Cotton Tree Park, Maroochydore
Colourful playground with a pathway and Mooloolaba beach in background
Beaches and parks directory
  • Last updated:
  • 28 Oct 2020
Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) update - council parks and beaches are open with social distancing required.

The following facilities are now open to the public:

  • public barbeques 
  • playgrounds
  • exercise equipment/fitness stations*
  • skate parks
  • dog parks and off leash areas.

*Personal trainers can hold sessions for up to ten people (including the trainer) on council land but they must have an existing Low impact/ Commercial use permit. They must also use COVIDSafe practices. For more details visit Community Land Permits. 

Surf Life Saving Queensland's red and yellow flags returned to the beaches Saturday 13 June marking the designated swimming areas. For more information visit Surf Life Saving Queensland website.

View information about other council facilities and services during this time


While council has increased cleaning of many facilities, being COVIDSafe is everyone's responsibility. We remind residents and visitors to observe social distancing requirements when using public spaces which includes: 

  • Stay home if you are sick
  • Keep 1.5 metres away from others
  • Limit outdoor gatherings to 20 people
  • Avoid peak times and overcrowded areas
  • Wash or disinfect hands regularly
  • Avoid touching high use areas.

Visit Queensland Health for latest health advice and information on Social Distancing.

Search the Beaches and Parks Directory to locate parks in your area or search for facilities such as:

Hover over the pictograms for a description or for mobile phone use, see the pictogram legend. This directory includes popular open spaces only.

Visit the Beaches page on our website for a map of patrolled and unpatrolled beaches.

For an aerial view of a park or to locate park facilities, view the Beaches and Park Directory interactive map

See also: Parks definitions.

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  • Active Park
    • Address:
      36-58 Indigo Road, (Bellsreach) Caloundra West

    This 1.4 hectare park has a large multi age group playground, a fitness station and picnic facilities. There is a large grassed area for ball games or a run around. There is a Community Garden on the Amber Drive side of the park.

  • Adolph Blanck Park
    • Address:
      82 Picnic Point Esplanade Maroochydore

    This fenced park on the corner of Duporth Avenue has a children's playground with a clatter bridge, a 3 deck combo unit, crawl tunnel, seesaw, spring toys, a swing and binoculars.

  • Alan Walker Park
    • Address:
      Pacific Boulevard, Buddina

    Coastal park at Point Cartwright Drive intersection between Beach Access points 205 and 206 has a playground, basketball half court and picnic facilities.

  • Albany Lakes Park
    • Address:
      Albany Street Sippy Downs

    This park has a children's playground with a Burmese bridge chain and a cargo net, fire pole and a climb rope chain, rope escalator, a ship combo unit, a shop counter, a slide, and a vine climber. The exercise circuit has a chin up area and fitness rings. push up bars, sit ups, step up stumps and a vault bar. The playground in this park is fenced.

  • Alex Bluff Foreshore Park (Churinga Park)
    • Address:
      Alexandra Parade Alexandra Headland

    Located in this park is the HMAS Brisbane Memorial, the Korean War Memorial and the Australian War Dog Memorial. The park stretches for 1 kilometre along the length of the headland and features multiple picnic shelters and lookouts. The children's playground has several spring toys. There is a fitness station on the Mooloolaba Esplanade end. The park is a popular ceremony site with great ocean views.

  • Alex Forest Conservation Area
    • Address:
      Mari Street Alexandra Headland

    This 6 hectares of remnant wet schlerophryl and re-vegetated forest 250 metres from the beach features 1 kilometre of walking trails. There is access from Tranquil Place, Woyin Street as well as Mari Street. The park is an important suburban wildlife preserve in the heart of Alexandra Headland and is maintained with the assistance of Alex Forest Community Conservation Group volunteers. There has been recorded to be over 180 native plant species.

  • Alexandra Headland Beach
    • Address:
      Alexandra Parade Alexandra Headland

    Beach Access points 154 - 168. Very popular beach patrolled year round and home of Alexandra Surf Life Saving Club with beautiful parks, restaurants, cafes and take away food outlets nearby.

  • Alex Skate Park
    • Address:
      Buhk Family Park Alexandra Parade Alexandra Headland

    Built in 1995 and refurbished in 2017, Alex Skate Park is one of the most popular and publicly recognised skate parks in Queensland. Renowned for its crowds and idyllic location, Alex Skate Park is used by skaters, BMX riders and bladers of all skill levels. The public amenities are located south of the Alex Surf Club.

  • Alexandra Park
    • Address:
      20 Burgess Street Kings Beach

    This park to north of the Kings Beach Stage between Burgess Street and Princess Lane has a basketball half court, shelters and barbecue facilities with plenty of natural shade

  • Anchorage Circuit Park
    • Address:
      Anchorage Circuit Twin Waters

    This park has a Supernova 2 - The large, slanting ring is set in motion by the children. Turning, spinning, balancing or just enjoying the ride are among the countless play options of the Supernova.