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Pine Rivers Park, Strathpine

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An all ages park with two fenced play areas

Pine Rivers Park - another awesome, all ages and all abilities Brisbane Park that kids will go crazy for!

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Located in the popular suburb of Strathpine, the great thing about this park, is that it is perfect for all occasions. Whether you are celebrating a birthday, looking for a fun afternoon out with the kids or even if you want to relax and have a picnic with friends, then Pine Rivers Park is perfect.

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What's there?

Pine Rivers has loads of modern play equipment on offer for kids and the playground is conveniently split into two, fully fenced areas - one more suitable for younger children and the other perfect for big kids.

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As well as the standard climbing frames, swing set and slides, the park also boasts an array of new, colourful play apparatus, including large rubber stepping stones, rope bridges, and climbing nets.

Along with the newer equipment, the park is still home to their popular ride on train complete with track (pedal powered) and mid air, rotating helicopter bikes. Kids can also enjoy the flying fox, seesaw, climbing webs and bouncy rides, and after that, why not head over and try your hand at the hedge maze?

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There are plenty of grassy areas, perfect for ball games and picnics, and if you are looking to escape the Brisbane sun, make sure to grab yourself one of the sheltered picnic tables or there are plenty of shady trees that you can park yourself underneath.

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Once the kids have finished on the playground, there is a large winding pathway that is perfect for bike riders and smooth and even enough for those in wheelchairs or with prams, looking to end their day with a pleasant stroll.

Useful Amenities

If you are not the best at organising a picnic basket, then feel free to bring along a few burgers and make use of the on site BBQs. There are excellent toilet facilities available within the park and plenty of on site parking as well as additional overflow parking for when the Pine Rivers becomes host to various local events and performances.

Key Features:

Varied, modern playground equipment- fully fenced
BBQs
Onsite toilet facilities
Children's maze
Liberty swing
Winding pathways, suitable for prams and wheelchairs
Shaded Picnic Tables
Grassy areas for ball games and picnics
Onsite parking

Address: Pine Rivers Park, 125 Gympie Road, Strathpine 4500

Do you know of any other parks that are perfect for kids of all ages? Please let us know in the comments below. We would love to hear from you!




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