Recreational Parks J - O

Kin Kin

  • Hall Park, Main Street, Kin Kin

    This playground has a combination unit three-deck hang and glide, rock wall climber, double seesaw, ouble slide, spring toy koala and a swing. Public amenities are also close by.

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  • Kin Kin Arboretum,

    The Kin Kin arboretum is a living collection of woody plants intended for education or scientific study with hoop pine trees that were planted over 50 years ago.

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  • Kin Kin Skate Park, Old Wahpunga Road, Kin Kin

    Kin Kin community house, sporting and recreation activities.

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  • Kin Kin Sports Ground, Old Wahpunga Road, Kin Kin

    Kin Kin community house, sporting and recreation activities.

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  • Wahpunga Park, Dr Pages Road, Kin Kin

    This park has seating and public toilet facilities.

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Lake Macdonald

  • Cooroy Pomona Lions Park, Cooroy Noosa Road, Lake Macdonald

    This park has picnic tables and lovely shade trees.

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  • Kookaburra Park - Noosa Trail, Collwood Road, Lake Macdonald

    Providss an entry to the Noosa Trail network with a public toilet.

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Marcus Beach

  • Hawthorn Grove Park, Hawthorn Grove, Marcus Beach

    Tucked into the streets of suburbia this small park has plenty to offer such as a double swing and rocker a basketball square, freshwater and it backs on to the Noosa National Park Reserve.

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Noosa Heads

  • Alex Dan Park, Cooyar Street, Noosa Heads

    There are fresh water and a large shade sail over the playground, with a two-deck combination unit, acrawl tunnel, cricket pitch nets, a hammock swing, a handball wall, a spring toy, and a swing. This park is a designated dog off-leash area at all times.

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  • Bicentennial Park, Noosa Parade, Noosa Heads

    This is a picturesque park with a sandy beach and calm water and it is popular with families.

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  • Elanora Park, Naturi Street, Noosa Heads

    This is a small park, with playground and walking paths, natural bush, freshwater, and bench seats. A lovely little park for families.

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  • Lions Park (Noosa Heads), Noosa Parade, Noosa Heads

    This park is popular for weddings and events. A large park where there is plenty of action throughout the year. The park offers plenty of playground equipment, including a duo rocker, a pendulum swing, a curved slide, spring toy motorbike along with a shelter shed with plenty of seating. BBQ facilities are also available.

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  • Little Cove Beach, Park Road, Noosa Heads

    This park has beach accesses numbers 23 and 24 and is popular for small wedding ceremonies. Little Cove is a small exposed beach accessible via steep wooden stairs. Tide times and limited parking availability must be considered when looking to use this location.

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  • Noosa Dog Beach, Claude Batten Drive, Noosa Heads

    This beach is popular for minor events and wedding ceremonies and is a dog off-leash area at all times.

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  • Noosa Main Beach and First Point, Hastings Street, Noosa Heads

    Noosa Main Beach between First Point and Middle Groyne is very popular for major and minor events. Noosa Main Beach West between Middle Groyne and Noosa Spit is popular for wedding ceremonies and events. The famous Hastings Street, cafes, restaurants, and shops are nearby.

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  • Noosa Main Beach Foreshore, Hastings Street, Noosa Heads

    This foreshore is popular for wedding ceremonies and has beach access points numbers 16 and 17. Enquiries about events to be held at the three locations on the foreshore (Maison la Plage/Sandcastles/Seahaven, Casuarina Gardens and Laguna Grove/Hidden Grove) can be made via this link.

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  • Noosa Spit, Claude Batten Drive, Noosa Heads

    Noosa River Spit is popular for minor events and wedding ceremonies.

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  • Noosa Woods, Claude Batten Drive, Noosa Heads

    The park is popular for wedding ceremonies and events. There is a children's playground that has spring toy animals and swings plus places to have a picnic or use the BBQ facilities under the shelter sheds provided. There is freshwater and plenty of natural shade.

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  • Pinaroo Park, Noosa Drive and Safari Street, Noosa Heads

    This park has much to offer. There is a playground with swings for the kids; BBQs and shelter sheds with ample seating and pathways stretching from end to end providing access to all surrounding streets. There is a large natural wetland in the middle of the park teeming with wildlife. This park is an oasis in the hub of a shopping district.

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  • Quamby Park, Quamby Place, Noosa Heads

    A shelter shed, seating, fresh water tap and an open grassy area overlooking the water make this a great location for hosting small events and wedding ceremonies. There is a tennis court next to the park and shops just across the road.

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  • Ravenwood Park, Noosa Parade, Noosa Heads

    This little park is a beautiful green space and popular for wedding ceremonies with a viewing platform overlooking the Noosa River.

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  • The Sound Park, Noosa Parade, Noosa Heads

    This park overlooking the water is popular for wedding ceremonies. With plenty of natural shade, freshwater tap, and seating, this park is a lovely place to sit and contemplate. Swings, toys and 4-deck combination unit, fire pole, net climber, plank walk, pendulum swing and more make this park ideal for kids. Cafes and restaurants line the side of the park.

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  • Weyba Esplanade Park, Weyba Esplanade, Noosa Heads

    A tranquil park that overlooks the Noosa River with seating and a freshwater tap.

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  • Weyba Park, Sleepy Hollow Drive, Noosa Heads

    Also known as Koala Park, this park is a natural home for koalas because it has koala food trees. There is a playground for the kids, seating, and a freshwater tap. (Dogs must be leashed).

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Noosaville

  • Apex Park (Noosaville), Gympie Terrace, Noosaville

    This large linear park is ideal for wedding ceremonies and events. It boasts outdoor fitness equipment, a BBQ and has fishing and swimming access along the river. There are shade trees and undercover picnic tables. This park is adjacent to both Pirate Park and the Lions Park, adjoins Quota Park and has an abundance of facilities and a Liberty Swing (contact council to obtain the key).

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  • Bluefin Park, Bluefin Court, Noosaville

    Bluefin Park has a children's playground, a seesaw, and two great shade sails.

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  • Bushlands Park North, Bushlands Drive, Noosaville

    This park has a small playground with a duo rocker and quad rocker along with a double swing.

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  • Chaplin Park, Mill Street, Noosaville

    Ideal for wedding ceremonies.

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  • Creek Road Park, Creek Road, Noosaville

    This park follows meanders alongside the river with a wide pathway that extends from one end of the park to the other, making it ideal for cycling, walking, scooters and wheelchairs. This park is also a designated off-leash area for dogs.

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  • Ely Park, Edward Street, Noosaville

    This park is ideal for wedding ceremonies, located on the river, with plenty of shaded areas and places to sit.

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  • Eureka Park, Lake Entrance Boulevard, Noosaville

    This park has a playground area for children with a hang & glide and a swing.

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  • Headland Park, Headland Drive, Noosaville

    The children's playground in this park has a climbing ramp, a two-deck combination unit spring toy kangaroo, squeeze bars, a swing and shade sail.

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  • Laburnum Park, Laburnum Crescent, Noosaville

    This park is nestled at the end of a quiet street near Gympie Terrace foreshore. It is adjacent to the Noosa Canal and has a grassy park.

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  • Lions Park (Noosaville), Gympie Terrace, Noosaville

    This park plays host to a number of major events each year including the Noosa Triathlon, car show, surf carnival, and food and wine festival. It has a large playground and a Liberty Swing (wheelchair accessible). Please contact the council to obtain the key. This park adjoins Apex Park and Quota Park which extend along the foreshore at Noosaville.

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    A school sports oval is popular for dog walkers.

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  • Massoud Park, Edward Street, Noosaville

    This park on the banks of the Noosa River with BBQ facilities, seating, and public toilets close by.

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  • Park imageThis park is located in a tranquil area overlooking the Noosa Waters canals with seating and shade.

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  • Munna Park, Munna Crescent, Noosaville

    This park has a basketball court and sports goal, a playground that includes a cargo chain net, climbing wall, four-deck combination unit, curved monkey bars, hang & glide spring toys, swing, a vine walk and is shaded. The nearest public toilets are at Gympie Tce, Noosaville.

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  • Nancy Cato Park, Dolphin Crescent and Noosa Parade, Noosaville

    A very open parkland with shelter shed seating and freshwater tap. This park has natural shade and is located on the banks of the Noosa River.

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  • Pelican Beach Park, Gympie Terrace, Noosaville

    This park is right next to Apex Park which adjoins Pirate Park, Lions Park, and Quota Park. With an abundance of facilities and a Liberty Swing (contact council to obtain the key).

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  • Peninsula Park, The Peninsula, Noosaville

    A delightful small park with lots of shade and seating.

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  • Peter Park, Gympie Terrace, Noosaville

    This is a popular spot for launching your boat and cooking your catch.

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  • Saltwater Bridge Park, Masthead Quay, Noosaville

    A quiet park with seating and shades.

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  • Seagull Park, Shorehaven Drive, Noosaville

    This playground has a three-deck combo unit, cargo net to the deck and ground, fireman's pole, monkey bars, seesaw, slide, spiral pole, swing and a shade sail covering the whole playground.

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  • Seahorse Park, Seahorse Place, Noosaville

    A tranquil treed park with seating overlooking the Noosa Waters canals.

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  • Shipyard Park, Seascout Circuit, Noosaville

    This park has a swing set in the playground and is a favourite for family games.

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  • Shorehaven Water Park, Shorehaven Drive, Noosaville

    A small park with swings, seating and lots of shade.

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  • The Anchorage Park, Shorehaven Drive, Noosaville

    This park has a children's playground which includes an arched bridge, cargo net, climbing wall, two-deck combination unit, shade sale, and spring toys.

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  • Waterside Park, Waterside Court, Noosaville

    An open grassy park overlooking Noosa Waters canals.

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  • Park imageA natural environment with pleasant walkways adjacent to Weyba Creek.

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  • Wyuna Park, Wyuna Drive, Noosaville

    This park has a three-deck combo unit, a hang & glide, spiral pole, several spring toys, and a swing.

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