Melrose Park at Wooloowin | Perfect Family Park
Melrose Park in Wooloowin is perfect for bike, scooter and skateboard riding, whilst also having plenty of equipment and lots of grass for free play.
Melrose Park – The Fun
Melrose Park is a great Brisbane park and playground that is suitable for Brisbane Kids of all ages, as well as adults. It has good paths for riding bikes and scooters. It also offers a range of activities for children, like swings, a balance beam, monkey bars, a flying fox, a fireman’s pole, a chunky abacus and a slide. The mini traffic track is perfect for young bike and scooter riders. Melrose Park also features a basketball court, skate ramp, cricket nets, and fitness equipment. There is a big open field which is great for kicking a football, flying a kite or just chasing the birds.
This park is perfect for bike and scooter riding, either on the great traffic track (awesome for truck drivers and postmen) or on the flat bike paths. Along with the skate bowl for beginner skateboarders, Melrose Park provides several chances for youngsters honing their riding skills. Whether it is soaring through the skies on the flying fox or simply running free on the grassy oval, Brisbane Kids of all ages are offered almost limitless opportunities to set their minds free at Melrose Park.
Melrose Park is not fully fenced but there are a lot of trees and the section of Roseleigh Street in front of the main play area is fenced. There are three covered tables (two with lights) and BBQ facilities. There is also a toilet block on the far side of the park. For those parents that would like to have a coffee while their children play, you will find a good coffee shop one block down on Rose.
Melrose Park – The Facts
- Partially fenced playground
- Flying fox
- Monkey bars
- See saw
- Mini traffic track
- Skate ramp
- Basketball half court
- Cricket nets
- Large grassy oval
- Toilets (some distance from playground)
- Shade trees
- Bike and walking paths
- Street parking
Amity Playground is located on the corner of Rose Street and Roseleigh Street in Wooloowin.