Roma Street Parkland Brisbane

1 Parkland Blvd, Brisbane City QLD 4000

The 16-hectare Roma Street Parkland is located in the heart of Brisbane, Australia. The Roma Street Parkland, from which it gets its name, is close to the Brisbane Transit Center and the Roma Street railway station. Roma Street Parkland, a 16-hectare piece of breathtaking parkland that is open seven days a week in the center of Brisbane, is a haven of designer gardens and expansive lawns.


Although Moreton Bay’s low-lying flood plains make up the majority of Brisbane, several of the city’s districts are built on significant hills. The Herbert Taylor Range is perched atop the Brisbane region’s western border. Brisbane is a hilly city. The Spurs partially elevate the urban area, including the core business district.

The Outdoor Living Environment

Brisbane has the ideal environment for outdoor living, with a long-term average annual high temperature of 79.52°F and a minimum low temperature of 60.8°F. Between October and March, it typically experiences a hot and humid time with periodic thunderstorms, hail, and torrential rain becoming more likely.

Garden Design at Roma Street Parkland

The parks in Brisbane have undergone extensive renovations that have improved and refined them. In July 2017, Reds Landscaping finished a Botanical Planting Design Services Brisbane project at Roma Street Parkland.

It is well known among garden and plant lovers for its high horticultural standards and is also a much-liked tourist attraction with barbecues, picnic areas, and two playgrounds.

By letting Red’s team of experts do Botanical Planting Design and choosing various plant species to thrive in their natural habitats, free from pests, it was important to maintain the aesthetic qualities of this property. They were given the right conditions to grow and be nurtured, including enough water, decent soil, and sunlight. As opposed to other warm-season grasses, Durban grass (sweet smother grass) is a broadleaf warm-season grass that is more tolerant of shade. It served as a ground cover beneath trees.

Subtropical plants were chosen for their resemblance to tropical plants as well as for their toughness, as they can withstand intense heat, high humidity, periods of intense rain, and protracted periods of drought. The plants we treated include Callianthe Darwinii, a shrub that is native to Brazil and generally grows to a height of 2 meters, and Asplenium nidus, an epiphytic species of fern in the Aspleniaceae family that is native to tropical eastern Australia. Pink blossoms are present. This is a significant improvement and a beautiful aesthetic feature for the Roma Street Parkland that these plants have turned fresh and green.

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