Recreational Amenity

Greenslopes is widely recognised as one of inner Brisbane’s greener suburbs with large tracts of open space and parklands throughout. Norman Creek runs through the 5.6 hectare Thompson Estate Reserve which borders the suburb to the west providing a large buffer between the Pacific Motorway and residential dwellings located throughout the suburb. The Thompson Estate Reserve is a popular recreational destination for the local community
containing barbeques, a half court, a dedicated picnic area, a playground and soccer fields.


On the border between Greenslopes and Coorparoo sits Langlands Park which is one of the most utilised and popular sporting facilities in the local area. The Park is the home ground of Easts Leagues Club with a seating capacity of around 5,000 and containing two restaurants, gaming and entertainment rooms. The Park also houses the Langlands Park Memorial Pool containing a 50 metre pool, a 10 metre teaching pool and a semi-shaded wading
pool. The Park provides an expansive volume of open space, a large playground, picnic facilities and fitness stations.