Things To Do
The Mangrove Walk is a 450-metre river walk through the mangroves that line the river’s edge. With bird hides, shaded rest areas and art installations it’s well worth a visit. Indigenous storytelling and totems grace the concrete structure and tell the story of our local Indigenous communities, the Jagera and Turrbal people.
On William Street, the Commissariat Store (Queensland’s oldest habitable building) is worth a visit. This area can be safely enjoyed day or night with plenty of lighting in the park and along the Mangrove Walk. From here you could also visit the Anzac Square Museum and the interactive memorial gallery. you can plan your visit ahead of time.