Parks and playgrounds
Outdoor play provides children with a chance to explore, have adventures, and practise social and physical skills. Queensland parks and playgrounds are great places for children to play and learn.
Find your nearest park or playground
Contact your local council to find a park or playground near you.
Search for Brisbane parks and playgrounds by suburb. Find dog off-leash areas, parks with Wi-Fi access, or make a booking for a park site to hold a social event.
All Abilities Playground Project
The Queensland All Abilities Playground Project ensures all children, including those with disability, have access to playgrounds so they can learn, grow and develop during play. There are 16 All Abilities Playgrounds in Queensland designed with community input to:
- remove barriers so children with and without disability can play side by side
- use a range of natural and built environments
- offer safe but challenging activities.
Queensland’s national parks are a great way to enjoy camping, picnics or bush walks.
National parks also have a range of activities suitable for children and adults, including:
- horse riding
- canoeing and kayaking
- white water rafting
- trail bike riding
- cave tours.