Water Parks in Brisbane for Kids

Southbank Lagoon

Top 5 Water Parks for Brisbane Kids

This is all about FREE fun water play locations and places with water features that are fun and entertaining, including free water parks for Brisbane Kids and places for families built around the concept of water.

Many Brisbane Leisure Centres and Public Swimming Pools now feature loads of water play features, making them very similar to a water park. These locations can be found on our list of swimming pools.

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South Bank Lagoon & Aquativity

Water play and swim in the city | Enjoy the Parklands | Numerous dining opportunities

South Bank Lagoon is definitely one of the best water parks for Brisbane Kids. Its a  free water park and it is located right in the middle of the city. Surrounded by parklands, and right next to the Wheel of Brisbane, you will find a WOW playground and a WOW Aquativity water play place for your Brisbane Kids to enjoy. With BBQ facilities and amenities, this is a great day out for the whole family.

The South Bank Lagoon itself is big, with a man-made beach, and has an array of fun fountains as well as varying water depths. It is also patrolled by lifeguards seven days a week throughout the warmer months and, best of all, overlooks the majestic Brisbane City. Any Brisbane Kid would be impressed by this water play place as would any adult!

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Redcliffe Lagoon or Settlement Cove

Water play at the bay | BBQ | Playground fun | Lounging around

Redcliffe Lagoon is on the Northside of Brisbane and is a popular getaway for Brisbane families wanting some FREE and fun water play with their Brisbane Kids. There are slides, fountains and a lovely ocean theme for Brisbane Kids to enjoy. It is a water park with heaps of shade, BBQ facilities, a playground and lots of room to swim with varying depths. It’s also accommodating for disabled Brisbane Kids with ramped entry to the pool. Water Parks for Brisbane Kids are all about taking some time away from the hustle and bustle, and Redcliffe Lagoon is perfect for families looking for a whole day out. Finish off your fun day out with some yummy local fish and chips.

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Robelle Domain, Springfield

Water Play Place | Awesome picnic location | Bike riding | Cafe | Playground

Robelle Domain is an amzing attraction in Springfield, being a huge WOW playground with a cafe built right in the middle. There are loads of fountains and different water features, not to mention a huge parklands with numerous photo opportunities. For details on how to get there and a complete review of the playground, head to our playground review of Robelle Domain.

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Rocks Riverside Park

Water play place | Picnic in the park

Rocks Riverside Park at Seventeen Mile Rocks is more of a toddler paddling paradise than a pool. With numerous bathing pools, fountains and shaded areas, this is a popular outing for Brisbane Mums and Dads with their kids. There is also a WOW playground, BBQ facilities and numerous space for picnics. There is further information and picture available via our Brisbane playground pages.  As with many water parks for Brisbane Kids, this is one that you could spend an entire day at, enjoying a picnic breakfast, lunch or early dinner while the kids cool off.

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Wynnum Water Park

Water Play Place | Fish and Chips in the park

Wynnum Water Park is located in the breezy suburb of Wynnum, and comes with the all the ocean smells and attractions such as open space and the smell of fish and chips. It features a WOW playground shaded by trees and overlooks a calm beach, which is perfect for Brisbane Toddlers and mums with bubs. Located in Edith Street at Wynnum- more pics can be found on our playground review of Wynnum Water Park.

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  • http://www.squidoo.com/my-ode-to-motherhood Heather Bradford

    Thanks for your website. Loved looking around. Especially interesting to see where the best xmas lights are as we always take a trip to see them each year. A special thumbs up for cafe’s that cater to mums and also the Lagoon at Redcliffe. What a great city we live in!

  • leisa

    sandgate pool has a great kids area!

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  • Michelle

    OK have to ask – what does WOW stand for?

  • Vicky Grindal

    Council Pools – These holidays I’ve take my kids (ages 12, 11 and 2) to some of the local pools. A couple of good ones are Albany Creek Leisure Centre – worth the drive from the southside and the Sleemans Centre at Chandler. Both have a water slide and young kids area. Sleemans is also indoors which make it great regardless of weather conditions outside. Both are also reasonably priced
    Both are defifnitely places to visit many times over.
    Albany Creek Leisure Centre, Cnr Old Northern Rd & Explorer Dr, Albany Creek
    Sleemans Centre, Old Cleveland Rd, Chandler

  • Sheena Dey

    Best pools for kids we have found is Chermside pools. Has great water slides included. Heaps of seating and great kiosk at very reasonable prices. Definately worth the drive even from the southside

  • Nicole

    We had a family day last Saturday at Robelle Domain @ Springfield Lakes. Absolutely brilliant park for kids of all ages. The only downfall was there is not enough covered areas/shaded areas, so my advise is take a shade shelter.

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