Flagstone Adventure Park

Flagstone Adventure Park is a multimillion-dollar monster playground, boasting sky-high towers and slides, a toddler play space, sporting arenas and much more, in the new master-planned community of Flagstone.

A part of the 10-hectare Flagstone Regional Park, the adventure playground is one of the largest in South East Queensland and is sure to delight children of all ages.

Flagstone Adventure Park

The centrepiece of the park is a brightly-coloured tower, standing 11 metres high (that’s the equivalent of three storeys!) and intricately connected to four massive slides via a series of cabins, bridges, ladders and climbing webs.

Flagstone Adventure Park

Younger children (and those who like to keep their feet closer to the ground) can play safely in the dedicated toddler zone, featuring a low-level fort, complete with mini firemen’s poles, tiny ladders and slides of varying height. Youngsters can also explore the caterpillar-themed climbing web and scramble through – or over – a lengthy tunnel buried in the earth.

Flagstone Adventure Park

Other highlights of the playground include in-ground trampolines, bouncers, bike paths, merry-go-rounds, twin flying foxes, and eight swings – including two all-ability net swings and two baby swings.

Flagstone Adventure Park

The main playground area is covered by shade sails and surrounded by sandstone blocks, perfect for carers to settle in and relax as the children have an extended play.

Flagstone Adventure Park

Super-active types will enjoy the competition-standard skate plaza, concrete half basketball court, plus multi-purpose grass field complete with basketball and soccer goalposts.

Flagstone Adventure Park

Several shaded picnic tables and other seating areas also occupy the grounds, making it suitable to spend the whole day here.

Nice to know – The park has plenty of free parking available, plus wheelchair-accessible toilet facilities and a nearby dog park with water play elements.

By Dominique Falk

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