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Brimbank Park

39 Reviews
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Brimbank Park

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Jeffry b wrote a review Feb 2021
Essendon, Australia6,738 contributions1,976 helpful votes
Brimbank Park takes in the Maribyrnong River parklands. You can fish in the river, or go canoeing. There is an abundance of wild birds. It also hosts the Horseshoe Bend Farm. There are many trails to follow. Brimbank Park is in Keilor East, one of Melbourne's north-western suburbs. It can be accessed from Keilor Park Drive, which runs off the Western Ring Road.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Peter M wrote a review Mar 2020
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Nice wide open spaces where everyone can enjoy themselves with interesting little points to be enjoyed especially the wind-up nature sound tracks on the walking track.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Tony W wrote a review Mar 2019
Sydney, Australia3,874 contributions913 helpful votes
A large park that is good for plane spotting if they are landing the right way into Tullamarine. The park also hosts a number of walking tracks, BBQ and picnic areas and open spaces to enjoy.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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roaming_kiwi58 wrote a review Nov 2018
Christchurch, New Zealand2,639 contributions519 helpful votes
We had half a day to kill before catching a flight and this park looks very promising. It is huge, with lots of walking trails and picnic areas. There were lots of families there on a Sunday morning. However, as foreign visitors unfamiliar with the area we found the signage lacking. We wanted to do some walks and did find a map at the building which used to be a cafe and visitor centre, but the trails are extensive and hardly signposted on the ground. We had no idea where we were headed or ending up. Disappointed in the experience.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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d0nald37 wrote a review Nov 2018
Gold Coast, Australia89 contributions18 helpful votes
This Park offers all sorts of activities ranging from the family picnic to walks, cycling, jogging, informal sports, playgrounds and eatery. there are large spaces for activities and shelters for picnics if needed. many bring their own chairs and I saw one group with r=their own barbecue. The walking tracks are smooth and vary in length, though most involve some hills.A great way to exercise and/or enjoy a day out.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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