Future Brisbane parks


Brisbane City Council is currently identifying sites around Brisbane as future parks to help protect and create greenspace.

Keeping Brisbane clean and green will make our city liveable and sustainable for future generations.

Future parks

Council maintains more than 2100 parks, with more created all the time.

The following sites have been identified as potential future parks:

This table provides information about potential Council parks including park name, location and proposed park inclusions.
Park name Location Proposed park inclusions
Chalk Street Park Located on a block of land bordered by Chalk Street, Marita Street and Wellington Street, Lutwyche.

The park will become a local recreation park. In response to community consultation and community needs the park may include: 

  • grass and paths
  • basic fencing or bollards
  • signage
  • drinking fountains and bins
  • shade and seating
  • playground and picnic facilities.
Carl Street Urban Common Located on the corner of Carl Street and Tottenham Street, Woolloongabba.

In response to community consultation and community needs, an urban common may include:

  • trees
  • drinking fountains
  • bins and seating
  • garden beds
  • fencing
  • pathways and lighting
  • signage.
South Brisbane Riverside Lands Park Located along Riverside Drive between Jane Street and Hocking Street, West End.

South Brisbane Riverside Lands Park is a metropolitan-level corridor access park along the Brisbane River. It has open grassed parkland with established trees along Riverside Drive.

In response to community consultation and community needs, the park may include:

  • drinking fountains
  • bins
  • seating
  • paths (pedestrian/cycle)
  • bike racks
  • internal roads
  • fencing
  • lighting
  • signage
  • fitness equipment.

As Brisbane continues to grow, the public parks network will expand and improve through the Local Government Infrastructure Plan (LGIP).

More information

For more information phone Council on 07 3403 8888.

Last updated:16 July 2019