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Easy Ten Kilometres Walk to Teneriffe, Brisbane City

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Published July 12th 2021
An easy walk to Teneriffe rich in history
Start at the Wheel of Brisbane, the walk is about 10 km long, allow about three hours. The fitness required is just to cope with the length of the walk. The walk is practically flat.

The walk can be done at any time of the day and in any season. In summer, it is recommended to walk early in the morning or late afternoon to avoid the hottest hours of the day. The walk in the evening is terrific when all the bridges and the city lights are on.

Starting at the Wheel of Brisbane walk on New Southbank towards the Goodwill Bridge along the Brisbane River, cross the Goodwill Bridge and continue into the Botanic Gardens in Brisbane City. Then walk towards the Story Bridge, into the Howard Smith Wharves and then to New Farm till Teneriffe, all along the Brisbane River. Walk up to Teneriffe ferry terminal, where you can return into the City walking back or catching the City Glider 60, the bus 199 or catching the City Cat at Teneriffe ferry terminal.

It is fun walking in a group, meeting new people, have a new positive experience and doing things together.

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Start the walk at the Wheel of Brisbane, one of the Brisbane's famous landmarks. Photo by Author.


There are a lot of works going on the Brisbane River. Soon another bridge will appear connecting South Brisbane with the new building of the casino.

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The construction of a new bridge connection South Brisbane to the new casino. Photo by Author.


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The bougainvillea on the Brisbane River. Photo by Author.


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The free swimming pool at Southbank. If you like, in the warm seasons, you can pack your swimmers and have a dip. Photo by Author.


At Southbank, you can stop at Epicurious to check the edible landscape, plants and flowers in the gardens. Epicurious is looked after by volunteers who tend regularly to the gardens. The volunteers are onsite from 7am-11.30am on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Please don't pick the plants at Epicurious, the volunteers collect the herbs and the fruits for the people who would like to taste them.

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Epicurious is along Southbank. Photo by Author.


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Flowers and vegetables at Epicurious. Photos by Author.


Keep walking along Southbank, past the Maritime Museum and then turn left onto the Goodwill Bridge.

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There is a breezy Cafe on the Goodwill Bridge. Photo by Author.


The Goodwill Bridge is exclusively a pedestrian and cyclist bridge that connects the South Bank Parklands with Gardens Point in the Brisbane CBD.

The Goodwill Bridge was opened on 21 October 2001. The arch is 102 metres long, and the bridge is important for pedestrians and cyclists to move from one bank of the Brisbane River to the other one.

Over 40,000 people walk or cycle across the bridge each week. Scooters are allowed on the Goodwill Bridge.

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Walking to Teneriffe. Photo by Author.


Once you have crossed the Goodwill Bridge, turn right into the Brisbane Botanic Gardens. Keep walking along the Brisbane River towards the Story Bridge.

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Walking along the Brisbane River towards the Story Bridge. Photo by Author.


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The beautiful Golden wattle along the Brisbane River, a native Australian plant. Photo by Author.


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Plant form by Robert Juniper, just on the side of the footpath along the Brisbane River. Photo by Author.


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Pier to Kookaburra Queen, Strelitzia reginae, commonly known as the crane flower, bird of paradise, Flowers along the footpath, Brisbane City fountain. Photos by Author.


The Fantauzzo Hotel has taken another name after the hotel was acquired from the Deague Group by Syrian billionaire Ghassan Aboud, owner of the Crystalbrook Collection portfolio.

The beautiful Fantauzzo Hotel - now Crystalbrook Vincent - is located just under the Story Bridge. It is innovative from an architectural point of view and it overlooks the new Howard Smith Wharves entertainment complex. Crystalbrook is at 5 Boundary St, Brisbane City QLD 4000

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The Fantauzzo Hotel has taken a new name after it was acquired from the Deague Group by Syrian billionaire Ghassan Aboud, owner of the Crystalbrook Collection portfolio. Photo by Author.


The Story Bridge is heritage-listed and it was opened on 6 July 1940. It took five years to be completed and it has become an iconic landmark of Brisbane City. It is possible to climb the Story Bridge with Story Bridge Adventure Time. There are fantastic views and breathtaking sunrises and sunsets to admire on the top of the Story Bridge. Here the link for the website:
https://storybridgeadventureclimb.com.au/

In the evening, the Story Bridge lights up with different colours to commemorate a special day, to promote or raise awareness for events or campaigns.

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The Story Bridge, an iconic landmark in Brisbane. Photo by Author.



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The Story Bridge in Torres Strait Island Colours. Photo by Author.


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The Story Bridge with the colours of the Aboriginal flag. Photo by Author.


The Howard Smith Wharves were originally constructed in the 1930s to provide relief work during the depression. The area was later abandoned but then its importance was acknowledged by heritage listing the old buildings still present.

Recently, the Howard Smith Wharves have been transforming from a derelict area into a high profile place with great restaurants, bars, a brewery, halls and playgrounds. Today it is a very enjoyable dynamic area, with lots of green space, terrific views over Brisbane City and the Story Bridge.

A place for all the community to enjoy sitting along the balustrade with a glass of wine, savoring fine food and drinking the beers brewed in situ.

Gigi's Cafe and restaurant is located at the east end of the Howard Smith Wharves. It is very well recognisable by the alfresco set up. The venue is in the open air, with many umbrellas, tables and benches. It is a great place to stop in the morning for a cup of coffee.

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Fresh pastries are delivered to Gigi's every morning. Photo by Author.


Gigi's serves up coffee and pastries Monday – Sunday, 6am – 2pm.

The full menu is available Thursday 5pm – late Friday – Sunday, 12pm – late.

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The New Farm Riverwalk. Photo by Author.


After a great break at Gigi's, enter the New Farm Riverwalk and continue walking.

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Views over the Brisbane River, busy with different vessels. Photos by Author.


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A great playground, flowers, poles along the Brisbane River and scooters for hire. Photos by Author.


New Farm Park is one of the oldest parks in Brisbane. It is very popular for picnics, playgrounds and strolls. It has a magnificent area cultivated with roses. The park is also famous for the Jacaranda trees blooming at the beginning of spring.

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A glamorous set up for a picnic in New Farm Park. Photo by Author.


At the end of the New Farm Riverwalk turn right, take Merthyr Road and turn right onto Griffith Street and right again onto Sydney Street. Walk into New Farm Park, along the Brisbane River.
People enjoying New Farm Park. Photo by Author.


Powerhouse is home to over 1,250 events each year across music, comedy, dance, film, visual arts &more. The building is a former power station and today is a hub of culture and entertainment.

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Market and entertainment at the Powerhouse. Photo by Author.


Keep walking along the Brisbane River and soon you will be on The Submariner Walk.

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Posing for a group photo at the Submariner's Walk. Photo by Author.


The walk is dedicated to the memory of those submariners and crews who conducted war patrols and different operations in WWII.

New Farm Wharf was one of the largest US Naval Bases in the South-West Pacific area with a total of 79 submariners operated over a period of three years. (From the sign).

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The benches reflect the theme of the Submariners Walk. Photo by Author.


The sculpture Gloria and Gerard stands along the footpath overlooking the Brisbane River near the intersection of Dath and Vernon Terrace. The sculpture was made by sculptor Mark Andrews. It is made of polished stainless steel and it is there to evoke the rich past in the wool trade of Teneriffe.

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Gloria and Gerard by the sculpture Mark Andrews stands in Teneriffe. Photo by Author.


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The machine that was used to compress the bales of wool is on display. Photo by Author.


Teneriffe jetty is a few metres away. You can catch the City Cat Ferry to return to the City or catch the City Glider 60 or the bus 199.

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Returning into the City by City Cat. Photos by Author.


What to bring

Bring a light backpack, good walking shoes or hiking boots, a light raincoat if necessary, water, money for the ferry fare (or GOCARD) and morning tea.

Please consider that is very important to remain on the pedestrian sites of the walkways all the time and great care needs to be taken when there are share paths and be very watchful for eager bike riders. and scooters.


Directions

The best way to enter the town is by train. The best stop is South Brisbane.

Brisbane City Council's underground King George Square Car Park is between Ann and Adelaide Streets, vehicle entry is via Roma or Adelaide Streets and exit is via Roma Street.

AFTER 4:30pm King George Square carpark charges the night rate.
Monday to Thursday 4.30pm to midnight: $5

Monday to Thursday from 5.30am to midnight
Weekends from 5.30am Friday to 11pm Sunday
Public holidays from 7.30am to 11pm unless otherwise advised (closed Christmas Day and Good Friday).

Here is the link:
www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/traffic-transport/parking-permits/car-parks/king-george-square-car-park

Reference


www.visitbrisbane.com.au/south-bank/things-to-do/nature-and-wildlife/parks-and-gardens/epicurious-garden?sc_lang=en-au

www.crystalbrookcollection.com

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Story_Bridge

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goodwill_Bridge

https://howardsmithwharves.com

https://howardsmithwharves.com/whats-on/gigis

https://brisbanepowerhouse.org


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Your Comment
Another great walk Cris, one that could be managed with a low level of fitness.
by Neil Follett (score: 3|2826) 14 days ago
Another interesting article and nice pics. Thanks and Cheers.
by telor (score: 2|124) 14 days ago
Great walks& encourages people to get ‘out and about
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