Kangaroo Point Cliffs Park
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A beautiful spot along the Brisbane River! BBQ areas, children’s playgrounds, adventure centre (which includes activities like kayaking, abseiling, cycling etc)! If you feel up to the challenge, try walking up the Kangaroo Point cliff stairs (there’s 100+ steps) in the cliff face and a fantastic…
Excellent outdoor rock climbing and abseiling with the city skyline as the backdrop. Great place for a BBQ!
Rock climbing at night for the adventerous or simply take in the awesome view of Brisbane- These cliffs are visible from my balcony.
Great BBQ and picnic area for taking in the sunset over the city and enjoy a game of cricket or football on the grassy area.
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