Cotton Tree Park, Maroochydore
Colourful playground with a pathway and Mooloolaba beach in background
Beaches and parks directory
  • Last updated:
  • 10 Jan 2019

Search the Beaches and Parks Directory to locate parks in your area or search for facilities such as barbecues, public amenities (toilets), playgrounds, dog parks, walking trails and more. Hover over the pictograms for the a description or see the pictogram legend (mobile). Please note; this Directory includes popular open space destinations only. A complete list of beaches and parks across the region is coming soon. 

Our park and reserve network contributes to the Sunshine Coast’s unique character, relaxed and healthy lifestyle and rich biodiversity. It provides the ‘green frame’ of the region’s urban areas, edging our rivers, beaches and foreshores lining our streets and identifying our communities. It also makes the region an attractive place to visit and supports tourism, events and economic growth. View the region map, some unpacked statistics and park definitions[3016KB]

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  • Eumundi Skate Park
    • Address:
      Memorial Drive, Eumundi

    Located at the southern end of Memorial Drive, this facility features a launch pad, grind ledge, grind rail, ½ pipe, flat banks, stairs and ramp. The bowl caters for a range of users from beginner to intermediate and is mostly under the cover of large shade sails. The Eumundi Aquatic Centre is right next door in this sporting and recreation precinct. This is the newest of the Coast's skate parks and was opened in 2006. The public amenities are located 100m to the south between the swimming pool and tennis courts.

  • Farley Street Park
    • Address:
      Farley Street Baringa

    This park has a large multi age playground and picnic shelter. The park is bordered by Stone Crescent, Banks Crescent and Farley Street.

  • Federation Park
    • Address:
      21-23 Primrose Court, Palmwoods

    The children's playground has a shade sail, spinner bowls and a double swing. There is a 700 metre walkway/bike path circling the park and following the bank of Paynter Creek. This large park is ideal for large festivals and events.

  • Felicity Park
    • Address:
      Omrah Avenue Caloundra

    This small shady park is a thoroughfare between Bulcock Street and Omrah Avenue between the Art Gallery and Caloundra Library. A Chess Board is situated in this park.

  • Felix Parry Park
    • Address:
      Marcoola Esplanade, Marcoola

    This beachside park is located to the south of the Marcoola Surf Club. There is parking close by, a playground sheltered by shade sails and shelters with barbecue facilities and picnic tables.

  • Fielding Park
    • Address:
      13-19 Ferguson Avenue, Buderim

    This park has a playground for a variety of ages, a basketball half court and a shelter with barbecue facilities.

  • First Bay
    • Address:
      David Low Way Coolulm Beach

    The First Bay is separated from Coolum Beach by Point Perry where there is a lookout and facilities. The beach access point and on street car park is located 100 metres south of Scrub Road. This beach is a popular surf and fishing spot and is not patrolled.

  • First Jetty
    • Address:
      Cotton Tree Park, The Esplanade, Maroochydore

    First Jetty, nearest to the Cotton Tree Aquatic Centre, is a wheelchair accessible fishing spot with stunning views to the north over the Maroochy River.

  • Fisherman's Park (Pilot Station)
    • Address:
      Parkyn Parade Mooloolaba

    The park and memorial statue is dedicated to fishermen lost at sea. The park's themed playground is sheltered by shade sails. Parking and public amenity facilities are provided as well as a variety of shelters with barbecue facilities

  • Foote Memorial Sanctuary (Eric Joseph Foote War Memorial Sanctuary)
    • Address:
      Park Lane, Buderim

    The park was given to Council in 1941 in memory of Eric Foote who died in the Great War (WW 1). This former farm is now home to over 385 native plant species have been recorded. The Foote Sanctuary Support Volunteer group attend regular working bees. The area has shelters with barbecue and picnic facilities and public amenities, (including parking) and is most enjoyed for it's re-vegetated bushland reserve that features over 2500 metres of trails to explore.