These things can all be found at one venue: Victoria Park.
Located in Brisbane's inner-north, Victoria Park is an awesome place to hang with your brood, ensuring everyone has a bit of fun.
Oh yeah- and there's some sort of golf course too here apparently. But let's take a look at all those other reasons to visit instead.
On our last visit, we made the most of sweeping city views at the alfresco restaurant.
From the breakfast menu, the House Baked Beans with Smoked Ham, Poached Egg and Toast came so highly recommended that we couldn't pass up this choice. We also tried out a lighter option; the Middle Eastern Fruit Toast with Vanilla Butter.
The baked beans were on par, with the smoky ham stirred through the mix to impart a lovely rich flavour to the otherwise lowly bean. The poached eggs topping this dish made it truly lush.
There was such a great range of dried fruit and spices in the Middle Eastern fruit toast, it was well worth ordering despite the loaf of cafe-style fruit toast in my freezer at home. Generous chunks of dried apricots and dates were scattered throughout each slice, which was taken to the next level with the sizable slices of creamy vanilla butter.
If pancakes are your thing, these little Dutch Pancakes are a winning choice. We were optimistic and got a plate of 20 to share- HA! Do yourself a favour and get your own plate. Sharing these delectable little bites took more willpower that either of us had.
The custard doughnut was fresh and tasty and was washed down by a beautifully made fresh coffee nicely.
There's also a wooden playground for the kidlets to run wild in. The playground is in the full-sun so bringing sunscreen is a must.
Don't putter around; where ever you are in Brisbane, it's worth the drive.