Brisbane’s parks and gardens help make Brisbane the city we know and love.


Brisbane’s parks and gardens help make Brisbane the city we know and love.

From New Farm Park’s stately roses and the city’s biggest new public parkland at Victoria Park / Barrambin, to our riverside Sir Manuel Hornibrook and Catalina parks, our local parks provide a place for exercise, meditation, community gathering and make our Central Ward neighbourhood and even more attractive places to work and live

The Schrinner Council proudly funds a world-class program to maintain our incredible green spaces and every day and thank our professional horticulturalists and gardeners for their support.

I thank them for their amazing work because I know how much our local parks mean to you, and our many thousands of visitors to our area. 

From exciting play sculptures to heatwave busting water play, Council continues to transform the humble park into a go-to destination for families across Brisbane.

With Parks Week being celebrated from 4 – 12 March, Council continues to pursue the title of Australia’s green-space capital with more than $22 million worth suburban park improvements underway.

International Gardening Day is on 14th April, and this Autumn  I’d like to compile your thanks to our Council parks teams.

Whatever suburb you call home, please help me plant some positive thanks to our gardeners in the area below and I’ll make sure they get your kind messages.

Click through HERE for information about our FREE Native Plants and our HERE  for how we have made Brisbane City Council the most sustainable city in Australia 



Thank Your Gardeners

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