Guyatt Park, St Lucia

Brisbane City Council maintains more than 2160 parks across Brisbane, with more created all the time. Our parks range in size from small pocket parks to large district parks, three botanic gardens and many bushland reserves. Find a park near you, featured parks and their facilities, dog off-leash areas (dog parks) and park Wi-Fi hotspots. Discover how to make a park booking for an event, function or wedding. Councils active and healthy events program offers activities for all ages at parks across Brisbane.

Creating new parks, and enhancing and maintaining existing parks, is just another way Council is growing your Brisbane lifestyle to help you enjoy Brisbane's climate and connect with family and friends in the places that make our city great.

For ideas on other great places, spaces and events to enjoy in Brisbane, check out our Things to see and do in Brisbane page.

Highlights

Remember, when visiting our spaces and places to practise appropriate social distancing to help slow the spread of coronavirus. For more information, visit the Queensland Health website.

Park bookings and consents

Use this page to find out which park activities require a booking or consent. 

Roma Street Parkland events

Roma Street Parkland covers 16 hectares in the heart of Brisbane and has a year-round events program.

Albion parks

Find out about parks in the suburb of Albion, including Crosby Park – home to Allan Border Field.

Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha

The beautiful 56-hectare Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha are open. Entry to the gardens is free. Plan your trip with our visitor and mobility maps.

Victoria Park

We're changing Victoria Park into an iconic public parkland with something for everybody.

City Botanic Gardens

The 17-hectare, heritage-listed City Botanic Gardens in Brisbane City area open. Explore the key attractions.

Rocks Riverside Park

Set on the site of the former Queensland Cement Limited quarry, Rocks Riverside Park is an amazing district park located in Seventeen Mile Rocks.

Dog parks 

Council maintains dog off-leash areas (also known as dog parks) in parks all over the city – over 150 in total.

Last updated: 19 April 2021