Victoria Park / Barrambin projects

Victoria Park / Barrambin is transforming into a natural retreat and urban park for adventure, discovery and reconnection.

Brisbane City Council is progressing exciting new projects in the park to create more to see and do.

Learn more about projects in the park, bringing the Master Plan to life.

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    Spring Hill Common

    Expected delivery mid-2024

    Spring Hill Common will provide the local community with a relaxed parkland setting and lifestyle destination in Brisbane's inner city. The area will feature tiered stepped seating and a flat outdoor space for activities, community gatherings and picnicking. 

    Project details and construction update

    Urban pump track

    expected delivery late-2024

    The urban pump track is designed to take advantage of the park’s natural topography and offer a track for beginner and intermediate riders. It will include small skateable features, along with picnic shelters and seating making it a new destination for families in the inner city.

    Project details and construction update

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    QUT Kelvin Grove busway entrance

    Victoria Park / Barrambin can now be accessed directly from platform 1 of the QUT Kelvin Grove busway station, providing a convenient entry to the park and venues such as the function centre, driving range, bistro and putt putt. Direct access is also available from the Herston busway station.

    Park furniture and shelters

    More than 50 new pieces of furniture have been installed across the park. These include park benches, picnic tables, barbeques, drinking fountains, bike racks and shelters.

    Furniture and shelters have been positioned in shady spots for respite or locations that take advantage of spectacular city or park views.

      Herston busway

      Herston busway entrance

      This entrance provides direct access to the park from the Herston Grove busway station platform, making it even easier to get to the park along the Inner Northern Busway.

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