Cotton Tree Park, Maroochydore
Colourful playground with a pathway and Mooloolaba beach in background
Beaches and Parks Directory
  • Last updated:
  • 18 Sep 2018

Search the Beaches and Parks Directory to locate parks in your area or search for facilities such as barbecues, public amenities (toilets), playgrounds, dog parks, walking trails and more. Hover over the pictograms for the a description or see the pictogram legend (mobile).

The Sunshine Coast region is a natural playground for you to enjoy. It has more than 1,040 recreation parks and open spaces, 250 conservation parks encompassing 1,000,000 hectares of protected bushland and 45 kilometres of pristine beaches and foreshore.

Our park and reserve network contributes to the Sunshine Coast’s unique character, relaxed and healthy lifestyle and rich biodiversity. It provides the ‘green frame’ of the region’s urban areas, edging our rivers, beaches and foreshores lining our streets and identifying our communities. It also makes the region an attractive place to visit and supports tourism, events and economic growth. View a snapshot of the parks and gardens in the region[2488KB]





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  • 2nd/14th Battalion Park
    • Address:
      Tinarra Close Maroochy River

  • 37/52nd Battalion Park
    • Address:
      14-16 Nirvana Crescent Buderim

    The park has a children's playground with a 3 deck fort, a kangaroo spring toy, climbing net, seesaw, slide, a swing, a weave walker and a web climber.

  • 7 - 11 Park
    • Address:
      Aerodrome Road Corner Fourth Avenue Maroochydore

    This small park with picnic tables is a rest area for travellers.

  • Active Park
    • Address:
      36-58 Indigo Road, (Bellsreach) Caloundra West

    This 1.4 hectare park has a large multi age group playground, a fitness station and picnic facilities. There is a large grassed area for ball games or a run around. There is a Community Garden on the Amber Drive side of the park.

  • Adolph Blanck Park
    • Address:
      82 Picnic Point Esplanade Maroochydore

    This fenced park on the corner of Duporth Avenue has a children's playground with a clatter bridge, a 3 deck combo unit, crawl tunnel, seesaw, spring toys, a swing and binoculars.

  • Aerodrome Road Park
    • Address:
      Aerodrome Road, Corner Third Avenue, Maroochydore

    This landscaped open green space provides a picnic table and bench seating shaded by a fig tree.

  • Alan Walker Park
    • Address:
      Pacific Boulevard, Buddina

    Coastal park at Point Cartwright Drive intersection between Beach Access points 205 and 206 has a playground, basketball half court and picnic facilities.

  • Albany Lakes Park
    • Address:
      Albany Street Sippy Downs

    This park has a children's playground with a Burmese bridge chain and a cargo net, fire pole and a climb rope chain, rope escalator, a ship combo unit, a shop counter, a slide, and a vine climber. The exercise circuit has a chin up area and fitness rings. push up bars, sit ups, step up stumps and a vault bar. The playground in this park is fenced.

  • Alex Bluff Foreshore Park (Churinga Park)
    • Address:
      Alexandra Parade Alexandra Headland

    Located in this park is the HMAS Brisbane Memorial, the Korean War Memorial and the Australian War Dog Memorial. The park stretches for 1 kilometre along the length of the headland and features multiple picnic shelters and lookouts. The children's playground has several spring toys. There is a fitness station on the Mooloolaba Esplanade end. The park is a popular ceremony site with great ocean views.

  • Alex Forest Conservation Area
    • Address:
      Mari Street Alexandra Headland

    This 6 hectares of remnant wet schlerophryl and revegetated forest 250 metres from the beach features 1 kilometre of walking trails. There is access from Tranquil Place, Woyin Street as well as Mari Street. The park is an important suburban wildlife preserve in the heart of Alexandra Headland and is maintained with the assistance of Alex Forest Community Conservation Group volunteers.