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.
This fully fenced park on the corner of Duporth Avenue has a children's playground that caters for various age groups. There is plenty of natural shade provided as well as a large open grass area
Coastal park at Point Cartwright Drive intersection between Beach Access points 205 and 206 has a playground, basketball half court and picnic facilities.
This park provides a fenced playground, an 8 m tall play tower, exercise equipment node, barbecue and picnic facilities and great viewing access to the lakes
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).
This Conservation Area is a 6 hectare remnant wet schlerophryl and re-vegetated forest. It features walking trails. There is access from Tranquil Place, Woyin Street as well as Mari Street.
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.
One of the most popular and publicly recognised skate parks in Queensland. Renowned for its crowds and idyllic location
This park has a Supernova 2, picnic and barbecue facilities and natural shade. Set on the canal.
The park has a playground, picnic and barbecue facilities, as well as public amenities. The park borders the Currimundi Creek North Arm Environment Reserve to the west.
Close to the beach, this location is ideal for Wedding Ceremonies. You can also enquire about holding events in this park.
This is a fenced dog off leash park. It is a long linear shape with a free dog run, obstacles and a grass mound with a tunnel
This park provides a variety of play areas, from a flying fox, basketball court to a playground. It also has picnic facilities and a large shaded grass mound area. There is also a fenced dog off leash facility within walking distance
Anzac Park at Kings Beach is ideal for weddings and ceremonies. There is an ANZAC Cenotaph in the park and the ocean views are amazing.
The parks in close proximity to the Caloundra Power Boat Club, are popular for wedding ceremonies. You can enquire about three separate parks at this location - Apex Park, Bevan Henzell Park, Woorim Park and Monash Park.
This large multi age playground includes a variety of equipment including swings, a fort and a flying fox. There are also shelters with barbecue and picnic facilities and sandstone seating under natural shade
This 2.8 hectare district park has a lot on offer. It provides a shelter, a playground, half basketball court, junior bike track, a cricket pitch as well as plenty of open kick about areas with scattered natural shade
Arthur Parkyn Park lies to the east of the Mooloolaba Surf Club. There shelters, barbecue facilities as well as public amenities and beach showers.
Ayliffe Park is the largest foreshore park at Golden Beach, providing plenty of facilities. It lies between Oxley and McLean Streets, opposite the northern tip of Bribie Island. The playground is sheltered by shade sails and offers plenty of interest, as well as a fenced Liberty Swing (wheelchair accessible).
Ideal for wedding ceremonies. The coastal pathway through the dunal area passes through this park