Victoria Park Draft Vision

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Consultation on the draft vision has now closed

Updated August 2020

Thank-you to everyone who provided feedback on the Victoria Park draft vision. All feedback is currently being considered before the release of the final vision planned for late 2020.


Brisbane City Council is changing Victoria Park into an iconic public parkland with something for everybody.

Council is converting the 18-hole golf course into an expansive new park following feedback from residents who have told Council they want more greenspaces with new places to relax.

This means more opportunities to enjoy Brisbane’s beautiful climate and connect with family and friends

Consultation on the draft vision has now closed

Updated August 2020

Thank-you to everyone who provided feedback on the Victoria Park draft vision. All feedback is currently being considered before the release of the final vision planned for late 2020.


Brisbane City Council is changing Victoria Park into an iconic public parkland with something for everybody.

Council is converting the 18-hole golf course into an expansive new park following feedback from residents who have told Council they want more greenspaces with new places to relax.

This means more opportunities to enjoy Brisbane’s beautiful climate and connect with family and friends in the places that make our city great.

The draft vision for Brisbane’s biggest new park captures your ideas and shows how it will be transformed to make our city even better.

Victoria Park Vision

Victoria Park will become a natural retreat, an urban park for adventure, discovery and reconnection.

A Cultural Hub will celebrate Brisbane’s heritage and natural environment. The park will feature native bushland pockets and waterholes where visitors can enjoy kayaking and swimming lagoons.

Architecture will mimic the landscape with suspended canopy walks and a tree house so visitors can connect with nature, day and night.

This prime inner-city location will include a community garden, giving visitors more to see and do.

It will be culturally authentic, celebrating the many layers of human contact with the landscape and the site’s significance to Aboriginal people.

Victoria Park is another way we’re making Brisbane better for future generations.