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Biami Yumba Park At Fig Tree Pocket

by Sally Foster (follow)
Toddler-friendly park in the leafy suburb of Fig Tree Pocket

When driving through the leafy suburb of Fig Tree Pocket on my way to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary one day, I couldn't help but notice how picturesque it was. It felt like I was escaping to the country. This 'pocket' of Brisbane was one I knew I would return to another day.

I am constantly on the lookout for toddler-friendly playgrounds, so I thought I would combine my love of the suburb, with a visit to a local park. I chose Biami Yumba Park at Fig Tree Pocket Recreation Reserve.

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Built around a lagoon (the home of some ducks!) resulting in beautiful views all around, it is the perfect setting to have a coffee while your little person has a wonderful time playing.

Credit: Brisbane City Council Website


The playground equipment is modern and well cared for and there is plenty suitable for all age groups. The equipment includes a wooden fort with steps, slides, ramps and climbing frame, tunnel slide, swings (including a wheelchair accessible sway swing), merry go round, spinning pole, bouncers, see-saw and more.

My favourite part is the fact that there are slides for all age groups. Some slides are a bit terrifying for a mum to watch her toddler go down, so there is something for him too. Where he can be independent without me hovering too closely.

Credit: Brisbane City Council Website


There is also a sandpit, as well as paths for riding bikes and scooters if your kids tire of the playground. And of course, plenty of ducks to spot on the pond if your kids are like my own and just can't get enough of 'quackers'.

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This park provides a lovely day out with lots of trees, sheltered tables and an electric bbq for a picnic. The play area is also shaded and has soft fall flooring for those inevitable spills. There are also toilets available.

It is definitely worth a visit next time you are in the area.

Credit: Brisbane City Council Website


Location: 30 Kenny Street, Fig Tree Pocket
Good to Know: The playground is unfenced
Parking: Street parking on Ormsby Street

Where is your favourite toddler-friendly park in Brisbane? Please let us know in the comments below, we would love to hear from you!

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