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Brisbane's Best Northside Playgrounds

by Sally Foster (follow)
These northside playgrounds all offer something special

Whether you are new to Brisbane, new to the north side, or just tired of going to the same old playground and want to vary your routine, then here is the inspiration you are looking for. All of these playgrounds have been tried and tested by a Brisbane Mum, and each offer up something special.

Here is our pick of the best playgrounds on the northside of Brisbane. Do you have any more to add?

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They are in no order of awesomeness

Oriel Park, Ascot

What's so special? It is fully fenced and has a big steam roller to climb and use for imagination play.

Where is it? 127 Reeve Street, Ascot

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Kidspace 7th Brigade Park, Chermside

What's so special? It is a huge playground with lots of wooden platforms to climb and run along.

Where is it? Murphy Road, Chermside

See Here for a full review of this playground.



T.C. Beirne Park, Hendra

What's so special? It is fully shaded and surrounded by Jacaranda Trees which bloom beautifully in Spring.

Where is it? Gerler Road, Hendra

See Here for a full review of this playground.



Pelican Park, Clontarf

What's so special? There are two small but well equipped fully fenced playgrounds. But the highlight is the daily pelican feeding which happens every day at 10am.

Where is it? Hornibrook Esplanade, Clontarf

See Here for a full review of this playground.



Hidden World, Fitzgibbon

What's so special? It looks just like a fairytale, with bright and colourful well laid out equipment. It is huge and has something for all ages.

Where is it? 411 Roghan Road, Fitzgibbon



See Here for a full review of this playground.

Dorrington Park, Ashgrove

What's so special? It is also known as the Enchanted Forest Playground with fairy and magical inspired equipment and lots of invitations for imagination play.

Where is it? 5 Mirrabooka Rd, Ashgrove

See Here for a full review of this playground.



Caboolture Region Environmental Centre

What's so special? There are two fully fenced playgrounds adjacent to the Environmental Centre so you can engage in both indoor and outdoor play.

Where is it? 150 Rowley Road, Burpengary

See Here for a full review of this playground.

Pine Rivers Park, Strathpine

What's so special? This is the perfect party park with a ride along train, flying fox and several gated playgrounds of different sizes.

Where is it? 125 Gympie Road, Strathpine

See Here for a full review of this playground.



Kalinga Park, Clayfield

What's so special? Nestled by the Kedron Brook Bikeway, there is a training area for bike riders to learn and a huge play fort to run along.

Where is it? 31 Kalinga St, Clayfield

See Here for a full review of this playground.



Decker Park, Brighton

What's so special? Right next to the bay, you can play in the playground then go for a walk, ride or even a play in the sand at the waterfront.

Where is it? 8 Twenty Fifth Ave, Brighton

Moora Park, Shorncliffe

What's so special? Another one right on the waterfront, this playground is hugely popular for parties because of its massive climbing structures and places to run through the trees.

Where is it? Park Parade, Shorncliffe



Teralba Park, Everton Park

What's so special? It has been recently renovated to promote imagination play, especially for toddlers who are learning to play with other kids.

Where is it? corner of Osborne and Pullen Reds Everton Park

See Here for a full review of this playground.



Bray Farm Park, Griffin

What's so special? It is lovingly referred to as the 'Harry Potter' Park and you can see why from the picture below!

Where is it? Rivermint St, Griffin

Credit: Bray Farm Park Facebook Page


Leslie Patrick Park, Arana Hills

What's so special? This fully fenced playground has everything a good playground needs to keep the kids entertained for a few hours while you sit back with a coffee and relax.

Where is it? 135 Olearia St W, Everton Hills

Pirate Park, Scarborough

What's so special? It is fully fenced with a pirate ship and train to climb on and play some really fun imaginative games. Plus it is on the waterfront for pretty views, and close to a giant jumping pillow.

Where is it?

See Here for a full review of this playground.

Have we missed any other epic northside playgrounds? Please let us know in the comments!




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