Jabiru Island Park

Paradise Point

Jabiru Island Park is an idyllic waterfront family playground, great for small children and located just behind a soft sandy beach at Paradise Point.

The beach slopes gently down to a completely netted, enclosed swimming area - just be sure to take along a bucket, spade and swimming gear.

Jabiru Island Park

Part of the Phil Hill Environmental Park, from the car park, follow the pathway under the bridge where there is a 330 metre (wheelchair accessible) boardwalk passing a variety of protected mangroves leading to a sea eagle eyrie. This is a popular fishing spot overlooking the Coomera River (officially known as Coomera Fish Habitat Area).

Jabiru Island Park

Jabiru Island has wheelchair-friendly toilets, as well as four electric barbecues. The playground area has plenty of shady Casuarina trees and is dotted with both outdoor and undercover picnic tables.

Jabiru Island Park

There is a boat ramp at Jabiru Island, where it is possible for boats or kayaks to access picturesque Coombabah Creek, Coomera River, or nearby Coomera Island.

Jabiru Island Park

In a nutshell - Protected swimming/fishing area with beachside playground, picnic areas and stunning foreshore boardwalk - highly recommended to byo aquatic equipment.

Nice to know - Take the Hope Island Exit off Pacific Motorway, then head east and turn off Broadwater Ave directly into the Jabiru Island boat ramp and car park.

By Lucy Hordern

Broadwater Ave

Paradise Point

Map

Broadwater Ave Paradise Point

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