South Bank Parklands in Queensland, Australia   ::::    The parklands consist of a mixture of rainforest, water, grassed areas and plazas as well as features such as the riverfront promenade, the Streets Beach and fountains.

South Bank Parklands in Queensland, Australia. Visit our Page -► ツ Amazing Facts & Nature ツ ◄- For more. The parklands consist of a mixture of rainforest, water, grbutted areas and plazas as well as features such as the riverfront promenade,

The gardens, which were originally called the Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens and which cover 52 hectares, were established by the Brisbane City Council in 1970, and officially opened in 1976. The gardens are the second botanical gardens established in Brisbane.

The gardens, which were originally called the Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens and which cover 52 hectares, were established by the Brisbane City Council in and officially opened in The gardens are the second botanical gardens established in Brisbane.

Anzac Square, Brisbane - look at that poor guy mowing....wonder how long it took him to do all of that! :-)

Anzac Square, Brisbane - look at that poor guy mowing. :-) Remember when we had lovely places like this to spend your lunch hour in and feed the pigeons?

Brisbane Botanic Gardens -Mount Coot-tha, QLD, Australia http://prepare.renumigrationservices.com/

Brisbane Botanic Gardens -Mount Coot-tha, QLD, Australia http://prepare.renumigrationservices.com/

City Botanic Gardens - The City Botanic Gardens is located on the Brisbane River adjacent to the central business district. The gardens area has frontages on both Alice Street and George Street.  The Queensland Government Heritage Register describes the Gardens as "[T]he most significant, non-Aboriginal cultural landscape in Queensland, having a continuous horticultural history since 1828, without any significant loss of land area or change in use over that time.

City Botanic Gardens - The City Botanic Gardens is located on the Brisbane River adjacent to the central business district. The gardens area has frontages on both Alice Street and George Street. The Queensland Government Heritage Register describes the Gardens as "[T]he most significant, non-Aboriginal cultural landscape in Queensland, having a continuous horticultural history since 1828, without any significant loss of land area or change in use over that time.

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