Mt Coot-tha parks

Find the location of parks in Mt Coot-tha and information about their facilities.

This table provides information about Council parks in Mt Coot-tha including park name, location and facilities.
Park nameLocationFacilities
Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha   Mt Coot-tha RoadAuditorium, accessible toilets, booking sites, botanic displays, food and drink outlet, parking (car, bus), picnic area/shelters, playground, water (bubblers/taps), Wi-Fi

View photos from Council's 'Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha' Flickr set.
Mt Coot-tha Reserve (includes Constitution Hill, Gap Creek Reserve, J. C. Slaughter Falls, One Tree Hill, Sallyanne Atkinson Place, Simpson Falls, The Pinnacle, Mt Coot-tha Summit Lookout)200 Mt Coot-tha Road

Access & car parking, barbecue (electric, gas, wood), booking sites (Slaughter Falls Bush Chapel, Slaughter Falls Picnic Area), bushwalking tracks, mountain bike trails (Gap Creek), Mt Coot-tha Summit Lookout, Mt Coot-tha Summit Restaurant & Kiosk, picnic areas and shelters (Slaughter Falls, Brush Box, Grey Gum, Hoop Pine, Gold Mine, Range View, Silky Oak, Simpsons Falls, Gap Creek), public toilets (Brush Box, Gap Creek Road, Grey Gum, Hoop Pine, J.C. Slaughter Falls, Simpsons Falls, Mt Coot-tha Summit), restoration sites (The Hut Bushland Care Group, Wandering Weeders), shared pathway network (along Toowong & Western Freeway), The Hut Environmental Centre,  water (Gap Creek Picnic Area, Hoop Pine toilet, J. C. Slaughter Falls Picnic Area and car park, Summit Lookout), Wi-Fi at Mt Coot-tha Summit Lookout

View photos from Council's 'Mt Coot-tha Reserve' Flickr set.

You can also download the free Story City app to experience Outdoor Reads at J.C Slaughter Falls. 


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