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South Bank Parklands Brisbane 0.7 mi away
#1 of 80 Nature & Parks in Brisbane
Amazing new kids playground, swimming beaches and fun water park area, plenty of relaxation places by the river or on grassland, a variety of cafes and restaurants to choose from (cheap, mid and fine dining), muse...
South Bank provides tranquil nature walks, stroll along the river bank, a broad range of restaurants that will suit anyone's desires, water parks for adults and children, bicycle friendly, seating areas for 1 pers...
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#1 of 7 Nature & Parks in Cape Tribulation
The Daintree Rainforest is a unique ecological gem - it is the only place on Earth where the forests are much as they were 100 million years ago.To me it is like a botanical Jurassic Park.
From crossing the river by barge to the first and last sight seeing stop (Cape Tribulation), a jaw dropping, mesmerizing experience of free natural beauty only granted by nature.
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Roma Street Parkland Brisbane 0.6 mi away
#2 of 80 Nature & Parks in Brisbane
I had the pleasure to discover these wonderful parklands on Sunday, waterfalls, lakes, picnic areas, fern forests, beautiful flowers, beautifully shaped gardens, all amenities, a small train runs through the park,...
This beautiful park was a walking distance from our hotel It is a great way to spend 1-2 hr enjoying well manicured walkways meandering through different theme areas There are classic tropical gardens, south sea f...
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Mount Ngungun Glass House Mountains 39.7 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Glass House Mountains
One of our favourite days, exertion, nature and breathtaking views.
There is a free car park at the start of the trail and a really good information board about the historical significance to the indigenous people and to the area generally.
Daintree National Park Cape Tribulation
#2 of 7 Nature & Parks in Cape Tribulation
Travelling up to the cape area through the rainforest ,is a wonderful natural journey through thousands of years of nature ,beautiful landscapes ,hot and humid,but great scenic sites ,beautiful quiet beaches,there...
The very large Daintree National Park is a wonderful and mind boggling experience, wildlife, flora, fauna all preserved and protected with sensitivity to the traditional owners.
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Rocks Riverside Park Brisbane 6.4 mi away
#3 of 80 Nature & Parks in Brisbane
But the over-riding nature of this green space with its now mature groves of shade trees and large covered picnic shelters, is FUN! FUN! FUN!
Though it is relatively close to the very busy Centenary Bridge and highway, this beautifully landscaped park with riverside walkway / bikeway is the perfect place to get some reprieve from a busy life.
Queens Park Ipswich 18.8 mi away
#1 of 17 Nature & Parks in Ipswich
A beautiful parkland with roaming hills, grassed areas, a bush chapel (outdoor area for ceremonies), tranquil Japanese gardens with water features, playground, large shade trees and an amazing Nature Centre full o...
A cafe with great food and atmosphere, a fantastic park for the kids to explore, a Sunday family gathering and BBQ, a romantic roam through the tranquil Japanese Gardens, and my Mums favourite, a meet and greet wi...
The Brisbane River Brisbane 0.5 mi away
#4 of 80 Nature & Parks in Brisbane
... and just adds to the character of the city , with Southbank and its lovely family environment to the city and its Malls and shops and Parks , it is just a lovely place to visit and quite calming .John and Gina.
Art Galleries, cafes, City views, parkland and children's playgrounds, including the Southbank parkland, New Farm Park, Botanical Gardens, Bulimba Park, Power House complex and two universities.
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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Brisbane 5.6 mi away
#5 of 80 Nature & Parks in Brisbane
you can take a selfie with kangaroo and you also can cuddle a koala! the park have a open area where you can feed the kangaroo too! platypus is in the park as well.
Wonderful park with a great selection of wildlife and wonderful friendly and informative staff looking after them and the visitors.
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Marrdja Botanical Walk Cape Tribulation
#3 of 7 Nature & Parks in Cape Tribulation
Although we enjoyed all four walks in the Cape Tribulation section of the Daintree National Park (Kulki, Dubuji, Marrja and Jindalba), the Dubuji and Marrja walks were our favorites.
great info, amazing nature
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#6 of 80 Nature & Parks in Brisbane
Whether you want a picnic with friends, to enjoy the flower gardens, the lakes, the Japenese gardens, or the view from the city at the top of the park, its a great place to escape the hustle and bustle and relax!
It is a fantastic park comprising of gardens of different types, including Japanese Garden, Bonsai Garden, Cactii Garden display, Rain forest, Tropical Green house, largest collection of Australian native rainfore...
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St. Helena Island Brisbane 8.5 mi away
#7 of 80 Nature & Parks in Brisbane
Our day began at Manly Harbour boarding the Cat'o'Nine Tails and a very pleasant 30 minute trip across Waterloo Bay to St Helena Island, a former prison island and now a National Park.
National parks could add an extra toilet but other than that, cannot fault this trip!
Glass House Mountains National Park Glass House Mountains 38.0 mi away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Glass House Mountains
We wanted to get off the beaten track so went to this national park the views are outstanding and the walks are graded on a map we picked up from the lookout cafe it was very hot but the walks are shaded and there...
Best to start at the Visitor Information Centre at Glasshouse Mountains to see if all tracks, etc are open or the Qld National Parks website, clicking on Glasshouse Mtns is also a big help.
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New Farm Park Brisbane 1.7 mi away
#8 of 80 Nature & Parks in Brisbane
New Farm Park is iconic, from its glorious bandstand to the spectacular jacaranda trees (September-November), and the endless rose gardens, all right next to playing fields and picnic facilities among an exciting...
Lovely park, including or within walking distance within walking distance to and from ferry terminals, Brunswick St/the Valley, a large number of cafes, a lovely walk along the river, tennis courts,barbecues,picni...
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City Botanic Gardens Brisbane 0.5 mi away
#9 of 80 Nature & Parks in Brisbane
A lake, beautiful lawns and trees, a cornucopia of rare plants and flowers, well-designed pathways, and adjacency to the River make this park a perfect location for a pleasurable stroll or peaceful reflection.
... Excitement: 5/10 Worth doing / Value: 10/10 Nice place to visit, beautiful grounds & good for families located on the rivers edge and easy to spend an hour or more taking in the scenery, great if you love nature!
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#4 of 20 Nature & Parks in Daintree Region
It is a beautiful piece of nature with an easy, tranquil 2km walk through the rainforest and some stunning streams, pools and mini waterfalls which you can swim in.
... and refreshing and it is a beautiful spot The surrounding rain forest is amazing and there are several long and short walks to do The shop at the car park sold some of the nicest souvenirs that we have seen.
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Tamborine Mountain Gold Coast 33.2 mi away
#15 of 72 Nature & Parks in Gold Coast
There are both nature scenery and man-made sights, such as charming gallery walk for example, plus a number of little picturesque cafes and galleries dotted along the forest drives, there is a number of scenic loo...
... the shops and stop at a café or restaurant, for the more adventurous spirit there is the skywalk above the rainforest canopy, for the nature orientated there is the national park full of trails to trek through.
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Kangaroo Point Cliffs Park Brisbane 1.0 mi away
#10 of 80 Nature & Parks in Brisbane
... so many activities here , abseiling , bike riding , rock climbing , ride the Rivercat Ferries , picnic spots , or just talk a stroll thru the park at the foot of the cliffs it is a gem of Brisbane.John and Gina.
Kangaroo point cliffs is a great place for nature lovers, couples, those on a budget and anyone who wants to see Brisbane City from the best vantage point.
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Curtis Falls Tamborine Mountain 32.0 mi away
#2 of 7 Nature & Parks in Tamborine Mountain
We did the walk through the National park down to the Curtis falls which was amazing and we passed some huge trees and saw some great birds along the way- cat birds !! We then continued on the creek loop track and...
Lovely walk and a beautiful waterfall, you can swim but get in early for a good spot for it does tend to get full oh and the car park does get full pretty quick so my suggestion is to get in early
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Wivenhoe Dam Brisbane 21.4 mi away
#11 of 80 Nature & Parks in Brisbane
We had gone to Cormorant Bay Cafe for lunch, the park area is well set out, with BBQS, Play area for the kids, covered table areas, and lots of grassed areas for the kids to throw a ball..
Picnic tables and chairs are also close by, and we were able to park close to the BBQ area.
Dubuji Boardwalk Cape Tribulation
#4 of 7 Nature & Parks in Cape Tribulation
Well done to Queensland Parks and Wildlife Services (QPWS) for installing and maintaining this great, free walk.
It is a place where you just park and walk around a series of elevated walkways where you can see the rainforest up close and personal.
Shorncliffe Beach Brisbane 10.6 mi away
#12 of 80 Nature & Parks in Brisbane
... holiday village is now enjoyed by young and old but still maintains some of its historic homes amid some newer style renovations The beach has great walkways and a fantastic park at either end of the path.
Great park space and playground areas for the kids and access to fish and chip shops, coffee shops and BBQ's.
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Cow Bay
This park is just great - varied, informative, professionally run and really interesting... Five different themed areas with terrific guides - audio, written and very helpful staff... Special mention to Peter - hi...
... are amazingly informative the tower is just stunning to just sit there look and listerning for nature at its best the staff are so friendly and willing to chat and tell you what you are intresred in finding 10...
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D’Aguilar National Park Brisbane 6.2 mi away
#13 of 80 Nature & Parks in Brisbane
Once you've visited Mount Coo-tha you cannot skip this fabulous National Park with great walking trails, excellent lookouts of Brisbane, northern and southern Brisbane landscapes and a superb car route (70 kms long)
The Araucaria track was very well maintained and gave some lovely views across the reservoir and the short corymbia track close to the car park is a lovely and cool wooded area to shelter from the sun.
Daisy Hill Conservation Park Daisy Hill 13.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Daisy Hill
Great place to have a bbq with family and friends and go on a nature walk around the area to have a look at the local animals get up close and see the koalas and learn more about them
This is a wonderful park, for picnics, BBQs and catching up with friends.
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Mossman
Great guides full of knowledge and they allow you an opportunity to swim on the tour without the crowds you get in the national park.
The tours groups are also fairly small - ours was just 8, but I did see some a little larger - and the guided tour is in a section of the park not open to non-tour walkers, so this is a good way to see the park, a...
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Glass House Mountains National Park Queensland, Australia 39.6 mi away
#179 of 874 Nature & Parks in Queensland
Great covered or open lookout areas lots of covered and uncovered seating around lovely gum trees, great BBQ’s, rest rooms, a bush walk along a pathway, for nature lovers, lots of bird life, lots of information si...
I walked from Glasshouse Mountains train station but you can drive and park at the base of the mountain.
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Hinze Dam Gilston 43.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Gilston
Away from city and suburban hassle closer to Mother Nature "had a wonderful time here"Enjoyed walking around the park and got opportunity to read about the history of the place.
This is a great place to visit as a change to the theme parks for some nature.
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Tamborine Mountain Glow Worm Caves Tamborine Mountain 34.0 mi away
#3 of 7 Nature & Parks in Tamborine Mountain
Highly recommend for anyone that likes a little bit of education and nature.
Like amazing fairy lights of nature.
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Coombabah Lakes Conservation Area Coombabah 37.3 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Coombabah
Try your luck to see Kangaroo in Kangaroo Trail, Koala in the Koala Trail and enjoying the surrounding with the nature while listening to birds sounds.
Coombabah Conservation Area - Gorgeus Park, Wild Roos & Koalas