The play area also has a unique ladybug xylophone where kids can play and experiment with different sounds. Luckily it sounds nice, not too tinny or cringeworthy!
This ladybug xylophone is a real hit with kids
Boyd Terrace's wide bike path follows Moggill Creek and is fantastic for scooters, bikes, roller blades, skateboards and burning off any excess energy. The mainly flat path makes this is an ideal place for newbies to learn how to ride.
Wide bike paths go from the park and follow Moggill Creek
There is outdoor exercise equipment scattered along the edge of the bike path if you want to combine your park visit with a touch of fitness.
The Creekside Bike Path can also be accessed at Kenmore Hills for those wanting a longer walk, scoot or ride, and if you keep an eye out, you may discover Moggill Creek's hidden entrance.
Hidden Moggill Creek entrance
The park also boasts shaded picnic facilities and barbecues, which are located near the playground and basketball half court, and there is an abundance of large grassy areas to play tag, ball games and cricket.
Why not set up and relax while the kids are playing and then have a picnic or shoot some hoops?
Families will love this half court. Game of basketball anyone?
Boyd Terrace Park also welcomes the four legged members of the family, as long as they are well behaved and you pick up any droppings. Brisbane City Council have provided a dog dropping bag dispenser, and there are bins located along the path for your convenience.
This great family park is just a short drive from Moggill Rd, down Rafting Ground Rd in Brookfield.
So what are you waiting for - pack a picnic, grab the scooters, bikes and roller skates and explore the bike path and park. Do not forget to play on the ladybug xylophone before you leave!
Useful information Where: 16 Rees Way Brookfield QLD 4069 Who: Families and dog owners. What: All ages playground, basketball half court, bike-paths, walking tracks, picnic areas, barbecue and open grassy areas for ball games.
You can check out more information on Boyd Terrace Park here.
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