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Teneriffe Park

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by Deb Jury (subscribe)
Published July 26th 2011
Teneriffe Park
Magnificent trees surround Teneriffe Park.
Teneriffe Park is a well hidden gem. Access to this serene park can be gained through Little Chester, Ellis or Mackellar Streets or Teneriffe Drive.

Take a picnic and lay under one of the magnificent trees. Alternatively there is an electric barbecue and undercover shelter with seating.
Playground Teneriffe Park
Playground Teneriffe Park.

The children's playground is well shaded with a range of swings and climbing equipment. There is also a bushland walking track. There is ample room to have a game of cricket or kick the soccer ball around.

There is also a great view of the Brisbane CBD. Be forewarned though, there are no public toilets.

If you are looking for a quiet park without the car parking issues and crowds then Teneriffe Park might just be the answer.
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Where: Teneriffe Park Brisbane QLD 4006
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