The Victoria Park Vision: Brisbane’s biggest park in 50 years
Brisbane City Council (BCC) is converting the 18-hole golf course at Victoria Park into an iconic public parkland with something for everybody. The future Victoria Park will be more than double the size of the City Botanic Gardens and protect almost 45 hectares of green space.
Our Directors have been working with BCC since 1999 to operate all Victoria Park facilities and are committed to further developing the destination for years to come.
*We confirm that only the Golf Course is closing in 2021 to make way for public parkland and new facilities. Victoria Park’s Driving Range, Putt Putt, eight Function Venues and Bistro will not be closing*
Draft Vision Now Released
The draft masterplan, released January 19 2020, promises:
- Cultural Hub
- Mountain bike and walking tracks
- High ropes course
- Vegetable patch
- A 1.4-hectare Lake
- Boat house and kayaking hire
- Skate park
- Tennis and cricket courts
- Children’s water park
- Children’s playground
- A canopy walk
- A tree house
- A new function facility
- Outdoor multipurpose entertainment spaces
- A new golf “skills” practise area
- The current Victoria Park function centre, Bistro driving range and putt-putt course are remaining too due to their popularity.
Victoria Park will become a natural retreat, an urban park for adventure, discovery and reconnection. Watch the video below and share your thoughts on the new Victoria Park. To download a copy of the full Victoria Park Vision click here.