Victoria Park


Victoria Park has long been one of Brisbane’s most popular destinations for entertainment. In addition to golf, driving range and putt putt facilities, Victoria Park has added a number of new features to its already impressive offering, including a new games area for families, offering giant games for children aged three to 12. Giant Jenga, Connect Four and chess are available to play in addition to a jumping castle and badminton. In October 2016, The Victoria Park Bistro opened its three-tiered Bistro Terrace and the Orchard Bar, offering seating for upwards of 150 guests on picnic-style table seating. An additional level features a cactus farm and an outdoor lounge area that can accommodate 30 patrons. The menu features a range of seasonal dishes made from locally sourced and sustainable produce. Of a morning you can expect dishes such as Mount Cotton mushrooms, baba ganoush, dukkah and fried egg on toast, waffles with mangoes, local strawberries, pistachios and vanilla-bean ice-cream and haloumi with minted peas, raita, rocket and poached eggs. Lunch and dinner include light bites such as lemon pepper-dusted calamari with tarragon and caper pepper aioli, a selection of succulent burgers and hearty mains. You can also select from the woodfired pizza menu or rotisserie offering of mouth-watering porchetta and chicken with all of the trimmings. A market cart also provides bites such as Dutch pancakes, burgers, German sausages and ice-creams.



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