Best Kids Parks in Brisbane Inner City

You don't have to venture far from the Brisbane CBD to find some great kids' playgrounds. Here's 5 of the best, both within and on the edge of the city:

Riverside Green, South Bank's most popular playground, is open for business after an extensive refurbishment. Still in the same great location besides the Brisbane River, this
Brisbane’s newest playground can be found in the city’s oldest park – the City Botanic Gardens. Recently upgraded to appeal to children of all ages and abilities, the playground is still in the same general area - at the Albert Street entrance
This subtropical wonderland on the city’s edge features sprawling lawns where you can spread out a picnic blanket
Nestled at the base of the Story Bridge’s imposing south pylon is this park with one of the city’s most striking outlooks.
Hidden away atop Teneriffe’s highest (44m) hill is this charming little green domain, overlooking nineteenth century cottage chimneys and the city in one direction and flanked by native bush.

Top Things To Do In Brisbane This Week

An stunning exhibition of paintings inspired by the ranges of Central Australia
Brisbane Powerhouse reopens with a curated series of bespoke shows
QPAC invites people all over Queensland to share a virtual morning tea
Commemorate the 75th Anniversary of Victory in the Pacific Day
A month-long Harry Potter movie marathon is coming to Yatala Drive-In
The Big Band Cabaret Dinner & Show returns to Cloudland
This dog-friendly gin festival is coming to Welcome to Bowen Hills
Brisbane's getting a floating boat cinema, ideal for social distancing
Boho Luxe Market is a fabulous festival-style market at The Old Museum

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