Redbank Plains Recreation Reserve

Redbank

Redbank Plains Recreation Reserve is an attractive state of the art twin playground and leisure reserve that has something for everyone from littlies to teens.

Gum trees and poincianas provide shade, there are picnic shelters, BBQ facilities, an off street car park and wide grassy expanses to kick a ball as well as a skate park and a path for learner bike riders.

Redbank Plains Recreation Reserve

Two playgrounds cater for the young ones and older kids, with the latter one of the better play areas around for tweens and teens.

Redbank Plains Recreation Reserve

A 3-storey climbing tower in the centre has 2 giant slide tubes leading from the top – one straight and one twisty.

Redbank Plains Recreation Reserve

Other fun equipment in this area includes a tightrope, hammock, spinning sticks, rope bridge, mini climbing walls and a large swinging tyre.

Redbank Plains Recreation Reserve

Meantime the young ones’ playground has colourful connected forts, slides and swings.

Lastly, between the two play areas is an ornate rotunda for live park performances.

Redbank Plains Recreation Reserve

Redbank Plains Rd

Cnr Cedar Rd

Redbank Plains

Map

Redbank Plains Rd cnr Cedar Rd Redbank Plains

Top Things To Do In Brisbane This Week

King George Square is transformed into an enchanted winter wonderland
The major highlight of the 2019 Winter Racing Carnival is happening on Jun 22
The musical theatre classic Oklahoma! is coming to Brisbane
Don't miss these popular pizza making and cocktail classes
Eats & Beats returns to Underwood Park on Friday, June 28
MELT: Festival of Queer Arts and Culture raises the curtain on another program of spectacular events
L’amante Anglaise is a must-see murder mystery performed live on stage
Boho Luxe Market is a massive festival-style market at The Old Museum
City of Gold is a wryly funny and politically incendiary play by rising star Meyne Wyatt

Indigenous Art Program: Shared connections

An exhibition of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artworks in Brisbane's hidden laneways, city streets, museums & more
Indigenous Art Program Editor's Pick