Brisbane City Council is transforming Victoria Park into an iconic parkland with something for everyone. Victoria Park will be a natural retreat, an urban park for adventure, discovery and reconnection.

The golf course is now closed, and the park is open for Brisbane residents and visitors to explore the 64 hectares of open space, rolling green hills and expansive city views.

Bring along a picnic, kick the footy, climb trees, have a game of putt putt and walk your four-legged friends – there is already so much to see and do at Victoria Park.

Take a look at what's planned for the future in the Victoria Park Vision and sign up for updates or regularly check this page for the release of the Victoria Park Draft Master Plan in the second half of 2022.

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Spring time is perfect for picnics at Victoria Park. Find out more.

The golf course is now closed but you can still enjoy our 18-hole putt putt course, two level driving range, golf shop and golf learning centre. Find out more.


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Things to see and do

At Victoria Park you can enjoy Brisbane’s beautiful climate and connect with family, friends and visitors. Venture into the heart of the park on the Herston side to discover rolling hills, woodlands and views across the city – you might even spot a curlew or two. On the Spring Hill side you can take a dip at the heritage-listed Centenary Pool, have a hit of tennis or take your dog off-leash in the fenced area near the Gundoo Memorial Grove. There's plenty to see and do at Victoria Park:

Perfect picnic spots

Victoria Park has plenty of hidden picnic spots. From the tops of the hills with stunning city vistas to the tree-lined gullies and water holes, there are plenty of spots to lay a picnic blanket and relax. You could:

  1. Bask in the shade of the magnificent jacaranda in the tree-lined gully running through the middle of the park.
  2. Hike the hills dotted across the park for sweeping city views.
  3. Grab supplies at Kelvin Grove Urban Village and head to the Kelvin Grove corner of the park, just off Victoria Park Road.
  4. Relax by a waterhole along York’s Hollow, located at the end of Gilchrist Avenue.
  5. Take in the sunset from the Spring Hill side of the park with access and parking along Gregory Terrace.

Dog walker's paradise

Victoria Park has more than 10kms of paths and tracks to walk your four-legged friends along with a dog park on the Spring Hill side to let them run free.

When not in the dog park, keep your dog on a lead to protect the native wildlife and clean up after your dog.


Bring the family along to movies under the stars at our Outdoor Cinema in the Suburbs. Dora and the Lost City of Gold will be screened on Saturday 2 October. Entertainment from 5pm with the movie starting at 6pm.

Venues and activities

Victoria Park is home to Brisbane’s one-of-a-kind entertainment precinct and is the perfect destination for everyone that visits. Victoria Park's venues include a function centre catering for corporate events, special events and weddings, an al fresco style bistro, children’s playground, 18-hole putt putt course, two level driving range, golf shop and golf learning centre.


Function centre

Victoria Park has eight unique function rooms with free on-site parking. All rooms feature private bars, terraces and floor to ceiling glass overlooking the beautiful Brisbane city skyline and parklands. Function space hire is suitable for between 20 and 700 people.

For more information on events and function enquiries, phone Victoria Park on 07 3252 0666 or visit the Victoria Park website.


Victoria Park has five unique wedding venues with views of the city skyline and parklands. All wedding reception venues feature private bars, exclusive outdoor decks and floor to ceiling glass overlooking the parklands and ancient trees. Weddings can cater for 30 to 380 seated guests.

For more information on weddings, phone Victoria Park on 07 3252 0666 or visit the Victoria Park website.


The Victoria Park Bistro offers relaxed dining in a charming al fresco setting with spectacular views of Brisbane city and the parklands. Located at the top of the precinct, the bistro is the perfect spot to dine.

The bistro is open on Monday for breakfast and lunch and Tuesday to Sunday for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

For more information about the bistro or to download a menu, visit the Victoria Park website or phone the bistro on 07 3253 2533.

Children's playground

A children’s playground is situated next to the bistro. Play equipment includes slippery slides, climbing ropes, rock climbing wall and imaginative play areas as well as a re-purposed farm tractor, row boat and cubby house.



Putt putt course

The 18 hole putt putt mini golf course features epic views of Brisbane city as well as challenging terrain. Available to play morning, noon and night, the putt putt course features sand and water traps and swinging poles.

Online bookings are essential. To find out more visit the Victoria Park website or phone the golf shop on 07 3252 9891.

Driving range

The golf driving range is the only inner-city driving range and features a 300m all-weather, two level driving range including 53 hitting bays and a grass tee, plus 4 target greens. The driving range is floodlit, open seven days a week, morning until night every day except Christmas Day. The driving range also features two function spaces available for corporate, private and special event hire.

To find out more visit the Victoria Park website or phone the golf shop on 07 3252 9891.

Golf learning centre

The golf learning centre is one of Australia’s best golf facilities offering the latest in golf technology including Trackman, high speed cameras, force plates and golf swing analysis software. There is also a team of golf professionals available for private or group lessons to improve your golf game.

To find out more visit the Victoria Park website or phone the golf shop on 07 3252 9891.

Golf shop

The golf shop is one of Queensland’s largest golfing, lifestyle and leisure outlets. The golf shop features many services including the latest in equipment and apparel, with over 40 brands and offering custom club fittings.

To find out more visit the Victoria Park website or phone the golf shop on 07 3252 9891.

Getting there


Victoria Park is well-serviced by buses via the Inner Northern Busway.  Nearest stops are Herston and Kelvin Grove.  Visit the Translink website for more information.

Walking and cycling

The park also has a range of walking and bike paths from the northside and the city.


Parking is available onsite via the entrance at Herston Road.  On-street parking is also available along Herston Road, Gilchrist Avenue and Gregory Terrace.

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