Graceville Riverside Parklands

Picnic by the river or launch a canoe and paddle up the creek. Graceville Riverside Parklands is a great place to start a water-based adventure.   

About this destination

Get active on the riverside pathway that runs between Graceville Riverside Parklands and Faulkner Park, where the Brisbane River meets Oxley Creek. 

Things to do

  • picnic areas and seating
  • playground
  • onsite toilets and car parking
  • walking and cycling paths
  • canoe and kayak launching pontoon and ramp

Getting there

Graceville Riverside Parklands is located on Nadine Street, and stretches towards Simpsons Playground on Graceville Avenue.

Opening Hours:
6am – 6.30pm

Nadine Street, Graceville or Graceville Avenue, Graceville at Simpsons Playground

Parking is available at Simpsons Playground

Public transport:

The parkland is located about 1 km from both Graceville and Tennyson stations.

Background and future stages

A place to slow down, get active or celebrate with the community. Graceville Riverside Parklands is the gateway to Oxley Creek – a starting point for exploring the creek corridor by bike, watercraft or on foot.  

Existing spaces and facilities will be revitalised and reimagined so people of all ages and abilities can experience canoeing, kayaking, dragon boating and sailing. Expanded greenspaces will create the perfect setting for picnics and gatherings. 

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