Great place to relax, eat and drink in the lovely riverside bars & restaurants, plenty for all the family. the other side of the river . it can be access by walking the victoral bridge . 5min walk from the treasury casino . however the whole south bank is kind of long . there ferry wheel , man made beach , musume , resturant , cenima , and many many resturant
Walking down South Bank was unexpected. The area is so well laid out. There is a nice balance between walking paths along tge river, walking paths into nature areas and into parks. It also has areas for families to play and friends to hang out on the grass and play games. The wheel, I'm sure, would give a wonderful view of the CBD area. I can only imagine the night view with all the bridges lit up. Had a nice time strolling the area for a few hours, then dinner not to far away.
South bank, located at the opposite side of Brisbane CBD, connected by Victoria bridge. Welcome you is the iconic Wheel of Brisbane, and the famous man-made inland beach - Streets beach, walking along the river side is the south bank parklands, as we were there during weekends, you can find many peoples bring their family out and picnic at the parks.South bank is made up by parks, museum, arts and science center, you can also find most of the fine dining restaurant here.
The air here is very good, relaxing and comfortable. There is also a small beach and swimming pool. The sand is soft and the water is clean. When it's warm at noon (I went in winter), many parents take their children to play. Sometimes after class, I go there with my classmates. There's another Ferris wheel that I've always wanted to ride! There's also a public barbecue, and sometimes the teacher takes us to a barbecue. There's a lovely ice cream shop on the street next to us. It's our favorite place to leave school for about a wave. There's also a museum nearby and an Art Gallery, both free of charge, which you can visit when you're free.
Story Bridge has no story, kangaroo horn has no kangaroo, it is worth moving along the Brisbane River to build the South Bank Park. I still imagine parks in China full of old people or children, mottled rust and bare lawns all the year round. And here are Australia's best city parks, artificial beaches, tree-lined avenues, free swimming pools, Ferris wheels, beautiful cafes, barbecues, picnics, Suncorp Piazza Square often broadcasts international events and movies. Old and young are suitable, lively and extraordinary. Only when we arrived at the South Bank Park did we really feel the atmosphere of Australian life. The Grand Arbour, the most noticeable part of the South Bank Park, has four seasons of blooming.
Awesome scenery with nice & great people as volunteers in the park to provide cutie train rides (just a top to the drivers afterwards) ... all free!
Brisbane's South Bank is just a river away from the Central Business District. It's a place where Brisbane people usually enjoy leisure and recreation. I often go to the South Bank Park when I'm free. The traffic here is very convenient, including the speedboat city cat, the culture centre bus station (which can reach almost anywhere in Brisbane), and the South Brisbane railway station. The scenery here is very beautiful. Every once in a while, the South Bank Park will hold a variety of activities. For food, the French Festival and night market are very good. The Ferris wheel in the South Bank Park is very conspicuous. There are free swimming pools for citizens. I also use free barbecue tables. I can really feel the happiness and leisure of Brisbane people when I come here.
South Bank Park is the site of the World Expo. It is located on the South Bank of Brisbane. It covers 16 hectares. It is the best place to enjoy the subtropical climate of Brisbane. There are clear Kodak beaches and green shade grasslands in the park. You can have picnics and barbecues here. You can enjoy the garden scenery by yacht, you can ride bicycles through the woods or on the square. Watch street performances or go to the cinema to see super-large movies. It is said that the Nepal Pavilion here is the only site reserved for the World Expo. It's a good view.
The South Bank Park, on the South Bank of the Brisbane River, was once the site of the 1988 World Expo. There are artificial beaches, Ferris wheels and amusement parks, all covered with green vegetation. Local people especially like to come here for picnic and enjoy life in leisure time.