Jindalee Boat Ramp Park


The Jindalee Boat Ramp Park is a busy spot on weekends, with all ages enjoying the lovely green space and facilities on offer here.

With a double boat ramp, pontoon and car park close by, boaties are well catered for. Electric barbecues and picnic shelters spread throughout the park provide the perfect opportunity to enjoy a relaxed breakfast or lunch, right beside the river.

Jindalee Boat Ramp Park

A generous sized playground sports modern play equipment for kids of varying ages and nearby tables and chairs mean Mum and Dad can sit and chill out whilst still keeping an eye on their young charges. Right next to the playground is a large, flat, grassed area that's perfect for kicking the footy, throwing the frisbee or enjoying a game of cricket.

Jindalee Boat Ramp Park

For those looking for a bit of a workout, exercise equipment can be found in a spot that affords a bird's eye view of the river. And, for those with a 4-legged friend, there's an offleash dog area attached on the other side of the carpark.

Jindalee Boat Ramp Park

Water bubblers are provided in the park, to keep everybody well hydrated whilst enjoying the great outdoors, and beautiful old trees provide good shade from the Queensland sun. A toilet block is located near the playground, which is well maintained by the Brisbane City Council.

Jindalee Boat Ramp Park

Visit this park during the week and it's quiet and peaceful. Throw down the picnic rug in the shade of a tree and catch-up on some of that reading, or sit on one of the park benches with a coffee from Licketysplit Cafe and watch the river running past.

Midweek, there's a good chance that the pontoon will be deserted, making it a good spot to whet the fishing line.

Need to know - This park is literally on the banks of the Brisbane River, making supervision of children a must at all times.

By Sandy Ludinski

Jindalee Boat Ramp Park

99 Mt Ommaney Drive




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