Dohles Rocks Reserve hugs the northern foreshore of North Pine River with views across to Tinchi Tamba Wetlands and Moreton Bay
Located just minutes off the M1 at Beenleigh, this grassy park enjoys prime position on the banks of the Logan River.
Bunya Riverside Reserve, also known as Bunya Crossing, has a deep waterhole which is perfect for swimming, kayaking, canoeing and fishing
Fig Tree Pocket River Reserve is one of Brisbane’s hidden treasures – a secreted waterfront park with picnic tables, BBQ, boat ramp and cute nautical themed playground, overseen by majestic gum trees.
Spread in a narrow ribbon along Yeronga’s riverfront is this peaceful park which is both a great locale for cycling, rollerblading and strolling as well as containing a lovely sand-floored children’s playground.
With cross-river views to Teneriffe, this wide open green space with playground, dog offleash area and BBQs is connected to Oxford St by a riverfront walk and cycle path.
Hugging the shores of Lake Samsonvale, this tranquil and spacious eucalypt treed reserve is arguably one of the best picnic and barbecue spots around.
Nestled at the base of the Story Bridge’s imposing south pylon is this park with one of the city’s most striking outlooks.
From their inception as the penal colony’s first farm in 1828 to today’s living museum these splendid gardens are culturally significant as the only place in Queensland to have had a continuous uninterrupted horticultural history for so long.
Colmslie Reserve is an eden-like grove and parkland, complete with sandy beach, that appears like a mirage down a long tree-lined drive in the midst of an industrial area of Murarrie.
Nestled in the depths of Graceville and catching the river breezes on one side, shady Faulkner Park is a good all rounder for families and dog owners.
When city life gets you down this is the kind of spot to retreat to - an enchanted little clearing of grass, gum trees and river rocks at the end of a cul-de-sac by the river.
Kangaroo Point Park, the park with arguably the most stunning views in Brisbane is a legacy of Queensland's 150 year celebrations, when an eyesore of a building, Kangaroo Point TAFE was demolished to make way for it.
This quaint little terraced park tucked at the end of a tiny cul-de-sac feels like a million miles from the city for those who need an escape.
Sandwiched between the evergreen Paul’s milk factory, William Jolly Bridge and GOMA is a tiny pocket park where fisherman drop a line and through which the riverside bike and pedestrian track passes on its way to Kurilpa Bridge.
Mowbray Park is a remnant of the riverine estate established in 1850 by the father of East Brisbane Reverend Thomas Mowbray and on which his house once stood.

Top Things To Do In Brisbane This Week

Brewed & Batched - Queenslander Edition returns to Treasury Brisbane in March
Why are we obsessed with Identity? Join Kenan Malik for a fascinating talk
Opera Queensland opens its 2019 season with A Flowering Tree at QPAC From April 2 to 6
Mystery in the Air revives the Golden Age of radio drama at QUT Gardens Theatre
Regatta Fair is a 3-day festival of food, beer, wine, whisky and live music at Brisbane's iconic Regatta Hotel
Mission Discovery 5-Day Space and STEAM Program is a unique opportunity for kids this school holiday
Don't miss the Regatta Hotel's Good Friday Seafood Buffet this Easter
Cinderella is a heart-felt, funny, fairy tale for grown-ups playing at QPAC from April 26 to May 5
Big Skies is a fantastic 9-day festival celebrating Queensland’s Western Downs region