Roma Street Parkland

This is not a complete report as I haven’t explored all sides of Roma Street Parkland but I hope this story will give you some ideas of the place.

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I entered the parkland from its entrance at Wickham Terrace. There is an intersection there so please be careful with the traffic.

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An area of the parkland is reserved for the Australian troops sent to Vietnam back in the 1960s/1970s.

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If you bring along your pet, particularly dog, put it on leash and make sure he/she doesn’t litter in the parkland. Plastic bag is given by the authority so that you can carry the litter.

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Roma Street Parkland is a great place to unwind yourself in the city.

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This thingy (sorry I don’t know the name) is used to forecast the weather.

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You will find this tree a common sight in Brisbane’s many parks.

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Always be prepared just in case unwanted things happening

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You drive by car from Wickham Terrace to the parkland, you will encounter this hump.

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Don’t get lost here!

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The parkland stretches from near Victoria Park down to Brisbane Transit Centre and Roma Street Railway Station.

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You can easily spot lizards in this parkland.

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If only there are boats to rent in the lake, it would have been better.

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Somehow I didn’t feel like I was in Australia’s third largest city but more like in the outback.

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It feels so peaceful when I saw birds having their lunch (even though I have phobia of aves animals).

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This stairway is known as …

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In the jungle

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There is a small fountain nearby the information centre.

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His lawnmower colleagues are having work while he was having a rest.

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Two lizards enjoying themselves in the carpark.

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I’m not lost in Borneo’s thick forest, aren’t I?

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You can see ducks as well as some black-beaked birds (sorry I’m not a zoologist) around RSP.

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Nice pathway, isn’t it?

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From here, you can see Roma Street Railway Station below.

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Roma Street Parkland has an amphitheatre near entrance 5 and entrance 6.

Overall: A very good place to have a rest from Brisbane’s skyscrapers, definitely a must-go besides the City Botanic Garden which is recommended by many travel books.

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