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Pan Pacific Peace Gardens

‍The Pan Pacific Peace Gardens are a popular public park located in the Redbank neighbourhood of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The gardens, originally designed by noted horticulturalist and botanist, Dr. William S. Barnard, and later restored by the Queensland government at its centenary in 1951, cover an area of approximately 12 hectares (30 acres). The gardens are situated on a block bounded by Victoria Street on the north, Boundary Street on the west, Boundary Creek on the east and an alley between Albert Street and Boundary Street on the south. The main entrance to the gardens is via Victoria Street where there are also parking facilities as well as a playground for children. The Redbank Creek runs through this part of Brisbane and provides water for many homes along its banks. Next article.

If you are planning to visit the gardens on a weekend, plan to arrive early in order to ensure that you get a space to sit down and relax in the gardens. During the weekdays, the gardens can get quite busy with many people coming to visit and enjoy the beauty of the gardens. If you are visiting the gardens during the week, bring a picnic lunch, sit down and relax in the gardens or visit one of the nearby attractions such as the Story Bridge or the Science Centre. Alternatively, you could also visit one of the many cafes and restaurants present in the area. During the summer months, the gardens are crowded with families and couples enjoying the beauty of the gardens. The winters are mild and ideal for spending time in the gardens with a hot cup of coffee or a hot chocolate by your side. Alternatively, you could visit the gardens during the winter months when the gardens are decorated with beautiful seasonal flowers. You could also visit the gardens during the winter when the gardens are decorated with traditional Australian bush trees and shrubs. Learn more here.

The gardens are located in the Redbank neighbourhood of Brisbane. The gardens can easily be reached via public transportation. The CityCat ferry service is available from the ferry terminal at Paddington giving visitors an easy way to reach the gardens. Alternatively, there are many taxis and taxis-for-hire available in the area. Alternatively, you could also walk from the Victoria Street bus stop and use the Boundary Creek walking track which leads to the gardens. You could also walk from the Albert Street bus stop where you could use the Albert Lane walking track to reach the gardens. If you are visiting the gardens with a group, consider renting a bike or a scooter. You could also walk from the Albert Street bus stop which is close to the Victoria Street bus stop and the Boundary Creek walking track. You could also walk from the Albert Street bus stop where the Boundary Creek walking track connects with the Albert Lane walking track.

There are many beautiful gardens to explore at the Pan Pacific Peace Gardens. If you have time, we recommend that you explore every nook and cranny in these gardens in an attempt to uncover every hidden treasure. Some of the gardens at the Pan Pacific Peace Gardens you should explore include the Shrubs Garden, the Ferns Garden, the Roses Garden, the Pool Garden, the Australian Bush Trees Garden and the Australian Native Plants Garden. Apart from the various gardens, the gardens also include a small lake and fountain, a pergola and an orchard. When you stand at the top of the Victoria Street entrance, you will be able to see the whole garden and its many attractions. You could also walk around the perimeter of the gardens to explore the many attractions such as the shrubs garden, the roses garden, the ferns garden, the pool garden, the Australian bush trees and native plants gardens, the pergola and the lake and fountain.

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Start: Pan Pacific Peace Gardens

1 McAuliffe St, Redbank QLD 4301, Australia

Get on M2

1 min (1.0 km)

Head southwest on McAuliffe St toward Railway Terrace

23 m

Turn right onto Railway Terrace

 May be closed at certain times or days

63 m

Turn left onto Francis St

210 m

Turn left onto the M2/Ipswich Mwy ramp to Brisbane

750 m

Continue on M2. Take M7 and Centenary Hwy/M5 to Fig Tree Pocket Rd in Indooroopilly. Take the Fig Tree Pocket Rd exit from Centenary Hwy/M5

11 min (15.4 km)

Merge onto M2

3.0 km

Continue onto M7

4.4 km

Use the left 2 lanes to take exit 28 to merge onto Centenary Hwy/M5 toward Jindalee/Northern Suburbs

7.8 km

Take the Fig Tree Pocket Rd exit

180 m

Keep left to continue toward Fig Tree Pocket Rd

89 m

Continue on Fig Tree Pocket Rd. Drive to Jesmond Rd in Fig Tree Pocket

4 min (2.6 km)

Turn left onto Fig Tree Pocket Rd

1.0 km

Turn left to stay on Fig Tree Pocket Rd

1.0 km

At the roundabout, continue straight onto Gunnin St

550 m

Turn right onto Jesmond Rd

3 m

End: Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

708 Jesmond Rd, Fig Tree Pocket QLD 4069, Australia

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Start: BG ELECTRICAL & AIR CON

17/500 Seventeen Mile Rocks Rd, Seventeen Mile Rocks QLD 4073, Australia

Continue to Sinnamon Park

2 min (1.5 km)

Head north

29 m

At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Seventeen Mile Rocks Rd

1.0 km

At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Centenary Hwy

450 m

Continue on M5. Take M7 and M2 to Collingwood Dr/State Route 33 in Redbank. Take exit 31 from M2

9 min (13.9 km)

Merge onto Centenary Hwy/M5

3.8 km

Use the right lane to take the M7/Ipswich Mwy exit toward Ipswich/Toowoomba

1.6 km

Merge onto M7

3.9 km

Continue onto M2

3.8 km

Take exit 31 toward Mine St/Redbank/Collingwood Pk

550 m

Use the right lane to continue toward Collingwood Dr/State Route 33

59 m

Take Francis St to McAuliffe St

2 min (1.1 km)

Turn right onto Collingwood Dr/State Route 33

82 m

Use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto Francis St

900 m

Turn right onto Railway Terrace

 May be closed at certain times or days

63 m

Turn left onto McAuliffe St

23 m

End: Pan Pacific Peace Gardens

1 McAuliffe St, Redbank QLD 4301, Australia

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