Brisbane Nature Guide

One of the things that Brisbane is famous for is its natural beauty. Even though the city is modernised, Brisbane does not neglect maintaining and promoting its luscious natural environment. Around the city, there are numerous parks and gardens where locals and foreigners will enjoy spending time in. If you plan to take a trip to Brisbane, you shouldn’t miss visiting the most popular national parks and gardens. Immerse in the calm and serenity that Brisbane offers and appreciate the beauty of nature like never before.

Here are the most popular parks and gardens that every traveller should visit:

  1. City Botanic Gardens – City Botanic Gardens is previously known as Queens Park. This park is home to a wide variety of flowers and is a very pleasant sight to behold. City Botanic Garden is a great place to relax and unwind. This is a popular venue for weddings.
  2. New Farm Park – New Farm Park is a beautiful garden known for the abundance of roses. Different types of roses and flowering plants bloom here. This is also a poplar venue for weddings.
  3. Mt. Coot-tha Botanic Gardens – This botanic garden is found at the foot of Mt. Coot-tha which is the tallest mountain in Brisbane. The botanic gardens feature a bonsai house, rainforest zone, Japanese garden and many more.
  4. Boondall Wetlands Reserve – The Boondall Wetlands Reserve features salt marshes, grasslands, woodlands, mangroves and melaleuca wetlands. It is also home to a wide range of flora and fauna. It is located at the edge of Morton Bay.
  5. Fort Lytton National Park – This park is rich in cultural history as it is one of the parks built since the 19th century. A combination of history and modern day enjoyment is present in this park. Visitors can enjoy setting up picnics and taking leisure walks.
  6. Brisbane Forest Park – The Brisbane Forest Park is a natural reserve for the wildlife. This park captivates visitors with its subtropical rainforest, gorges and great views.
  7. Currumbin Sanctuary – though this is 1hr drive south on the Gold Coast, this sanctuary is home to 1400 animals. It is one of the most popular holiday attractions.

For nature lovers, Brisbane will be a feast to the eyes and soul. We invite you to stay here in Bridgewater Terraces. Our lodging facility is a natural haven for all travellers. We have our own garden here where travellers can relax and contemplate after a tiring day of exploration. Even business travellers will find tranquility in our lodging facility. We hope to see you soon here at Bridgewater Terraces.


About Denis Goodman

Denis is the manager of Bridgewater Terraces and has a long history with accommodation and property management rights. He brings his knowledge and experiences into his writer to help holiday makers have a wonderful holiday.

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