Cotton Tree Park, Maroochydore
Colourful playground with a pathway and Mooloolaba beach in background
Beaches and parks directory
  • Last updated:
  • 15 Oct 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. 

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  • Kenilworth Town Park
    • Address:
      1-3 Elizabeth Street Kenilworth

    In the heart of town, this park has great amenities, including barbecues, seating and shade. The playground has a 2 deck combo unit, a curved crawl tunnel, 2 way swing, boat rocker, honeycomb climber, pedal power helicopter, slide lookout, supernova 2, swing, volocitron and a flying fox.

  • Kevin Asmus Park
    • Address:
      20 Nanyima Street Buddina

    This park has a basketball court and a playground with shade sails for sun protection. The playground also has a bike track with miniature road signs, a petrol station and ice cream shop.

  • Kingfisher Drive Park
    • Address:
      125 Parklakes Drive Bli Bli

    This popular 1 hectare park has large open space grassed kick-about areas, a playground, flying fox and an exercise equipment area, all overlooked by a café with off street parking on Parklakes Drive. The park also provides shelters with picnic and barbecue facilities

  • Kings Beach
    • Address:
      Ormonde Terrace Kings Beach

    Beach Access points 283 - 291. This is a very popular patrolled beach with the Caloundra (Mets) Surf Club located on Spender Lane at the northern end of the Precinct. The Kings Beach Ocean Pool at the northern end of the sand beach is a 25m sea water pool with disabled access and a children's wading area. Kings Beach is a popular for learning to surf as it is south east facing and the ocean swell is reduced by Moreton Island. The beach is popular for wedding ceremonies and events.

  • Kings Beach Bathing Pavilion
    • Address:
      Spender Lane Kings Beach

    Built in 1937 and refurbished in 2009, this heritage listed bathing pavilion still provides public amenities and a kiosk as it did in it's heyday. Located beside the Kings Beach Pool and Caloundra (Mets) Surf Club the Spanish Mission style architecture provides a hint of the Kings Beach history in an otherwise modern landscape

  • Kings Beach Fountain
    • Address:
      The Esplanade Kings Beach

    This popular spray and play water park operates on timed bursts of natural sea water all year round from 8.00 am to 5.00 pm. Dogs are not permitted at anytime

  • Kings Beach Park
    • Address:
      Levuka Avenue Kings Beach

    This parkland at the southern end of the Kings Beach Precinct features a playground, exercise equipment, public amenities and plenty of shelters with picnic facilities. Beach Access points 287 - 289. There is also off street parking at the end of Levuka Avenue.

  • Kings Beach Park & Amphitheatre
    • Address:
      Burgess Street Kings Beach

    The King Beach Park encompasses the grassed amphitheatre area and stage. There is a playground and public amenities located at the rear (ocean side) of the stage building. Dogs are not permitted at anytime

  • Kingsford Smith Parade Foreshore
    • Address:
      Kingsford Smith Parade Moffat Beach

    This parkland on the southern bank of Tooway Lake lies the bridge and Eleanor Shipley Park to the east. There is a significant Moreton Bay Fig tree located here.

  • Koala Park & Bushland Conservation Reserve
    • Address:
      123 Panorama Drive Nambour

    The leafy hillside park features a playground, shelters with barbecues and picnic facilities and public amenities. Throughout the greater bushland conservation reserve is the Koala Park Walking Track, which is 1400 metres of undulating trails with an additional entry/exit point on Bade Street. 165 native plant species have been recorded here as well as numerous Aboriginal scar trees throughout the reserve