Victoria Park Vision

View of Victoria Park with Brisbane city in background


Brisbane City Council is growing your Brisbane lifestyle by turning Victoria Park into a world-class parkland, giving you more to see and do in a clean and green Brisbane.

Now is the time to share your big ideas on how we can evolve the existing space into an iconic destination for residents and visitors.

Creating Brisbane’s biggest park in 50 years means more opportunities to enjoy Brisbane’s beautiful climate and connect with family and friends in the places that make our city great.

The enhanced park will be more than double the size of the City Botanic Gardens, helping to make Brisbane an even better place to live and relax.

The existing golf course space is proposed to transition into a parkland that everyone can enjoy, while keeping the popular putt putt course, driving range and functions centre.

During 2019-20, community consultation will occur to create a Vision for Victoria Park that will protect green space for future generations and guide future enhancements.

From 2021, works are expected to start to transform the golf course into public parkland.


View of Victoria Park with Brisbane city in background


Brisbane City Council is growing your Brisbane lifestyle by turning Victoria Park into a world-class parkland, giving you more to see and do in a clean and green Brisbane.

Now is the time to share your big ideas on how we can evolve the existing space into an iconic destination for residents and visitors.

Creating Brisbane’s biggest park in 50 years means more opportunities to enjoy Brisbane’s beautiful climate and connect with family and friends in the places that make our city great.

The enhanced park will be more than double the size of the City Botanic Gardens, helping to make Brisbane an even better place to live and relax.

The existing golf course space is proposed to transition into a parkland that everyone can enjoy, while keeping the popular putt putt course, driving range and functions centre.

During 2019-20, community consultation will occur to create a Vision for Victoria Park that will protect green space for future generations and guide future enhancements.

From 2021, works are expected to start to transform the golf course into public parkland.



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    by David McIlveen, 25 days ago
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    I spent many hours in parks and gardens when I traveled through Europe in my 20s, and I particularly remember Kew Gardens in London, Prior Park in Bath, and The Tuileries and Luxembourg Gardens in Paris. The Tuileries was particularly memorable. I'm not sure what it was, but the layout of the chairs, trees, the natural surfaces (gravel and sand, not concrete) and water features, around which people congregated, was just right. It felt harmonious, and naturally drew a lot of people in. There were so many people of all ages sitting, reading, talking and picnicking... it really was a... Continue reading

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  • My visit to Singapore Park

    by deebee, about 1 month ago
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    I had a short visit to Singapore and the highlight was a trip to see the super trees. The gardens are beautiful and the iconic trees make it unique and memorable. I would visit the gardens in Singapore again.

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  • Visiting Crystal Palace

    by Dino_Dave, about 1 month ago

    During my trip to the UK one of the crown jewels of the visit was when I went to the Crystal Palace. For those that dont know, the Crystal Palace dates back to the 1850s, and has several dinosaurs statues, or at least what people though dinosaurs looked like at the time.
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