10 Great Toddler Playgrounds on the Sunshine Coast
Great Toddler Playgrounds on the Sunshine Coast, that’s what we are all after! So look no further than this guide to some of the Sunshine Coast’s best playgrounds for toddlers! These parks are specially designed for kids aged 12 and under, and offer a variety of activities to keep them entertained. From swings and slides to climbing walls and jungle gyms, there’s something for everyone! So pack a picnic lunch and head out to one of these amazing parks today. See directions and full reviews on Boobobutt.
Playgrounds for Toddlers on the Sunshine Coast
1. Great Keppel Crescent Park: This park boasts a cargo net shaped boat a double slide, sand AND water station(though it wasn’t working when we were there yet I could see water in it and the sand around it was wet. Perhaps they only turn it on on the weekends?) It doesn’t have a baby swing but it has a fantastic round swing that has the possibility to pendulum and not just go back and forth.
2. Bokarina Beach Park: This park has the WOW factor. Set on a large block this park boasts a bike/scooter track complete with small hills. Tables and benches both undercover and in the sun. Filtered water stations for either drinking from or to refill your water bottles. And an irrigation system built into some of the playground to cool you down in the warmer months (that one was a real surprise.) The playground itself caters for a wide range of kids. What’s more the rock, rope and fort climbing for the adventurous and tunnels, swings, sandpit and seesaw for the smallest. So with much to see and do in all directions toddlers will have a blast!
3. Kings Beach Park and Ampitheatre: Completely fenced in and behind the amphitheater lies this unique park. Aimed at children aged 3+ the main feature is the large tower. What’s more you can get into it via ladder, stairs, monkey bars or fireman pole and once inside you have the same ways of getting out. There is a water fountain within the park and toilets just outside. This park does look a little hidden due to the fencing but it sticks out at the same time due to the colours.
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4. Park & Co: Well isn’t this a little hidden gem. Nestled in the new development of Parklakes 2 estate is this fantastic playground and cafe. Together they make quite the powerhouse. What’s more the playground boasts modern features and the smallest of people have been considered. So The tiny climbing frame with activities is thoroughly enjoyable and the swings are great on all the things.
5. Chambers Island Park: This hidden hideaway is a fantastic place for everyone’s needs and is usually fairly quiet. You can fish, splash, play, picnic, climb trees, kick a ball and of course relax. There are benches and tables with a few being undercover as well as toilets. Beside the playground is an impressive canopy of trees. They spread out low enough to be able to climb and you may even see a possum or two.
6.Moffat Beach Park: The park is situated underneath a glorious fig tree which offers lots of natural shade. The park is a wooden fortress made up of ropes, rock climbing, various sizes in slides, and an ice cream parlour underneath. There is also a seperate boat for the children’s imagination to run wild in complete with a space below the deck. The park is fenced along the back and to one side of the road. In front is a large grassy field which makes for the perfect spot to park up the pram, throw a rug down and enjoy a picnic.
7. Buderim Forest Park: Ok so not a playground but a scenic adventure! How can something so beautiful be positioned right in the middle of suburbia? There are two ways that you can do this walk. So get ready for an easy to access adventure.
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8. Pelican Waters Boulevard Park: This sweet park is set along the canal and makes for a stunning backdrop on a clear day. It is fenced along the canal and has a good amount of shade sails to cover the equipment. What’s more, if you’re a Pelican Waters local this park is worth a bike ride or walk with the pram to.
9. Tewantin Splash Park: It is fully fenced and great for toddlers. It has tables, shade sails and a small grass are within the fences. Just outside is a set of public toilets & a decent sized skate park.
10. Arbour Park: A no frills great all rounder park. The main attraction is the wooden fort which is joined together in a loop. Climb over ropes, spiderwebs (spiderweb design ropes, not actual webs ) and suspended stepping stones to get back to the start. What’s more, there’s a sandpit, digger, two spring animals and wooden boat are featured around the back as well as seating and BBQ facilities.
So grab your picnic basket, head out to one of these amazing parks and create some fun memories with your toddler! There is nothing better than having fun at a Great Toddler Playgrounds on the Sunshine Coast. With so many exciting activities to choose from, they’re sure to have a great day. Enjoy!
Looking for an adventure with some play? Check out our guide to Toddler Friendly Cafes.