Daisy Hill Koala Centre is a dedicated koala education centre located in Daisy Hill Conservation Park, 25 kilometres south of Brisbane
Picturesque Colleges Crossing Recreation Reserve at Chuwar in Ipswich is a fun filled park bordering the Brisbane River.
Fig Tree Pocket River Reserve is one of Brisbane’s hidden treasures – a secreted waterfront park with picnic tables, BBQ, boat ramp and cute nautical themed playground, overseen by majestic gum trees.
Situated approximately 700 metres above sea level at Picnic Point’s popular recreation area is a colourful and entertaining playground.
Tucked away at the back of the Enoggera Creek Bikeway is the intimate and almost untouched Riaweena Street Playground.
If you’re looking for a park with a difference, pack the bikes, scooters and helmets into the car and come to Sutton Park for a fun learning experience.
Fancy a family fun day out in the country? Half an hour from Ipswich you’ll find the Grandchester Model Steam Railway, where train enthusiasts young and old are in their element.
FUNderwood Hollow - the largest Spielart playground in Australia - is a fantastic addition to Logan's already popular Underwood Park. Located in Priestdale, this brand new adventure playground is based on a 'Peter Pan' design
On the corner of Pine Mountain Road and Hunter Street, Brassall, you cannot miss the playground at Battye Park. The wizards will magically guide you down the footpath, over the hopscotch and into a brightly coloured, polka dot covered playground with play equipment perfect for big and little kids.
Located ten minutes from the CBD in the suburb of Churchill, aeronautical themed Lobley Park is one of Ipswich’s most popular parks.
Brisbane’s newest playground can be found in the city’s oldest park – the City Botanic Gardens. Recently upgraded to appeal to children of all ages and abilities, the playground is still in the same general area - at the Albert Street entrance
Recently upgraded to enable people of all ages and abilities to play together, this ‘exploration’ playground includes sand and water play
Located in Logan in the modern master-planned community of Yarrabilba is one of South East Queensland’s best super parks – Darlington Parklands.
This lovely green belt pathway winds its way from Mountains to Mangroves along Cabbage Tree Creek from Ferny Hills through to Arana Hills.
A favourite southside haunt on a hot day is Hibiscus swimming pool located in the Hibiscus Sports Complex at Upper Mt Gravatt.
Griffith University Aquatic Centre is one of the southside's best kept secrets. Located in beautiful bush surrounds at Mt Gravatt Campus, this peaceful public pool appeals to all ages – not just uni students.

Top Things To Do In Brisbane This Week

Sunset Cinema returns to Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens for 2019

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Real life married couple, Brian Meegan and Kate Raison, star in the comedy Two
BrisAsia Symposium 2019 will explore the theme Belonging
Celebrate the start of racing season at Tattersall’s RNB Race Day
Brisbane Symphony Orchestra will perform two of the greatest works of the late 19th century in March
Blue Planet II Live in Concert is coming to Brisbane for one unmissable evening
It’s time to sit back and relax with Brisbane’s favourite hometown hero of comedy
Everybody’s favourite show pony is back premiering his brand new hour
Heritage-listed Spring Hill Reservoir will be transformed into a 1920’s speakeasy