Cotton Tree Park, Maroochydore
Colourful playground with a pathway and Mooloolaba beach in background
Beaches and parks directory
  • Last updated:
  • 02 Sep 2020
Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) update - council parks and beaches are open with social distancing required.

The following facilities are now open to the public:

  • public barbeques 
  • playgrounds
  • exercise equipment/fitness stations*
  • skate parks
  • dog parks and off leash areas.

*Personal trainers can hold sessions for up to ten people (including the trainer) on council land but they must have an existing Low impact/ Commercial use permit. They must also use COVIDSafe practices. For more details visit Community Land Permits. 

Surf Life Saving Queensland's red and yellow flags will return to the beaches from Saturday 13 June marking the designated swimming areas. For more information visit Surf Life Saving Queensland website.

View information about other council facilities and services during this time

Be COVIDSafe

While council has increased cleaning of many facilities, being COVIDSafe is everyone's responsibility. We remind residents and visitors to observe social distancing requirements when using public spaces which includes: 

  • Stay home if you are sick
  • Keep 1.5 metres away from others
  • Limit outdoor gatherings to 20 people
  • Avoid peak times and overcrowded areas
  • Wash or disinfect hands regularly
  • Avoid touching high use areas.

Visit Queensland Health for latest health advice and information on Social Distancing.


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See also: Parks definitions.

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  • Caralan Way Park
    • Address:
      Caralan Way, Beerwah

  • Centaur Park
    • Address:
      Esplanade Headland Kings Beach

    This park and memorial commemorates those who lost their lives in the sinking of the hospital ship Centaur by Japanese submarine on 14 May 1943. The wreck of the ship was located 30 nautical miles off the tip of Moreton Island on 20 December 2009.

  • Chambers Island Park
    • Address:
      Bradman Avenue Maroochydore

    Access to Chambers Island is via a 130 metre long pedestrian bridge near the intersection of Thomas Street and Bradman Avenue. The playground has a Burmese bridge, a 6 deck combo unit, crawl rings, creeping crawler, monkey bars, cargo net, OXO Panel, fire pole, slide, a seal spring toy, swings and a wigwam rocker.

  • Chancellor Village Park - Fenced Dog Park
    • Address:
      Chancellor Village Park, Lakehead Drive, Sippy Downs

    This is a small fully fenced dog off-leash area within Chancellor Village Park

  • Charles Clarke Park
    • Address:
      13-47 River Esplanade, Mooloolaba

    This park runs along River Esplanade to the entrance of The Wharf Mooloolaba. It is a popular site for weddings and ceremonies. The park also provides shelters with barbecue and picnic facilities, open grass kick-about areas, natural shade, a playground, public amenities and on street car parking

  • Cheese Block Park
    • Address:
      Urunga Esplanade Mooloolaba

    Cheese Block is a small beachfront park with shelters, picnic and barbecue facilities, public amenities and off street parking

  • Christina Low Park
    • Address:
      1538 Nambour North Connection Road, Yandina

    This park runs for 480 metres along the southern bank of the South Maroochy River and is best accessed from Old Cobb and Co Lane.

  • Cilento Park & Bushland Conservation Reserve
    • Address:
      Waterfall Road, Nambour

    This conservation reserve is almost 10 hectares of remnant bushland on the bank of Tuckers Creek with some natural water holes, a small waterfall and 700 metres of walking trails. The park has a playground and picnic facilities. The bushland area has been recorded to have 351 different native plant species.

  • Clarke Place Park (Happy Valley)
    • Address:
      Esplanade Bulcock Beach, Caloundra

    This scenic district park features a number of barbecue facilities with picnic tables and shelters nearby, a large playground and a public amenities block at the southern end. The playground provides plenty of activities to challenge and entertain. At the northern end of the park is the spectacular Happy Valley Boardwalk to Kings Beach.

  • Cliff Hargreaves Park
    • Address:
      Westaway Parade Currimundi

    This is a popular park that provides open grass areas that over look Currimundi Lake. It provides a playground, barbecue and picnic tables, natural shade, beach showers as well as public amenities. It is located at the mouth of the Currimundi Lake between Hargreaves Street and Westaway Parade