Suttons Beach Park Redcliffe

fun brightly coloured playground

Suttons Beach Park at Redcliffe provides a picturesque play for Brisbane Kids in a securely fenced playground. Popular all year round, it really shines on lovely Spring and Summer days with a patrolled beach, gentle waves and adjacent parklands 

Suttons Beach Park playground

The drawcard of Suttons Beach Playground is in its numerous parking spots and its proximity to a truly lovely patrolled beach which makes it a perfect destination playground. Suttons Beach Park is completely fenced and features colourful play equipment which means you can relax while your kids have fun. Its best suited to younger kids but with all the ample greenspace you could bring a soccer ball to keep the older kids happy.

This particular Redcliffe playground isn’t as big as the other fort style playgrounds reviewed on our website, but playgrounds near the beach tend to be smaller because the beach tends to be the hero. We love Suttons Beach Park because it offers picnic tables with shelters, barbeque facilities and a great fish n chip shop just down the road and of course, it is fenced.

Opposite the playground is Suttons Beach which is a patrolled beach (during Summer), with small waves and a lovely family atmosphere. In between the beach and the playground is enough green space for a game of soccer and the toilets are around a hundred metres away.

Places to eat

Suttons Beach Park sits along the Redcliffe foreshore and just a short walk in either direction will lead you to restaurants and cafes. This is a popular place for lazy Sunday afternoons, simply BYO picnic blanket and wander up to a nearby fish and chip shop for some takeaway fish and chips. 

slide and playground at suttons beach park

Imagination Factor

Suttons Beach Playground is a playground with a seaside theme and little Brisbane Kids will love captaining the ship and steering it to shore at Suttons Beach. The balancing and spinning play equipment is great for slightly older Brisbane Kids, where they can play at being in the circus with a gorgeous view of the ocean.

spinner playground equipment at suttons beach


Suttons Beach Park has accessible toilet facilities a short distance from the playground (still within the park). The playground is fenced and shaded much of the day by shade sails. There are bike and walking paths in the park and along the beachfront that are suited to wheelchair and pram use.  Shelters and barbeques are located in many spots for public use. There is an extensive carpark which sits adjacent to the park, it does get busy on school holidays but usually it’s just a matter of patience to find a spot. 

suttons beach treeline

Suttons Beach Park features

  • Fenced playground
  • Playground equipment under shade sails
  • Toilet facilities
  • Bark base
  • Climbing structures
  • Balancing equipment
  • Seesaw
  • Slides
  • Grassy open spaces
  • Bike and walking paths
  • BBQs
  • Picnic tables and shelters
  • Parking
  • Adjacent to patrolled beach

Another nearby Brisbane Playground is Rotary Park Redcliffe.

Other things to do at Redcliffe

Redcliffe is located in the Moreton Bay Region and contains a host of boutique shopping places peppered along the foreshore. If you wanted to make a day of your visit then you could pair you might also want to visit the Redcliffe Museum or if visiting on a Sunday, you could also check out the popular (dog friendly) Redcliffe markets

Suttons Beach Park is located on Marine Parade at Suttons Beach (also considered Redcliffe).

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5 responses to “Suttons Beach Park Redcliffe”

  1. Jennif says:

    i can’t find these places – where is suttons beach and can you give postcodes nest time? ta

    • hey Jenni- we dont provide postcodes sorry- but you can search for them via google- suttons beach is a suburb- it is down towards redcliffe- you should find it in your gps or through a st directory on Marine Parade- it is hard to miss-
      all the best x

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  3. Alida says:

    We went here just after baby no 2 was born.
    Beautiful park we didn’t reali the fish and chip shop was were it was and ended up getting it from sails which was costly,

    Over all fantastic park and will be organsing trip with daughters day care mum and family

  4. Colin Van Der Heide says:

    G’ Day to all, has 2015 just raced along, I am sure the years are getting shorter … Redcliffe Park excellent place for families to get together, oodles of things to keep the kids going. Relax on the grass with a picnic hamper … then to work of that full tummy, stroll along the walkway is lovely looking over the water. Easy to get to the park are, on the GPS just enter Redcliffe then corner of Marine Parade and Dix Street ….. and you are there. Go on take a gander I know you want to … Merry Christmas to all

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