Recreational Park P - Z

There are numerous recreational and skate parks located in the Noosa Shire, including the beautiful Noosa Botanic Gardens at Lake Macdonald.

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Peregian Beach

  • Osprey Park (Peregian Duck Ponds Reserve), Osprey Avenue, Peregian Beach

    Osprey Park or "the duck ponds" as the locals call it, is a sliver of natural swamp reserve. At the right time of year, this park is alive with wildlife. There is a seat overlooking the pond and a winding pathway to stroll along. Across the road, there are several beach accesses that open onto Peregian Beach.


  • Peregian Beach, Kingfisher Drive, Peregian Beach

    Peregian has some fantastic restaurants and cafes and has a relaxed atmosphere. Sunday markets first and third Sunday of the month.

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  • Peregian Beach Park, Kingfisher Drive, Peregian Beach

    A large park full of things to see and do. There is a large skate bowl, BBQ's, shelter sheds, and lots of open grassed areas for picnics. Fresh water, toilet facilities with showers, easy parking and shops nearby. There are two sets of playground equipment including a six deck combination unit, crawl tunnel, motorbike rocker and a see-saw.


  • Peregian Beach Skate Park, Pelican Street, Peregian Beach

    Situated in Peregian Beach Park. This is a large concrete skate park with shade net and natural shade. 50m to shops and two playgrounds nearby.


  • Peregian Beach Sportsground / Di Hirst Oval, Rufous Street, Peregian Beach

    A lovely open green space used as a sports ground.


  • Persimmon Park, Persimmon Drive, Peregian Beach

    This park has lovely new playground equipment and soft fall. There is freshwater, seating and the convenience of a bus stop right out the front. A pathway runs the length of the park taking you through to the surrounding streets. The park is set high on a hill and gives an amazing view of the ocean.


  • Persimmon Park Skate Park, Persimmon Drive, Peregian Beach

    The skatepark ramp is a concrete half-pipe and has natural shade. There is a bus stop out front.


  • Podargus Park, Podargus Parade, Peregian Beach

    Tucked into the bushland that backs onto a large nature reserve, this little park offers swings and has fresh water. The view over the hinterland is awesome and on a clear day, you can see all the way to the Glasshouse Mountains.


  • Victory Park, Lorikeet Drive, Peregian Beach

    A lovely park with picnic shelters, BBQ facilities, showers, and toilets.



  • Park imageA small grassy park at the end of Meridan Court Pomona. Great for kicking the ball or enjoying a quiet picnic. Pathway access between Clay Court and Meridan Court.

  • Cooroora Creek Park, Mill Street, Pomona

    This park is ideal for events. It is a designated dog off-leash area at all times. Great for walking and exercising, with the park featuring a range of exercise equipment including an aerobic cycle, cross trainer, elliptical trainer, body twist, sit up bench, surfboard, body pulls push-ups, chest press, shoulder press, leg press, lateral pull-down, leg raises and pull-ups, and a hip twister.

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    Depper Park, Railway Crossing, Pomona


  • Joe Bazzo Park, Reserve Street, Pomona

    Ideal for wedding ceremonies. The playground has a two way swing, bridge, climbing walls, balance bar, carousel, chain bridge, eleven deck combination unit, crawl tunnel, naughts & crosses, and there are shade sails along with a swing and slide.

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  • Mt Cooroora Forest Reserve, Mountain Street, Pomona

    This park has shelter, seating, freshwater, and a barbecue.


  • Pomona Skate Park (Joe Bazzo Park), Reserve Street, Pomona

    This is a large concrete skate park and is situated in Joe Bazo Park. It is 50m from the shopping centre and has a shade net. There is a bus stop out the front.


  • Stan Topper Memorial Park, Reserve Street, Pomona

    This park has seating, toilets, fresh water and is home to the King of the Mountain event and Saturday markets.


Sunrise Beach

  • Park imageSituated directly across from schools, there are swings, a cargo net, a single deck combination unit, a fire pole, a slide and a swing with seating and natural shade.


  • Comet Park, Comet Drive, Sunrise Beach

    This park has a basketball court and children's swings.


  • Park imageThis park has swings and a sports goal and plenty of open space to kick a footy. There is an abundance of shade and freshwater on tap. The park is surrounded by natural bushland.


  • Dame Patti Park, Dame Patti Drive, Sunrise Beach

    A lovely park with children's swings and a tranquil walk over the footbridge.


  • Orient Park North, Orient Drive, Sunrise Beach

    A large open grassy park with swings, shelter shed and seating accompanied by large fig trees for natural shade. A lovely park for a picnic.


  • Rainbow Park, Rainbow Crescent, Sunrise Beach

    A great large park, linked to Flagship Park. Over a kilometre of pathway makes this park ideal for walkers and riders. The park offers swings, slides and other playground equipment with shelter shed and seating, freshwater, and open grassy areas. This park will suit everyone.


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  • Park imageThis park overlooks the beach and has public amenities.


  • Tingira Park, David Low Way, Sunrise Beach

    This park is well known to locals as the whale watch spot. There is a viewing tower overlooking the ocean and at the right time of year, the whale action here is spectacular. There are tables, a grassed area and the ocean views are amazing. There are toilet and shower facilities nearby, along with fresh drinking water and beach access.


Sunshine Beach

  • Bicentennial Drive Rugby Union Oval, Bicentennial Drive, Sunshine Beach

    Rugby union oval and clubhouse.


  • Culgoa Park, Culgoa Street, Sunshine Beach

    Culgoa Park is a small green corridor of grassland that allows a lovely walkthrough between Culgoa Court and Weyba Street.


  • Park imageA large park with tonnes of appeal. This park is basically on the beach. There are BBQs, swings, seating and shelter sheds along with toilet and shower facilities. Great cafes and shops are a stone's throw from the park, making this a great spot for everyone.


  • Ferris Park, Ferris Street, Sunshine Beach

    A lovely family park with swings, flying fox basket swing, a half basketball court, picnic seating and freshwater.


  • Pat Mullins Park, Hill Street, Ross Crescent, Sunshine Beach

    A small park situated at the end of Pacific Avenue, Sunshine Beach. There is plenty of natural shade and seating.


  • Sunshine Beach, The Esplanade, Sunshine Beach

    Sunshine Beach is the best in terms of offshore winds. It is popular for body surfing and board riding. Dog off-leash area at all times on Sunshine Beach; from the boundary of the Noosa National Park to a point adjacent to beach access 27, leading from the public toilet block and car park in Seaview Terrace.

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  • Park imageConcrete structure, international-sized half-pipe shallow skate circle. This skate park has natural shade and shelter sheds. Gates open at 6.00 am and close at 6.00 pm. The park is beside the Noosa Aquatic Centre.



  • Park imageDesignated dog off-leash area at all times.


  • Clarey Park, Tait Street, Tewantin

    This park has a small playground with a double swing and an activity unit.


  • Cranks Creek Park, Burgess Drive, Tewantin

    This park has plenty of shaded areas and a children's playground. This has a three and six-deck fort, spring toys, cargo net, clatter bridge, climbing wall, a double embankment slide, fireman's pole, monkey bars, rockers, slides, spring toys, double swings, a swing bridge, and a hang and glide.


  • Daintree Park, Daintree Way, Leafhaven Drive, Tewantin

    This park has a children's playground with a five-deck combo unit, cargo net, clatter bridge, monkey bars, swing bridge, and a slide.


  • Douglas Park, Flame Tree Drive, Tewantin

    This park has a good-sized children's playground, with a two and five deck combo unit, an inclined bridge, climbing wall, fireman's pole, hoop climber, crawl tunnel, monkey bars, rockers, spring toys, squeeze bars and a double swing.


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  • Fritz Park, Stephen Street, Tewantin

    This park has a small children's playground with swings and plenty of large shady trees.


  • Park imageThis park has a half basketball court and netball court.


  • Heritage Park, Griffith Avenue, Tewantin

    Dog off-leash area at all times as designated on signage. The playground has a basketball unit, a netball unit, a five-deck combo unit, crawl tunnel, infinity plastic spiral climber, plastic slide, rock wall climber, spiral slide, spring toys, and swings.


  • Lakeside Park, Gympie Street, Tewantin

    This park has a small playground for children which includes swings a spring toy and a rocker.


  • Lomandra Park, Carramar Street, Tewantin

    This park has a double swing set in the playground.


  • Park imageNetball clubhouse and grounds, rugby league, softball, touch football, cricket, petanque, tennis club, pony clubhouse and grounds.


  • Palm Grove Park, Griffith Avenue, Palm Grove Crescent, Tewantin

    The playground in this park has a two-deck fort, firepole, rocker dolphin, four-rider see-saw, slide, swings, and a spiker.


  • Read Park, Poinciana Avenue & Goodwin Street, Tewantin

    One full-size cricket oval and batting cages. Athletics with throwing arena, sandpit, clubhouse, a shared oval.


  • Ross Park, Hooper Crescent, Tewantin

    This park has a swing set for small children.


  • RSL Memorial Park, Poinciana Avenue, Tewantin

    This playground has a new embankment playground with two slides, swings, climb net and a large shade sail.


  • Sundial Park, Blackheath Drive, Tewantin

    This playground has a seven deck combo unit, an arched bridge, a cargo chain net, climb pole, seesaw, spiker, vine walk, and swing. The BMX track has a half bowl end ramp, ten large ramps, pyramid climber, small ramp run, a stand-alone box ramp and a start ramp with a large run.


  • Tewantin Spray Park, Doonella Street, Tewantin

    A toddler-friendly spray park overlooking the Noosa River. Completely fenced with soft fall and a number of water sprays to entertain the children. Picnic tables and chairs for the grown-ups with public amenities in the complex.


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  • Ward Park, Ward Street, Tewantin

    This park has a playground that includes an eight-deck combo unit, climbing chain with pommel seats, climbing frame with seesaw end and swing end, climbing wall, merry go round, seesaw, double swing, and a tunnel, all under cover of a shade sail.


  • Yellowwood Park, McKinnon Drive, Tewantin

    This playground has a rocker elephant, a spring toy motorbike and double swing all set in a natural bush setting.



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  • Tinbeerwah School Park, Sivyers Road, Tinbeerwah

    A lovely open park with picnic tables and lots of shade.