Best All Abilities Playgrounds In Seq

When it comes to finding playgrounds that are easily accessible and with fun equipment for kids of all abilities, here are five of the best in South East Queensland:

Kurrawa

A giant accessible sandcastle and sunken submarine, three sand tables and talking tubes and are some of the attractions at this mega beachside park at Broadbeach and heaps of fun for all ages...more

Capalaba Regional Park

Redland's first all abilities playground takes pride of place in this gorgeous sprawling 14ha parkland and features a totem maze, an audio spinning wheel and steel drums as well as a Liberty Swing...more

Pine Rivers 

This super northside park has a special Sensory Space with a Mega Swing (with steel basket seat) , Liberty Swing and surface textures and hexagonal links, ideal for kids with sensory processing issues...more

Whites Hill Reserve

Paths that are easily wheelchair accessible, low level sensory equipment, bird's nest and support swings and the excellent Sway Fun Glider with room for 2 wheelchairs are some of the features here...more

Robelle Domain

This super park has a myriad of wheelchair accessible tracks & an all abilities playground featuring the country's 1st Icon on Galaxy interactive play equipment blending the digital world and the outdoors...more

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