Botanical gardens in the city have stories under every tree. It's good to ride a bicycle under the nut trees and mangroves in the city botanical garden, or slide down the pontoon aisle on roller skates and watch the sailing boats coming and going along the river.
At the end of Queens Street is the Botanical Garden in the city, the oldest Botanical Garden in Brisbane. Walking into the mini-forest in a city, shuttling between the forest path and the lawn, the handsome man reading under the banyan tree, the sun shining through the leaves on his eyelashes, the charming couple with kiss on the bench of the walk, the beautiful woman lying on the lawn with headphones, occasionally. There are a few birds walking by looking for food, all the time seems to be static, so quiet and beautiful...
When we came to the Urban Botanical Garden, we were already in the middle of the night. Because we wanted to go to the South Bank Park in Fupeng, we had to pass the footbridge on the park beside the University of Science and Technology. The whole park is different from many fences in China. It forms an open pattern with the universities nearby. You can see many people come here to run or rest. It's a pity that the plants in the park could not be appreciated in the evening.
Quiet and lonely green space between the city center and the river near QUT. Great place to relax and read a book