Roma Street Park is situated on the edge of the city centre of Brisbane, north of Roma Street Station, which is the largest subtropical garden in the world and covers an area of 16 hectares. Along the trail, you can not only enjoy the subtropical flowers carefully planted, but also the running water, ponds and waterfalls. In addition, there are several barbecue areas in the park for tourists to use by themselves, which is a good place for leisure. Rome Street Park is also honored to have a Queensland Star Wall with bronze medals on the list of winners of the annual Queensland Star Award announced annually by the Governor in the Queensland Weekly. The Queensland Greats Awards is an award set up at the initiative of the Queensland Government in recognition of outstanding individuals and groups in Queensland who have made immortal contributions to Queensland. The award was opened by the distinguished Senator Peter Beattie, Governor of Queensland, on the occasion of the Federal Centennial Celebration in 2001.
It's not a famous scenic spot, but because of this, the park is very quiet and clean. The park is very big. It takes half a day to look around. There is a beautiful small garden spectacle garden. The gardener carefully manages every plant. Every plant is full of vitality. Lizards and birds can be seen everywhere, as if they were in the zoo.
Rome Street Park is an indoor free park, where all kinds of plants and flowers compete for beauty. Flower planting has a sense of design, color matching is very harmonious, giving people enjoyment. Trees are also in a variety of ways. Walking here is like going into a big nursery. The air is very fresh.
It's beautiful. The trees are tall and lush. The flowers are beautiful. For the first time, I saw a free barbecue table and boiled eggs.
Great place to make a barbecue with friends and also exercise.
A very colorful And well landscape designed park. Not very crowded but still get the lively environment around. It is divided in section according to the types of plant. And watch out the little reptile friends on the ground everywhere in the park. They help to keep out the mosquitoes around you :) great place for picnic.