New Farm Park is a heritage-listed riverfront public park at 137 Sydney Street, New Farm, City of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It was designed by Albert Herbert Foster and built from 1914 to 1950 by Gladwin Legge & Co. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 7 February 2005.
The park covers 15 hectares (37 acres) and is at the southeastern end of the New Farm peninsula on a bend in the Brisbane River. The Powerhouse arts centre is at the eastern end of the park. The park includes the New Farm Park ferry wharf and links to the Brisbane Riverwalk from Newstead to Toowong. It is one of Brisbane's most popular parklands and tourist attractions.
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Giselle Topper | Jun 10, 2018
What a lovely place to spend an afternoon with friends and family or just a solo walk or rest. There was a great band playing in the Rotunda whilst we were there and there were Food trucks where you could buy Italian Street Food, Indian and many other cuisines. Lots of room for different parties. Lovely flowers being planted around the grounds. If you are in Brisbane and want to get away from it all - this is it! Right next to the river too.
Räşad Paşazadä | Jun 5, 2018
One of the best parks in all Brisbane. Huge area of lush Parkland trees benches and Riverside , as well as some small cafes. Very family friendly with a lot of shade for kids to play Under. Very spacious to play some Team games. You can also bring your small picnic and have a nice alfresco breakfast in the park. Definitely make sure to visit the Powerhouse which is now arts and theatrical performances space. Deal so have nice bar and restaurant where you can dine in after seeing some art and cabaret shows.
Larimar Sky | May 10, 2018
Absolutely awesome park!! A bit of everything for everyone, especially the parents and kids! Just the playground alone is exciting for me. Very spacious, beautiful tees and garden across. You can lay around reading a book on a lazy Sunday, or a picnic with friends. There's also a BBQ area and tennis court. Can't wait to bring the kids!
Don McPhail | May 17, 2018
Always a great open enjoyable oasis in the city. Nice big green space by the water with some shady spots, barbeques, park benches, toilets, play ground, and often a coffee van all within the park. Usually can get a park but sunny summer Sundays can be quite busy.
Amy Adams | Jun 9, 2018
The best park in Brisbane, simple. BBQ areas, markets on the Saturday, lots of space for picnics and by the river. Perfect for kids, exercise or a get together.
Keki Wilson | Jul 21, 2018
Big open space with excellent playground intertwined amongst mature trees. Great spot for kids, family groups, or catching up with friends. Kiosk selling coffee and ice creams conveniently located next to the playground. Due to it's popularity, parking is at a premium. Great place to spend a sunny day.
Apiata Murphy | Jun 27, 2018
A wonderful place for families to go & have a picnic. Loads of fun activities happening all throughout the week. A great play park for children & it has a really pumping vibe about it.
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