutside Eagles soccer and cricket facility.

The playground at the Bulimba Memorial Park will be closed from Monday, 27 May 2019 for upgrade works to be completed.

Works will include:

  • fence installation
  • playground upgrade

The works are expected to take approximately three weeks, weather permitting, and should be completed by late June 2019.

Bulimba Riverside Park 57 Addison Avenue

Barbecue (electric), bike rack, dog off-leash area, outdoor fitness/exercise station, picnic area/shelter, playground, shared pathway and fishing facility, toilet, water (accessible drinking fountain)

View photos in Council's 'Bulimba Riverside Park' Flickr set

Johnston Park 24 Johnston Street
Basketball/netball facility, playground and seating
Love Street Park 76 Love Street Shared pathway
Merry Street Park 140 Bulimba Street

Includes community organisations and facilities for:

  • Bulimba Junior Sports Club facility.
Myuna Street Park 127 Lytton Road  
Portside Place Park 22 Portside Place Riverwalk and seating
Stuart Street Park 77 Stuart Street Pathway
Taylor Street Park (road reserve) (Taylor Street Bulimba) Taylor Street, at Michael Street  
Tugulawa Park 25 Apollo Road
Vic Lucas Park 152 Coutts Street Bulimba Par 3 Golf Course, barbecue (electric), basketball half court, bubbler/tap, carpark, pathway network, picnic area, playground, sailing precinct (Brisbane River), toilet
Waterline Crescent Park 81 Waterline Crescent Playground and seating


Last updated: 18 September 2019

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