Capalaba Regional Park

Capalaba

This splendid green oasis on the edge of Capalaba incorporates a superb master planned all abilities playground, a spacious dog off leash area, lily ponds and a myriad of paths for walking or cycling through meadows and woody copses.

Capalaba Regional Park

The jewel in the crown though is the enormous terraced playground for children of all ages, overlooked by state of the art barbecue and picnic pavilions and with wheelchair accessible paths winding throughout.

Capalaba Regional Park

Here children can spend hours clambering, swinging, wandering, wheeling and interacting with sensory installations. Climbing webs, a fortress, flying fox, built-in slides, a sandpit and totem pole maze are supplemented by sensory equipment such as steel drums and an audio spinning wheel.

Capalaba Regional Park

As well as a Liberty swing each of the other sets of swings possesses a special reinforced seat with back and head support.

In view but a short walk away is the dog off leash area with shelter and benches while the rest of the 3 square kilometres of lush well kept parklands are perfect for a stroll or bike ride.

Capalaba Regional Park

Pittwin Rd Nth

Capalaba

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Capalaba Regional Park, Capalaba, Queensland

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