Best Kids Parks West

Brisbane

More than 15 great playgrounds for kids in Brisbane's south side:

Sitting on the banks of the Brisbane River is this lovely green space which offers something for each member of the family.
Railway Playground is just the place to take children who love trains. They can imagine themselves as a train driver for hours, with
This state of the art all abilities playground is knowledge-themed and features a flying fox, towers and interactive fun zones
This park nestled in Bardon’s foothills is a peaceful shady ground for picnicking and small child’s play.
Rafting Ground Reserve is a lush sprawling oasis of green with a creek winding through it on the edge of Brookfield and Kenmore.
Frew Park stands on the hallowed grounds of the iconic Milton Tennis Centre, where everyone from Australian tennis greats to international rock stars and boxers once held court.
Fig Tree Pocket River Reserve is one of Brisbane’s hidden treasures – a secreted waterfront park with picnic tables, BBQ, boat ramp and cute nautical themed playground, overseen by majestic gum trees.
This military-themed playground features morse code puzzles, a toy jeep, climbing walls, slides and swings
Set amongst the beautiful leafy suburb of The Gap is the excellent Walton Bridge Reserve playground for all ages
Wittonga Park is a cool shady space with something for everyone, tucked away in the leafy westside suburb of The Gap.
Tucked away at the back of the Enoggera Creek Bikeway is the intimate and almost untouched Riaweena Street Playground.
Tucked away in a low lying hollow beside Gailey Rd is this fantastic grassy common for children, walkers, picnickers and dogs.
A rolling expanse of hills form the setting for this scenic park which is large enough to have a circuit road loop through it.
This is one of a handful of parks where children and dogs can happily co-exist as they run free under the watchful eye of their owners.
Aside from the cockatoo and galah hillside gatherings, the best part of Dorrington Park is the colourful storybook Enchanted Forest
On weekend afternoons this park resembles a village green in England as families, dog walkers, picnickers and sports players descend on the tree-bordered grassy expanse to enjoy the last of the day’s sun.
One of the city’s oldest parks was originally built as the playground to the adjacent Paddington Kindergarten – Brisbane’s first kindergarten established in 1905.
A peaceful family friendly park nestled in a green hollow on the Ithaca Creek bike route, this is especially suited to those with small children and not just because there are no nearby traffic temptations.

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