Rocks Riverside Park Australia, Brisbane

Rocks Riverside Park

Rocks Riverside Park is a park by the Brisbane River in outer south-west Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The park was opened on 7 December 2003, and features industrial artefacts from its previous use by the Queensland Cement and Lime Company. Public art which draws upon the park's industrial heritage are also featured throughout, as is a crop patch which reflects the site's farming days.

Rocks Riverside Park is the largest riverfront park in Brisbane. It has 800 metres of riverfrontage and covers an area of 26 hectare. The park is nestled in amongst other industrial sites at 5 Counihan Road, Seventeen Mile Rocks in Brisbane, Australia.

The project architect was Cenk Yuksel. The main builders were Naturform and Stewart Constructions.