Six Of The Best Fenced Parks For Kids In Brisbane

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"Let's meet at the park!"

If you are a parent of a highly energietic runaway or a mum of twins or a special needs kid these five simple words can strike fear in your heart. Not only is your catchup going to be stressful as you run around like a maniac trying to keep an eye on the prize at all times, but it's absolutely exhausting and certainly doesn't fill your cup the way a meetup with friends should.

So here we have six of the best fenced kids playgrounds that will ensure you can have a lovely time chilling with coffee and friends while your littlies run wild in the safety of an enclosed environment!

Oriel Park, Ascot

A personal favourite, Oriel park is beautifully shaded and features loads of playground equipment and toilets.

Where: 14 Alexandra Road, Ascot
Visitor Info: Brisbane City Council website

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Whites Hill Researve, Camp Hill

Whites Hill  Reserve is beloved by southside families. The park is massive and features lots of accessible play equipment including swings and diggers and even has an enclosed dog park if you want to bring your furbaby along for a family day out. 

Where: 205 Jones Road, Camp Hill
Visitor Info: Brisbane City Council website

Image credit: Brisbane Kids

Hawthorne Park, Hawthorne

This is a fabulous bright and colourful playground that is fully shaded with shade sails that provides a unqiue play opportunity for kids of all ages and abilities. A must experience playground!

Where: 140 Riding Road, Hawthorne
Visitor Info: Brisbane City Council website

Milton Park, Milton

Attention train lovers! Head to Milton Park for it's fully fenced playground with a train theme. This park is a winner for us as it has netball abd basketball courts to keep the older kids entertained while the little ones run around.

Where: 28 Eagle Terrace, Milton
Visitor Info: Brisbane City Council website

George Clayton Park, Manly

Also known as Wynnum Bandstand Park this gorgeous park is protected by shade structures and trees and has a nautical theme. There is a play carousel for wheelchairs and also a supportive swing seat with a safety chain and harness.

Where: 298 The Esplanade, Manly
Visitor Info: Brisbane City Council website

Keong Park, Stafford

This park is also known as Turner Playground is a real hidden gem, featuring a large green space with lots of room to run around. There's bike and scooter track nearby as well so the older kids don't get bored. You can also hire the community centre which is attached to the playground.

Where: 38 Appleby Road, Stafford
Visitor Info: Brisbane City Council website

 

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