New Farm Park
New Farm Park is one of Brisbane’s oldest, grandest and largest parks, and attracts more than 18,000 visitors each week from all around the world. It is also a popular spot for local families, with enough amusements to keep little ones busy all day.
Only three CityCat stops from the Central Business District, the inner-northern village of New Farm has long been a place to connect with others.
The historic Brisbane Powerhouse, situated right next to New Farm Park, is also a must-see, playing host to live arts, weekend farmers markets and moonlight cinema (seasonal).
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New Fam Park’s heritage rose gardens have sprung to life this spring, with thousands of flowers blooming up to a fortnight earlier than previous years. Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner said for many residents, the warmer spring weather is their favourite time of the year and the blossoming roses of New Farm Park is the traditional
Brisbane City Council are proposing works within New Farm Park to improve visitor safety and accessibility to the precinct. The works are part of the Council’s commitment to enhancing and maintaining more than 2160 parks across the city. The works will include: Reopening the original Brunswick Street park entrance, and the installation of bollards to
The $3 million Better Suburbs Grants program is helping sports clubs and other community groups hit by COVID restrictions and snap lockdowns. Many local sports clubs and community groups have been forced to cover the cost of maintaining their facilities and fields, while games are cancelled and canteens are closed, Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner said.