Gold Coast Children’s Playgrounds
Marine Parade, Labrador
Located on the beautiful Broadwater, this park boasts an adventure playground featuring slides, rockers and a sunken ship. The park is home to the famous Charis Seafoods, perfect for a fish’n’chip picnic. Toilets and picnic tables are available.
Gold Coast Highway, Southport
This park is situated on the edge of the glistening Broadwater and features a safe swimming enclosure for the littlies. Try the pedal monorail, the ‘Velectron’, or have a go at the giant flying fox. Bring your bike and test your skills on the mini bike circuit. Facilities include picnic tables and toilets.
(Opposite Australia Fair Shopping Centre)
Old Burleigh Road, Broadbeach
Situated on the Broadbeach foreshore, this park boasts a large shaded playground and loads of open spaces. Climb the pirate ship, ride the monorail, build a castle in the sandpit and try out the slides. Shaded picnic tables are available and toilets are nearby.
Laguna Avenue, Palm Beach
Easily the best children’s playground on the Coast, this park boasts a fully fenced playground with fun equipment for all ages. Try the pirate ship, pedal monorail, funny face boards, slides and rockers. The park also features a ‘Liberty Swing’ for children in wheelchairs. Facilities include barbecue, shaded picnic tables, and toilets.
Inwood Circuit, Merrimac
The Gold Coast’s first park dedicated to the tiny tots. Faerie Park boasts a playground with swings and ‘spider web’ climbing net, and is the perfect spot for storytelling. (Off Gooding Drive into Ghilgai Road, left into Macadie Way then left into Inwood Circuit)