Svoboda Park in Kuraby

slide at svoboda park

The play equipment in Svoboda Park at Kuraby is adventurous and plentiful, with so much space for Brisbane Kids to explore.

Svoboda Park Playground

Svoboda Park in Kuraby has a large modern playground, suited to a variety of age groups. Predominantly covered by shadesails and shaded by trees, the play equipment includes a flying fox, slides, climbing nets and several other play structures. The park is grassy and flat, with a soccer net and basketball court, and is located next to Kuraby Community Centre. Svoboda Park also has two large shelters, each with two tables, as well as three electric barbeques.

shaded play area

Imagination Factor

The variety of play equipment, different levels and landscaped gardens at Svoboda Park creates several different spaces to stretch imaginations. The little paths between play areas are perfect for little adventures. The large, shady fig trees demand to be climbed by active Brisbane Kids keen to explore the jungle.


Svoboda Park has toilet facilities for the disabled. There are many flat concrete paths and a bike path through the park, making it possible to access most parts via wheelchair or with a pram. The playground is fenced and partially covered by shadesails. There is a generous-sized carpark, as well as street parking on Stiller Street.

playground fort

Svoboda Park Features

  • Disabled toilet facilities
  • Fenced playground on bark and rubber base
  • Shadesail covered playground
  • Flying fox
  • Soccer net
  • Basketball court
  • Fitness bars
  • Bike path
  • 3 electric BBQs
  • 2 shelters with 2 tables in each
  • Shade trees
  • Grassy and flat open space
  • Carpark
  • Street parking

Another fantastic Brisbane Playground nearby is King Street Park.

Svoboda Park is located on the corner of Stiller Drive & Beenleigh Road in Kuraby.

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One response to “Svoboda Park in Kuraby”

  1. M Walker says:

    We have been visiting from Sydney and found this park wonderful for my 2 girls, especially my 4 year old who has special needs and gets around with a walker, plenty of shade and although very popular on the weekends didn’t feel overcrowded with kids.

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