South Bank Parklands
452 locals recommend ·
About this place
Explore The Parklands, with its lush foliage, public beach, lagoons and picnic areas, as well as Little Stanley’s cosmopolitan strip of restaurants and bars.
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Great for dining, City Cat ride along the river for the best experience of the Brisbane River.
Great eating places and views of Brisbane River, also access into the city via walking bridge.
A must visit spot along the Brisbane river. With lots to see and do including the man-made beach 🏖.
Restaurants, bars, riverside walks, gardens and night markets. Lots of free activities and something to suit everyone!
Southbank is a beautiful public park featuring swimming pools, rainforest, public park, eatieries, restaurants, pubs, and a wonderful walking esplanade right on the banks of the Brisbane River across from the city centre.
South Bank Parklands by Airbnb Experiences
Get to know this iconic landmark through Airbnb Experiences, small group activities led by locals
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