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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  • Creekwood Estate Park
    • Address:
      Hayman Lane Meridan Plains

    This 2.6 hectare district park features a tennis court which is also line marked as a basketball half court, a playground, a barbeque and picnic shelters. There is a large grassed area great for ball games and a skate park at the southern end. The park is split up the middle by a creek and conservation reserve. The park is bordered by Hayman Lane to the north (main parking area), Parklands Boulevard to the south, Mansell Street to the west and Creekwood Avenue to the east.

  • Crummunda Park
    • Address:
      Coongarra Esplanade Wurtulla

    The playground has a 4 way spring toy, cladder bridge, climbing net, swings and a multi level fort. There is a fitness area with various pieces of equipment, along with a flying fox and a basketball hoop and backboard, along with a jetty for trying your hand at fishing. This park is a popular wedding ceremony site.

  • Currimundi Beach
    • Address:
      Watson Street and Buderim Street Currimundi

    Beach Access points 254 - 261. Currimundi Beach lies south of Currimundi Lake and has two main locations at Watson Street and Buderim Street which are connected by the Coastal Pathway. At the northern end of Watson Street is the Currimundi Lifeguard Tower and Cliff Hargreaves Park. At Buderim Street is the Ballinger Beach Park at the unpatrolled end of Currimundi Beach. Dogs are permitted off leash at all times on the beach from Gothic Parade to Ann Street at Dicky Beach. Dogs are not permitted in the dunal areas or in the Foreshore Reserves.

  • Currimundi Lake
    • Address:
      Westaway Parade Currimundi

    Currimundi Lake is a coastal lagoon at the mouth of Currimundi Creek which is a wonderful playground for families and for water sports. There are sandy beaches and plenty of places to sit and enjoy the views. The most popular beach area is adjacent to Cliff Hargreaves Park on the southern bank were there are amenities and cafes. There are kilometres of pathways linking all the lake foreshore parklands to explore.

  • Currimundi Skate Park
    • Address:
      Tumbledown Park, Bellara Drive, Currimundi

    This skate park is part of Tumbledown park, that includes a playground, half court and shelters with picnic tables, as well as plenty of natural shade and open grass areas to kick a ball

  • Dardgee Park
    • Address:
      3-17 Water Lily Way Brightwater

    This park features a playground and basketball half court and barbeques and picnic shelters. The park is bordered by Airlie Close, Pony Tail Circuit and Water Lily Way.

  • Des Scanlon Park
    • Address:
      40-50 Cotton Tree Parade Cotton Tree

    This small park in front of the Cotton Tree Aquatic Centre has two basketball half courts and outdoor table tennis tables for everyones enjoyment.

  • Dewar Street Lookout
    • Address:
      Jubilee Esplanade Point Arkwright

    The Dewar Street Lookout is located within the Yaroomba Coolum Foreshore Bushland Conservation Reserve. There is an 850 metre coastal pathway through the reserve connecting the parkland at Point Arkwright to Third Bay. Along the trail there are a number of lookouts and seating to stop and take in the fantastic views.

  • Dick Caplick Park
    • Address:
      8-16 Napier Road Eumundi

    This park contains a children's playground with plenty of challenging equipment, a basketball court and open grass areas. The park provides plenty of natural shade, as well as shelters with barbecue facilities and toilets for your convenience.

  • Dicky Beach
    • Address:
      Coochin Street Dicky Beach

    Beach Access points 262 - 271. The Dicky Beach Surf Club and Lifeguard Tower are located at Coochin Street. Dicky Beach Park has a playground, skate park and picnic facilities. Dogs are permitted off leash north of Ann Street only.