Darlington Parklands

Yarrabilba

Located in Logan in the modern master-planned community of Yarrabilba is one of South East Queensland’s best super parks – Darlington Parklands.

Playground inside the Darlington Parklands Yarrabilba

About a 35-40 minute drive south of Brisbane, Darlington Parklands has something for kids of all ages; from forts with tunnels and slides to a 30 metre twin flying fox.  

Kids swinging on a flying fox in the Darlington Parklands Yarrabilba

Littlies will love the water play area with fountains and shallow pools while older kids will enjoy the climbing dome and basketball half court. In addition, you’ll find a rope bridge, balance beams (a sensory activity set amongst lemon myrtle trees) and outdoor gym with mini cross-trainer and treadmill for fit kids.  

Darlington Parklands Yarrabilba

This super park is perfect for picnics with shelters, tables and barbecues provided plus modern amenities. Families can take a bike ride or walk along the wetland boardwalk or play a game of footy on the large oval; while those lingering just a little bit later will be rewarded with light shows from LED light poles scattered throughout the park.

Rope bridge inside the Darlington Parklands Yarrabilba

For more information and other great things to do and see in the City of Logan click HERE

by Deb Lidster

Darlington Parklands

Cnr of Yarrabilba Dr & Darlington Dr

Yarrabilba

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Cnr of Yarrabilba Dr & Darlington Dr Yarrabilba

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