C.B. Mott Park park booking site

C.B. Mott Park at Holland Park has a park booking site for bookings for special events of short duration. The park borders the Holland Park Bowls Club and Mott Park Kindergarten. The park is well-known for its gardens.

To book this park for a special event, follow these steps:

  1. Consider the park location and facilities and view our virtual tour of the booking site. Does the booking site at this park meet your needs? If so, go to Step 2. If not, view our other park booking sites.
  2. Complete the online park booking form, noting Council's standard booking conditions.

Park location

C.B. Mott Park is located at 49 Abbotsleigh Street, Holland Park.

View C.B. Mott Park, Holland Park in a larger map

Park facilities

C.B. Mott Park includes the following facilities (some of which are shown on the map below):

  • barbecues
  • booking site - Area 1 (shown as a dotted circle on the site plan)
  • boom gate/lock rail
  • carpark
  • picnic shelters
  • playground
  • rotunda
  • taps
  • toilets

Booking site

C.B. Mott Park has a single booking site with a rotunda. The approximate location of this booking site is shown on the site map below.

There is an electric barbecue in the park, but this cannot be exclusively booked and must be shared with other park users.

Booking site details - Area 1 (Rotunda)

Capacity: 53 people (seated)
Power: No 
Vehicle access: No
Are marquees permitted?: No
Virtual tour: Yes


Park bookings

Bookings only apply to the park booking site you choose in the park and to the use of any facilities in that booking site. You cannot book barbecues, shelters (other than rotundas marked) or playgrounds for your specific use, though your group is free to share these facilities with other park visitors. No vehicle access. 

You may also be able to book a different area of the park (rather than the designated site). For more information phone Council on 07 3403 8888 and ask to speak to a Regional Parks Officer.

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