Of the many park areas that edge the Brisbane River , the South Brisbane Memorial Park has to be one of the most secluded and ... More
South Brisbane Memorial Park
Of the many park areas that edge the Brisbane River , the South Brisbane Memorial Park has to be one of the most secluded and majestically beautiful. This peaceful and shady haven is created by magnificent, ancient Bunyan Fig Trees that watch over the war memorials. Although a little off the beaten track, the park is bypassed by many cyclists and pedestrians on their way to South Bank . Unique views of the Brisbane River can be seen from the park, and it is conveniently located near the Ship Inn Hotel and Queensland Maritime Museum .
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