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Reviewed today

We got there via QUT with the Sea Cat witnessing the remaining historic architecture in the middle of the property spree, charming and erect. The garden is a promenadable promontory, lacking Sydney's grandeur and gravitas but refreshing, characterful with flora that captures and captivates visitors...More

Thank Bardangas
Reviewed 2 days ago

A great place to walk along the Brisbane river right in the CBD. Wonderful example of a city park and easy link by bridge to Southbank.

Thank al_cathy53
Reviewed 2 days ago

I have been coming here for a number of years and it's my escape like many others at lunchtime the people working in the area do. Very green with a healthy bird life, watch around the rubbish bins there a big bird called an ibis...More

Thank crowntours369
Reviewed 4 days ago

It is a great asset for Brisbane sitting right at the city edge and it is a great park and gardens but it lacks the beauty and character of some such as the Melbourne Botanic Gardens. It is a great place to walk along the...More

Thank Oldjack
Reviewed 4 days ago

The Botanic Gardens are a must-do for anyone travelling to Brisbane. So many garden styles on the banks of the Brisbane River. Beautiful to visit any month and any time of year. I love the weekend market, but most of all the ambience. Great to...More

Thank Jenattard
Reviewed 6 days ago

Could have spent longer if we had the time. Nicely laid out with plenty of seating . A large collection of trees and plants

Thank PooleCollectors
Reviewed 1 week ago

So many locals and visitors enjoy the gardens, walking, jogging, cycling. It's a beautiful walk along the river with views of the Storey Bridge and Kangaroo Point Cliffs, enjoy the markets when they're open, feed the birds, perhaps take a picnic on the lush lawns.

Thank Grace and Wayne M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A simple everyday like Botanics but it sits along the river which is a nice place to relax especially at night. Its also a lovely place for a bike ride or a jog.

Thank Eden R
Reviewed 1 week ago

Whether you visit during the week (with tea rooms or gelato van) or visit on the weekend (with wonderful Sunday markets with music) it is always a pleasure to wander through. The garden is located between the city and the river. We enjoy incorporating the...More

Thank AllanSue58
Reviewed 1 week ago

Studying in QUT, this is just beside the campus. A nice place to chill in the midst of bust university schedule

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mgabbledox
16 September 2017|
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Response from Barny B | Reviewed this property |
There is adequate street parking and private parking near the gardens.
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SimonJagus
2 January 2017|
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Response from lindarobinson123 | Reviewed this property |
Hi there has far as i l know you can as long as they are on a leash i have seen people who have guide dogs (eg) blind people so i don't see why not , but you might want to check with Brisbane council. Hope this helps you.
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