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Brisbane's Best Fenced Playgrounds

by Sally Foster (follow)
A list of Brisbane's best fenced playgrounds as voted by you

Welcome to another article in our Useful Lists series. This week the Brisbane Mums Group were discussing what they thought were some of the best fenced playgrounds in Brisbane. We have collated the top answers below.

Please note that our lists are continually updated and cover only some of the best places for kids and parents across Brisbane. Remember to always do your own research and make sure the service meets your personal needs.

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1. Rocks Riverside Park, Seventeen Mile Rocks

This picturesque riverside park has it all. A water play area operating during the summer months, playground for the big kids complete with flying fox, and a fully fenced playgrounds for the smaller kids.

Location: 531 Seventeen Mile Rocks Road, Seventeen Mile Rocks

2. Dorrington Park, Ashgrove

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Otherwise known as the Enchanted Forest, it is one of the first to come up in all park recommendations due to its imagination factor. Featuring little shops and cafes, it is pretty as a picture and close by to a great cafe.

Location: 5 Mirrabooka Road, Ashgrove. Access from Frasers Road

3. Pirate Park, Scarborough

Kids love trains and pirate ships, and this playground has both! It also has gorgeous beach views for the parents to enjoy a coffee while the kids go nuts.

Credit: Visit Moreton Bay Region Website


Location: 107 Landsborough Avenue, Scarborough

4. Milton Park, Milton

This fully fenced playground has a train theme with a big train to climb over, as well as an ice cream shop and petrol station. More than just your average play equipment.

Location: 28 Eagle Terrace, Milton

5. Whites Hill Reserve, Camp Hill

With a water and sand play area, Whites Hill Reserve Playground will keep your kids occupied for hours. If they still have energy to burn, you can also take them for a bush walk on one of the Whites Hill Reserve tracks and trails.

"Whites Hill Park is excellent, something for all ages."- BMG member

Credit: Brisbane City Council


Location: 205 Jones Road (vehicle entry via Boundary Road)

6. Pine Rivers Park, Strathpine

"Pine Rivers Park at Strathpine has multiple enclosed/gated areas for different age groups." - BMG member

Pine Rivers Park also features the excellent pedal push train that I also love!

Credit: Moreton Bay City Council


Location: 125 Gympie Road, Strathpine

7. Lorikeet Park, Mt Ommaney

"Lorikeet Park opposite Mt Ommaney Shopping Centre is fenced 😊" - BMG Member

Location: 158 Dandenong Road, Mt Ommaney

8. Oriel Park, Ascot

Nestled amongst the trees and within walking distance to some truly great cafes. Oriel Park also hosts weekly free park fitness classes. Check out the Brisbane City Council website for more details.

Location:14 Alexandra Road, Ascot

9. Taigum Place Park, Taigum

Location: 120 Lemke Road, Taigum

10. Harold Dean Park, Bracken Ridge

Location: 93 Gawain Road, Bracken Ridge

11. Leslie Patrick Park, Arana Hills

With climbers and spinners and adjacent to a footy field, this is the perfect park for a picnic. There are even ducks at the close by Kedron Brook that your little ones can feed after they are done playing.

Credit: Weekend Notes


Location: Olearia Street, Arana Hills

12. Hawthorne Park, Hawthorne

Home to the 'scary slide', Hawthorne Park has something for all ages, despite some of the equipment well and truly being aimed at the older kids.

Location: 140 Riding Road, Hawthorne

These are just a few of the fenced playgrounds that Brisbane has to offer. If you know of any other places that you think should have made the list, make sure to join our Discussion Group and leave a comment to let us know!




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