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Pine Rivers Park in Strathpine

by Sally Foster (follow)
The perfect party park

Finding a park that has something for all ages, including the grown ups, can be a difficult task. So when I recently paid a visit to Pine Rivers Park with my toddler and baby in tow, I was really excited.

Pine Rivers Park is a massive park in Strathpine on Brisbane's Northside. It will be perfect for your next family gathering, mother's group meet up or birthday party. The reason it is so great, is because it has not one, not two but THREE fenced play areas with equipment suitable to different age groups.

You and your family are invited to a Photography for Parents Workshop on Sunday 28th April at New Farm Park.
There is no better place for children and teens to let their imaginations run wild these school holidays, than the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), which has holiday programs on offer.
Each fenced play area features slides, swings, forts, see saws, climbing ropes and heaps more play equipment to keep babies, toddlers and young children entertained for hours. And because they are all fenced, the little ones are contained in the area so you can relax a little.

If you have older or adventurous children, they will be thrilled by the flying fox, pedal-powered bike tracks, childrenís maze, huge climbing ropes structures and the 'velocitron' which is a slightly scary rotating helicopter bike which I myself enjoyed immensely.













Credit: Visit Moreton Bay Website


Pine Rivers Park often has a mobile coffee shop pop up van too, both during the week and the weekend, so you can get your coffee fix. Visit the Facebook Page for info on times when it is there.

There are huge areas of grass where you can set up tables and tents for a party or have a game of soccer or cricket. There are also plenty of shelter sheds and seating areas, but it does get very busy on the weekends so be sure to get there early to nab a spot.

There is no better place for children and teens to let their imaginations run wild these school holidays, than the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), which has holiday programs on offer.
You and your family are invited to a Photography for Parents Workshop on Sunday 28th April at New Farm Park.
The other amenities include a liberty swing, toilets, barbecues and plenty of on site parking.

Pine Rivers Park also plays host to events at its amphitheatre. You can find out about booking both the table areas and the amphitheatre here.

Location: 125 Gympie Road, Strathpine 4500

Do you know of any other excellent party playgrounds in Brisbane? Please let us know in the comments below. We would love to hear from you!




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