The showcase family friendly park stretching from Kalinga to Clayfield on Brisbane's northside, Kalinga’s drawcards are many.
Established in 1910, its World war I memorial gates are a fitting grand entry to what lies beyond, from the tree-lined Diggers Drive which was built by unemployed returned World War I soldiers to the myriad of attractions within.
These include a large sandpit, tree houses, a climbing wall, a creek for rock throwing and climbing, dog off-leash enclosure, picnic and barbecue facilities as well as a grid of paved ‘streets’ with stop signs, designed for children on wheels and particularly good for those in need of traffic sense.
All of this is spread over a large shaded grassy space dotted with majestic gum trees and in short is everything a family could conceivably wish for in one outdoor space.
100 Bertha Rd