Best Kids Parks in Logan City

best kids parks in logan

Discover the best kids parks in Logan City with this epic collection of outdoor play spaces for kids. Playgrounds throughout Logan have so much to offer, with some featuring massive climbing towers, accessible play spaces, picturesque picnic areas, opportunities for wildlife spotting and most importantly, places to have fun, whilst enjoying the great outdoors.

If you are local then take your time exploring these gems, or if you are visiting from further afield, pack a picnic, and lots of energy and see how many of these fabulous playgrounds you can tick off in one day.                           

Buxton Park, Yarrabilba

Buxton Park

This state-of-the-art playground is home to a huge garden tower which sits 8.7 m above the ground, perfect for climbing and then slipping down one of the two tunnel slides. There is also a interactive digital outdoor obstacle course for the older children and several in-ground trampolines, which the little ones will happily bounce on for ages. In addition to these incredible features is the super bumpy caterpillar (covered in synthetic turf) which kids can run, jump and climb over.

Features: Large climbing tower, tunnel slides, multiple swings, seesaw, interactive obstacle course, walking paths, picnic area, BBQ’s and accessible toilets

Location: Buxton Avenue, Yarrabilba

Read a detailed review of Buxton Park here.

Darlington Parklands, Yarrabilba

Yarrabilba

Dubbed the ‘super park’ on the southside, Darlington Parklands is a park like no other and its easy to see why it is one of the best kids parks in Logan City. The FREE waterpark with streams, fountains, waterplay and shallow pools is definitely the place to be on a hot Queensland day. For hours of fun have a go on the twin flying fox, kick a ball on the grassy fields, scale the climbing dome or splash in the waterpark.

Features: Waterpark, flying fox, climbing dome, basketball half-court, outdoor gym, boardwalks, wetlands, picnic shelters, BBQ’s and accessible toilets.

Location: Corner of Yarrabilba Drive and Darlington Drive, Yarrabilba

Read a detailed review of Darlington Parklands here.

Berrinba Wetlands Park, Browns Plains

Berrinba wetlands wobble board

Berrinba Wetlands, which spans over 80 hectares, is an awesome park nestled in nature at Browns Plains. Its draw-card is the huge flying fox and over 8km of walking paths, with its leafy surroundings and interpretation centre, also an added bonus. Nesting boxes for birds, gliders and possums can be seen throughout the wetlands, so why not bring the binoculars and see what interesting animals you can spot.

Features: Flying fox, climbing web, Educational Interpretation Centre, fitness stations, walking paths, picnic shelters, tables, BBQ’s and accessible toilets.

Location: Wayne Goss Drive, Browns Plains

Read a detailed review of Berrinba Wetlands Park

Doug Larsen Park, Beenleigh

doug larsen park play equipment.

Although Doug Larsen Park may be a small playground, its leafy outlook, BMX/skate facilities, and fitness equipment make it a great destination for a leisurely visit with the family.

Features: Slides, swings, climbing structures, BMX/skate park, fitness equipment, waterways, bike and walking paths, picnic tables, BBQ’s and accessible toilets.

Location: Boundary Street, Beenleigh

Read a detailed review of Doug Larsen Park

Underwood Park (Funderwood Hollow), Priestdale

Impressive fort style playground

Underwood Park is a spacious park with several play spaces, including a unique Spielart adventure playground and a second large playground protected by colourful shade sails. The flying fox, BMX track and pedal-powered monorail are also very popular among the kids. There is so much to see and do at this park, it is the perfect venue for hours of family fun.

Features: Flying fox, pedal-powered monorail track, swings, slides, climbing structures, waterplay, BMX track, basketball half-court, netball court, picnic shelters, BBQ’s and accessible toilets.

Location: Underwood Road, Priestdale

Read a detailed review of Underwood Park 

Logan Gardens Water Park

relaxing at the Logan Gardens water play park splash table

Escape the heat at the Logan Gardens Water Park, impressively expansive with an interactive water play environment. 

Features: a level splash pad area that provides access for all with 4 water play zones – a huge water bucket with pond, a totem spray forest, a pop jet plaza and a raised water table + toilets. 

Location: 12 Civic Parade, Logan Central

Read a detailed review of Logan Gardens Water Park

Shailer Pioneer Park, Shailer Park

shailer pioneer park.

Playground, skate park, exercise equipment, tennis courts, basketball court, picnic facilities and lots of open, grassy spaces – what more could you want in a park? Toilets? Yes, they have those too. Shailer Pioneer Park has a little something for everyone in the family to enjoy fun times spent outdoors at the park.

Features: Slides, swings, climbing frames, rockers, sensory garden, basketball court, exercise equipment, skate park, BBQ’s and accessible toilets.

Location: 6 -12 Harley Street, Shailer Park

Read a detailed review of Shailer Pioneer Park

Teviot Downs Park, New Beith

teviot park logan

Teviot Downs Park is nestled in the quiet suburb of New Beith, surrounded by thick bushland and is a wonderful spot to soak up the outdoors. The kids, both young and old, will enjoy the play equipment, flying fox, skate park, sports courts or just chilling under the shade of a tree. There is even a dog off-leash area for the four-legged friends in your family.

Features: Slides, seesaw, swings, climbing structures, small flying fox, skate park, basketball half-court, dog off-leash area, picnic facilities, BBQ’s and accessible toilets.

Location: 26 – 28 Bradman Street, New Beith

Read a detailed review of Teviot Downs Park

Spring Mountain Lagoon Park, New Beith

spring mountain lagoon park play fort

Another great park nestled in the leafy suburb of New Beith, south west of Brisbane, is the ultra-cool Spring Mountain Lagoon Park. Toddlers and school-aged kids are well catered for, with the fort and flying fox being a highlight for many children. The surrounding grassy areas are perfect for kicking a ball, flying a kite or just running wild. Toilets and picnic facilities mean longer stays are definitely possible.

Features: Climbing fort, slides, swings, flying fox, sound pipes, rocky watercourse, picnic areas, BBQ and accessible toilets.

Location: Tully Connection Road, New Beith

Read a detailed review of Spring Mountain Lagoon Park

Flagstone Adventure Park, Flagstone

Taking centre stage at this amazing playground is a colourful, 11-metre-high tower, complete with a suspension bridge and three massive tunnel slides. And if that is not enough to wow visitors, then how about in-ground trampolines, a skate park, a flying fox and even a separate waterpark. This park should definitely be on top of your playground wish list and might just be the best playground in Logan City!

Features: Massive tower, bridges, slides, toddler fort, swings, in-ground trampolines, flying fox, separate waterpark, skate park, basketball half-court and accessible toilets.

Location: Trailblazer Drive, Flagstone

Read a detailed review of Flagstone Adventure Park

Pirate Ship Park, Flagstone

Calling all pirates…head to the Pirate Ship Park in Flagstone and find the hidden treasure (follow the treasure map provided at the park), climb aboard the two-level pirate ship and scale the nets for lots of pirate fun.

Features: 18m-long pirate ship (two levels), slides, nets, swings, picnic tables and BBQ’s. NO TOILETS.

Location: Corner of Wentworth and Sheridan Drive, Flagstone

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