- Last updated:
- 09 Jun 2022
Grahame Stewart Park is one of the Sunshine Coast’s premier parks, located at Currimundi, between Croydon Avenue and Ilya Street.
See the location of Grahame Stewart Park using the Beaches and Parks Directory Map for further information.
The fully fenced park is now home to the region’s first Changing Places public amenities block. The new amenities ensure adequate space and equipment is available for people with high support needs who can’t use accessible toilets. People with high care needs can now feel more comfortable spending a day out at the local park, knowing a specially designed amenities block will make life a little easier. We (council) are committed to improving access and inclusion for the benefit of all residents. For more information on the launch in January 2021 check out the council's new centre.
The park is also accessible by a pathway that links from the off street parking, to each activity within the park. For a wheelchair to access the picnic shelters however you will have to jump onto the kids bike track for a couple of metres.
The park has a variety of activities for all ages, such as a multi-purpose court, flying fox, kids bike track (bike education track) with miniature street signs, painted road lines and a bridge. The two playgrounds cater towards younger children, with a red train, swings and novel circular rope activities. The playground is inclusive, which means it contains play elements that encourage children of all levels of abilities to engage with one another in play and discovery. There is also an open grassed area shaded well by trees and another open grassed area perfect to kick a ball around on.
The park is also home the Vegie Garden Story Seat by Christine Sharp, an Australian author, artist, editor, photographer and book designer.
The park is complete with shelters and picnic tables with barbecue facilities. Off street parking is available around the park with two pedestrian accesses to the completely fenced park.
Other useful information
Grahame Stewart Park includes multiple toilet amenities, including a ‘Changing Places Facility’ which provides adequate space and equipment for people with high support needs.
- The toilet amenities are open to the public and unlocked between 4:30am to 5:30am and are locked between 8:00pm to 9:00pm.
- A MLAK key (Master Locksmith Access Key) is required for the Changing Places Facility – For general information about Changing Places as well as how to gain access MLAK to use the public amenities block at the park visit the Changing Places website.
We’ve created a handy interactive map to help you identify the dog off-leash, on-leash and prohibited areas when you’re out and about across the Sunshine Coast local government region.
We’ve also included locations for dog water bowls so you can keep your pet hydrated.
Be a responsible pet owner: Please note that it’s your responsibility to have doggie bags with you at all times when taking your dog for a walk in public. Please don’t rely on the doggie bag dispensers as they are in high demand and may need restocking, so don’t get caught out.
For general information visit Council's 'Dog parks and off-leash areas' page.
Croydon Avenue, Currimundi