What is it that Bulimba’s famous Oxford Street doesn’t have? From all appearances, the answers seems to be nothing. You can stroll past its many well-known restaurants and eateries, sit and enjoy the riverside view and even enjoy a quiet time at Bulimba Memorial Park.
The park is more than simply a pretty accent on the suburb, though to be sure, it’s a beautiful location. And Bulimba National Park is also a great reminder for Bulimba real estate owners of Australia’s rich historical heritage.
The mighty weeping fig trees greeting visitors near the entrance were originally planted between 1919 and 1923 as a tribute to the falling servicemen of World War I, a touching and humbling tribute.
Of course, the park is not just a sobering reminder of what came before. It’s also a great location for a day of fun, and a venue for cricket and soccer games the whole year round. There’s also a collection of play equipment to keep kids busy – a great source of fun that’ll peel children away from the TV and get them outside. Slides, swings, poles, a climbing net – all the classics are there. And when you need a break, hop back to Oxford Street for a refreshing drink.
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