An unexpected high winter rainfall in Queensland in 2016 has resulted in an abundance of lush green grass in Brisbane parks. Tennis Avenue Park in Ashgrove is one of those parks which is at its glorious best this spring. I found 5 things to see on a visit to Tennis Avenue Park in Ashgrove:
The playground will keep active kids amused with slides, swings, balance bar, bouncers and seats for mums and dads for watch over the little ones.
2. Huge mature gum trees The park is home to a number of long standing, regal gum trees including the Eucalyptus grandis and Eucalyptus microcorys species. It's easy to be in awe of these majestic giants of the tree world as they line the walkway, which hugs the park and meanders around Enoggera Creek
3. Barbeques and sheltered tables with tap and pup bowl
4. Large grassy space The park is a total 1.79 hectares and has uninterrupted green space for running, throwing frisbees and even a game of cricket.
5. Pedestrian bridge The Tennis Ave Park includes a cute 13 metre connecting bridge over Enoggera Creek for pedestrians and bike riders. A "Save our Waterways Now" catchment community volunteer group formed in 2016 where residents gather to plant trees, vegetation and care for the area.