Cotton Tree Park, Maroochydore
Colourful playground with a pathway and Mooloolaba beach in background
Beaches and parks directory
  • Last updated:
  • 20 Jul 2022

The Beaches and Parks Directory is a database of our popular destination open spaces / parks within our region. Most parks listed in the directory contain a 'details' page which provides you with basic information and photographs to help you decide where you want to explore.  However it currently does not include every park in our region.  

Ways to search

  • Keyword (park, street name, facility type)

More options:

  • Filter by type of park
  • Filter by suburb
  • Filter by feature (facility type), such as: barbecue, playground, skate park, dog park and more.

Hover over the pictograms for a description or for mobile phone use, see the pictogram legend.


  • Visit the Beaches page on our website for a map of patrolled and unpatrolled beaches.
  • You can search the location of ALL our beaches and parks using the Beaches and Parks Directory Map.  This aerial map shows facilities currently available in each open space area that are maintained by council. 
  • See also: Parks definitions.
Please note: Our teams are out and about caring for council’s 1069 hectares of parklands and reserves across the Sunshine Coast region. Prolonged wet periods can delay our regular maintenance schedule and even when the rain clears, we need to allow the ground to dry out or risk significant damage to our green spaces. We appreciate that our community is our eyes and ears on the ground and thank you for your patience while we schedule maintenance in the most efficient way.

If you see something that needs attention, contact us.

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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 provides a fenced playground, exercise equipment station (fitness station), barbecue and picnic facilities and great viewing access to the lakes.

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

    This park is home to the HMAS Brisbane Memorial, the Korean War Memorial and the Australian War Dog Memorial. It stretches for 1 kilometre along the length of the headland and features multiple barbecue facilities with picnic shelters, lookouts, a playground an exercise equipment station (fitness station). 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 (also part of Kings Beach Park)
    • Address:
      20 Burgess Street Kings Beach

    This park sits alongside the Kings Beach Amphitheatre / Stage between Burgess Street and Princess Lane. It provides 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.