The audience who persevered with the inclement weather expressed their pleasure of this beautiful parkland.
A parkland that is a fantastic asset for the Cairns community and visitors, not only for special events but a place to gather or to be by yourself, a place to ’embrace’ you, like the significance of the sculpture “Embrace”, created by Braham Stevens that greets you on the corner.
From the Cairns Regional Council’s website:
“Munro Martin Parklands is Cairns’ newest premier community gathering place complete with an outdoor performance space. The Parklands boast tropical plantings, vine covered pergolas and arbours and an open-air plaza to encourage passive, casual use of the facility. The venue is also equipped to host a wide range of shows, from full orchestras to music concerts and theatre performances. Munro Martin Parlklands is open to the public from 6am to 8.30pm, seven days a week except on ticketed event days.
If you haven’t yet been to see the new Munro Martin parklands, the above description and photos should surely lure you to take a relaxing walk around the park to enjoy the inspirational new features. Don’t forget to check the Munro Martin parklands website for upcoming events.