Alice Street Park - Donnybrook
Located opposite the Donnybrook Community Hall, this park caters for the youth of the area by providing a half basketball court, a skate and bmx facility. The park is surrounded by open grassed areas.
Apex Park - Bongaree
Facilities include toilets, electric BBQ's, picnic tables, seats, play equipment, shelter, drinking fountain, shower, bandstand, car parking and beach access.
Apex Park - Caboolture
Located adjacent to Centenary Lakes, Apex Park is a medium sized park with a covered fenced playground and many other facilities for the family to enjoy.
Apex Park - Deception Bay
Located across the road from the Deception Bay foreshore, this large grassy park has play equipment set in a sandpit and barbeque facilities.
Aurora Boulevard Park - North Lakes
Located adjacent to a large sports field, this park has facilities suitable for multiple activities. It has a well-equipped playground catering for all ages with large slide and climbing net as well as a play truck and cubby. A skate bowl and dog off leash area adjacent to the park.
Beachmere Activity Centre
next to the Beachmere Activity Centre on the waterfront overlooking Moreton Bay, this
park has fully landscaped gardens with barbeque facilities, steps down to the
beach and car parking is available onsite. Amenities and playground equipment
are located nearby at Clayton Park.
Bluey Piva Park - Woorim
medium sized park located at the main entrance to Woorim Beach with views to
Moreton Island provides an open grassed area with limited shade. Facilities are
available for picnics. During peak season there may be considerable pedestrian
Boama Park - Deception Bay
This park spans from Deception Bay to Rothwell. The key park area located in Cross Street provides picnic facilities and activities for the whole family.
Brennan Park - Bongaree
A large open park, with ample facilities overlooking the Pumicestone Passage. The park has its own sound shell style stage. Bongaree Jetty is approximately 100m away.
Caboolture Town Square
This vibrant space includes a playground, grassed area, gardens and large open paved areas. The town square is adjacent to the Caboolture Memorial Hall and Caboolture Hub, including a state of the art library, art gallery and a learning and business centre.
Captain Cook Parade Park - Deception Bay
This site is located opposite Apex Park, with bay views to Glasshouse Mountains & Bribie Island. Toilets, playground and picnic facilities available in adjacent Apex Park.
Captain Cook Park - Redcliffe
This two level park along the Redcliffe foreshore has views to the Redcliffe Jetty and of the Moreton Bay area. Picnic facilities and a playground are located nearby in Rotary Park.
Centenary Lakes - Caboolture
A large park with joining pathways around the site, Centenary Lakes includes spectacular backdrops of lakes, rainforest, waterfalls and bridges over streams and is abundant with wildlife. There is fixed exercise equipment for those with fitness in mind and a fully covered and fenced play area in adjoining Apex Park. The site is adjacent to Caboolture Sports Complex.
Chamber of Commerce Park - Bongaree
Located on the foreshore boasting views of Pumicestone Passage, Sandstone Point and the Glasshouse Mountains, this very popular park includes seating, toilet and barbeque facilities.
Charlish Park - Redcliffe
Located along the foreshore next door to famous Settlement Cove Lagoon. With views out to Moreton Bay, the park consists of a open grassed area with picnic facilities. Toilets are located at lagoon approximately 100m away. Redcliffe Jetty located 300m away.
Clayton Park - Beachmere
A lovely large park not far from the Beachmere foreshore. The park consists of open grassed areas, a dog off-leash area, footpaths with exercise equipment, a large skate bowl facility and more. There is a caravan park and motel next door for out of town guests to reside.
Col Fischer Park - Banksia Beach
Spanning the entire foreshore along Solander Esplanade, this park includes large grassed areas as well as smaller well shaded spaces.
Crest Park - Bellara
This shady park has views of the Pumicestone passage towards the Spinnaker Sound marina. The playground includes all access equipment suitable for wheelchairs.
Crockatt Park - Woody Point
This large park sweeping around the Woody Point foreshore overlooks Bramble Bay. The park has extensive facilities for all types of activities. It has a well-equipped playground with flying fox and climbing frame catering for all ages. A boat ramp and rigging area are also located within the park area.
Dickson Park - Morayfield
A large grassed park between the busy Morayfield Road and Morayfield shopping centre. The park has its own covered stage. The adjoining park provides toilet, playground and picnic facilities.
Edwin Schrag Park - Woorim
Located on the southern end of the Woorim foreshore opposite Benny Street, this park has multiple beach access points and features open grassed picnic areas.
George Willmore Park - Ferny Hills
Located next the the Ferny Hills Swimming Pool. This large park caters for everyone, with an open grassed oval like space, surrounded by trees, a playground, bbq and shelter facilities, exercise equipment, half basketball court, cricket batting net and more. The park has its own community stage.
Humpybong Park - Redcliffe
This park features a large tidal pond and is home to a variety of birdlife. There are a number of picnic settings located around the pond.
James Street - Caboolture
This open grass area is located across from Caboolture train station, connecting the Community to Caboolture’s CBD area.
Jamieson Park - Scarborough
With northern views to Deception Bay and the Glasshouse Mountains this is a large park with facilities to cater for everyone.
Jetty Square Park - Woody Point
With views of Moreton Bay, Bramble Bay and Brisbane City this grassed area in front of the Woody Point Jetty is a beautiful location, especially while the sun is setting. This park is in a very busy area and has limited parking.
John Oxley Reserve - Murrumba Downs
This Reserve is home to a rich diversity of plant and animal life. Although it may be small covering approximately 11 hectares, it provides for the community in many ways. It is an important wildlife refuge along the North Pine River, is home to 242 bird species, 13 mammal species, 8 reptile species and 8 amphibian species.
John Scott Park - Samford
Situated in the heart of town, this large park with open spaces, community stage, playground and shelter facilities provides a great community meeting point. There is also a small bmx track at the end of the park.
Leis Park - Lawnton
Facilities include BBQs, picnic areas, seats, toilets, bike pathway, public boat ramp, play equipment & drinking water.
Lions Park - Woorim
This shady park is located opposite the Bribie Island Surf Life Savers Club. The park has two areas and includes a fenced playground and picnic facilities.
Memorial Park - Woodford
This small park located at the front of the Woodford Memorial Hall provides a simple and shady barbeque area.
Mt Mee Lookout (Dahmongah)
With panoramic views of the Glasshouse Mountains, coastline and Brisbane CBD this small rest stop along the Mt Mee Road tourist drive offers grassed areas and a ceremony gazebo.
Norfolk Lakes Park (MacDonald Drive Park) - Narangba
This park has a mixture of natural spaces, manicured gardens and paths with a deep permanent billabong. One side of the billabong is lined with native vegetation while the other is structured parkland bordering suburbia. The billabong attracts a variety of birds and wildlife.
North Lakes Town Park
Lake Eden is a man made lake, perimeter measures two kilometers with an average depth of 3 meters and is home to large shady trees and a wide variety of bird life and small native animals.
Pelican Park - Clontarf
A large park with multiple areas included ample onsite facilities to cater for all activities. There is a large round oval in centre of park. A boat ramp and rigging area also located in park area.
Pine Rivers Park
This very large park caters for everyone with many features including a well-equipped playground with flying fox, pedal-powered train, children’s maze and liberty swing. This park has many picnic areas with tables and shady trees. There is a large stage and amphitheatre area suitable for concerts and performances. There is ample parking available onsite with overflow parking available for large events.
Pirate Park - Bellara
This park area located along Sylvan Beach Esplanade has a board walk out to the water’s edge and a small playground which is pirate themed.
Queens Beach Park - Redcliffe
This park extends from the Redcliffe foreshore up to Scarborough. The park provides a great walking path along the waterfront with scattered shelters and barbeque facilities.
Redcliffe Botanic Gardens
The Redcliffe Botanic Gardens is a peaceful green haven right in the heart of the city and provides a quick escape from the rigours of everyday life. It is the perfect place to have a picnic, celebrate a birthday or simply enjoy a quiet moment in the beautiful surrounds. Dogs are not permitted.
Rotary Park - Redcliffe
Located approximately 150 metres north of the Redcliffe Jetty overlooking Moreton Bay, this multi-level park includes an open grassed area and lots of natural shade. The park has a large playground with swings, slides and climbing forts. Toilets are located in adjacent parkland.
Scarborough Beach Park
Scarborough Beachmere Park has views of Moreton Island and Moreton Bay and is a popular location for families and day visitors. With extensive picnic facilities and playground equipment this park promises a great family day out.
Sunset Park - Banksia Beach
Great location on the point of Bribie Island - beautifully maintained gardens with a variety of settings to choose from. and a gazebo for a small intimate ceremony. There are no facliities in the area.
Suttons Beach Park (including Youth Park) - Redcliffe
With great views overlooking Moreton Island this park is filled with large lawn areas and shady trees. With many picnic facilities, shelters, barbeques and playground equipment, it is a popular destination for families on weekends and in peak seasons.
Sweeney Reserve - Petrie
Facilities include electric BBQ, picnic areas, seats, play equipment, toilets, drinking water, bike pathway & creek.
Theo Greene Park - Ningi
This large open park is located adjacent to the Ningi Community Hall. The park offers facilities to cater for all activities.
Thurecht Park - Scarborough
This long park with some open spaces has amenities, playground and shelters. The main car park adjoins the bookable area within the park.
Tingira Park - Scarborough
With views to Moreton Island this park is very secluded with large shady trees. There are no facilities available at this park.
Tintookie Park - Woorim
With picnic areas, a fenced playground, skate bowl and basketball court this park hidden in the back street of Woorim caters for the whole family.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park - Bongaree
This park offers an attractive setting with ePublishstablished and well maintained gardens and a gazebo and has a peaceful atmosphere. There are no toilets on site.
Wahminda Park - Ferny Hills
Wahminda Park is a hidden gem located along Samford Road providing a quick escape from the rigours of everyday life. It is the perfect place to have a picnic, celebrate a birthday or simply enjoy a quiet moment in the peaceful surrounds.
Woody Point Park
This is a large grassed park with shady trees and no onsite facilities.
Wyllie Park - Petrie
Facilities include electric BBQ, picnic area, play equipment, toilets, drinking water, bike pathway & creek.