Funderwood Hollow Underwood Park

Priestdale

FUNderwood Hollow - the largest Spielart playground in Australia - is a fantastic addition to Logan's already popular Underwood Park.

FUNderwood Hollow Underwood Park Priestdale

Located in Priestdale, this brand new adventure playground is based on a 'Peter Pan' design originally created for a park in Berlin.  Fun for all ages, the fairytale fort features tall towers (some 5 metres high), totter bridges, scramble nets, fireman's pole and climbing wall.

FUNderwood Hollow Underwood Park Priestdale

Beautifully constructed using Robinia hardwood timber, cute carved monkeys, owls, birds and googley eyes add a touch of whimsy to the wacky play equipment; while nearby a pedal power monorail track and flying fox await another adventure.   

FUNderwood Hollow Underwood Park Priestdale

Other features in Underwood Park include barbecues, basketball and netball courts, BMX track and skateboard park. 

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

by Deb Lidster

FUNderwood Hollow

Underwood Park

Underwood Rd

Priestdale

Map

underwood park

Top Things To Do In Brisbane This Week

Southern Downs Harvest is a delicious Autumn luncheon held in an historic homestead in Killarney
KIRIN Stakes Day returns to historic Eagle Farm Racecourse for a thrilling day
Shakespeare’s iconic love story, Romeo and Juliet, comes to life on stage at La Boite Theatre
LEGO® fans won't want to miss this mega weekend of mind-blowing displays
Logan's free annual family-friendly Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF) is back in May
Shared Connections is an exhibition of Indigenous artworks in public spaces
Arthur Boyd: Landscape of the Soul is a must-see major art exhibition
Be inspired, be informed and be empowered at Brisbane's Modern Woman Expo coming to BCEC in June
Queensland's Government House will open to members of the public

Arthur Boyd: Landscape of the Soul

Arthur Boyd: Landscape of the Soul is a must-see major exhibition of one of Australia's most significant artists and it's free to visit
Arthur Boyd editor's pick