Southbank - St Peters Lutheran College

South Bank parklands are situated on the banks of the Brisbane river surrounded by a well maintained landscape of both beautiful native trees and tropical greenery. The flora and fauna of the area adds to ambience of the river view to create the perfect environment to enjoy a relaxed day out with family with plenty to entertain the little ones and various options for casual or more formal lunch or dinner. With so much green space, taking a homemade picnic is the perfect idea for a day out with friends or family.

Boasting the only inner-city, man made beach in Australia, South Bank’s very own Street’s Beach is a sparkling lagoon surrounded by soft, white sand and sub-tropical plants, creating a utopia with city views to enjoy a cool off or relax on the shoreline and watch the kids splash in the shallows. South Bank has an eclectic mix of different food styles, from the more formal establishment to street food, the choice is yours. Regular markets take place on the weekends transforming South Bank into a hub for all searching for that something unique from the stallholders and artisans selling their wares.

Regular events take place with amazing food trucks and different cultural experiences. Family friendly fun and extra activities and festivals on school holidays make South Bank the place to be to enjoy new experiences and take in all that Brisbane has to offer. Goma – Gallery of Modern Art, QPAC performing arts complex and the Queensland Museum are all located within walking distance from central South Bank. Students regularly make the trip as a school or class to take in the sights and sounds of South Bank, with St Peters Lutheran College being only 14 minutes from South Bank, it makes getting there easy for school excursions. Transport is accessible with trains taking you to South Bank and running from early hours through to late evening at regular intervals from all areas along the train line. Translink bus services can pick you up from bus lines from the south, west, north and east, easy to access and a quick trip to the city and South Bank, allowing you to visit at any time, giving you the flexibility to plan your day and not have to think about parking.

For those who do wish to park, South Bank has a number of parking stations available, both metered and also private carparks with cost effective rates on weekends to allow flexibility even for the budget savvy day trippers. South Bank really is the perfect place to spend a relaxed day with family and friends, school holiday activities make it easy for parents and caregivers to plan a day out and create some wonderful memories together.