Park Ridge is a residential and rural outer suburb of Brisbane, Australia, about 28km south of the city centre. The suburb is over 100 years old and originally settled by timber cutters in the 1880s. The area was originally called Logan Ridge, as it was part of the Logan Reserve and Browns Plains. Park Ridge was renamed in 1895. Its current name reflects the rich history and culture of the area.
Park Ridge is home to several parks and outdoor recreation areas. Check this out.
Park Ridge Panthers FC
Beautiful fields. Clean and tidy. Child friendly with a nice playground for the little ones. Peaceful place to come to and relax
Visit this field when you want a peaceful and relaxing place in Park Ridge. This place is a child-friendly one. The little ones will definitely enjoy roaming around the playground.
This is a nice place to introduce your kids kicking a soccer ball or learning cricket.
Assembly Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses
This assembly hall has an excellent facility with a beautiful landscape and greenery around. On the inside, this place offers comfortable seating for everyone. Must visit this place in Park Ridge and experience & witness true worship for all mankind.
The Carvers Park is a great new addition to Park Ridge here in Queensland. There is plenty of space for kids of all ages to play while the adults relax in the shade. You will adore the 1km loop track in this park that will take you to each of the three different playgrounds as well as fitness equipment and barbeques.