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.
I entered the parkland from its entrance at Wickham Terrace. There is an intersection there so please be careful with the traffic.
An area of the parkland is reserved for the Australian troops sent to Vietnam back in the 1960s/1970s.
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.
Roma Street Parkland is a great place to unwind yourself in the city.
This thingy (sorry I don’t know the name) is used to forecast the weather.
You will find this tree a common sight in Brisbane’s many parks.
Always be prepared just in case unwanted things happening
You drive by car from Wickham Terrace to the parkland, you will encounter this hump.
Don’t get lost here!
The parkland stretches from near Victoria Park down to Brisbane Transit Centre and Roma Street Railway Station.
You can easily spot lizards in this parkland.
If only there are boats to rent in the lake, it would have been better.
Somehow I didn’t feel like I was in Australia’s third largest city but more like in the outback.
It feels so peaceful when I saw birds having their lunch (even though I have phobia of aves animals).
This stairway is known as …
In the jungle
There is a small fountain nearby the information centre.
His lawnmower colleagues are having work while he was having a rest.
Two lizards enjoying themselves in the carpark.
I’m not lost in Borneo’s thick forest, aren’t I?
You can see ducks as well as some black-beaked birds (sorry I’m not a zoologist) around RSP.
Nice pathway, isn’t it?
From here, you can see Roma Street Railway Station below.
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.