Central Park, Pacific Pines
Pacific Pines’ main park is a top-notch playground for children and a favourite spot for residents of the northern end. The Central Park playground is a great place to spend the day, with many areas scattered around the lake. You will find swings, slides and a super flying Fox, as well as climbing nets and spinning wheel. A separate area with a gate has been created for younger children, which includes a swing, slide, cubby house, and climbing nets. This is ideal to keep them entertained and safe. The playground has a lot of picnic tables and barbecue areas for parents. You can take a scooter or stop by the lake to say hello to the ducks.
Helensvale shopping centre, Playground Pacific Pines on the Gold Coast, Helensvale Shopping Centre, Helensvale. Although it may seem strange for a shopping center to be listed among the top playgrounds on Gold Coast, Helensvale is a must-see! It is similar to the Southbank Brisbane adventure park with its soft landings, giant slide and large slides. This playground was built in the large space outside the shopping center. It opened in 2016 and has been a hit with kids ever since.
The playground’s main focus is the two-storey slide, which you can access via an enclosed rope canopy. You can find a variety of activities for children as young as 12 years old. A four-person seesaw, mini play tower structure with three slides, lots of climbing options and colourful play panels, as well as a spinning carousel and fun spinning carousel are all available. You will find many tables and chairs outside the food court. They are perfectly placed next to the playground. This is the perfect place for children who love to eat, play, and repeat.
Paradise Point Parklands. The Esplanade. Paradise Point Paradise Point Parklands will be a place your children won’t want to leave. Paradise Point Parklands’ main playground is a great place for young adventurers.
This playground is a huge attraction with a giant tangle net and slide as well as a spinning rotator, seesaws, swings, and merry-go round. You will find many shady spots, picnic tables and barbecue areas in the parklands. There are also plenty of nearby cafes to grab a bite to eat.
The playground is also located right across the street from a natural swimming pool. You can either take a swim in the calm waters or use buckets and spades to explore the soft sand. The Broadwater view can be enjoyed by parents from the comfort of their chairs. This is a favourite playground on the Gold Coast.
Harley Park, Labrador
Harley Park is situated on the Broadwater in Labrador. It’s close to Charis Seafood, if you want fish and chips by-the-water. You can easily walk to other cafes and restaurants. Two playgrounds are available, including a Broadwater lagoon for a dip or a flat pathway for scooter- and bike riders. There are also barbecue facilities available at no cost. Both playgrounds are close to each other and fully fenced. One of the playgrounds is nautical themed, in keeping with the locale. There are elements such as ladders, a long bridge and a slide. You can also slide on the poles. And of course, there is a swing.
The playground to the north is for children who love climbing. It has a canopy with plastic ropes and ladders that they can use to make their way around. The climbing fort connects to the feature slide, and the flying fox. You will also find another flying fox in the area adjacent to this park.
Broadwater playground, Gold Coast
Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens The tranquil botanical gardens are located in the heart Gold Coast. The gardens are surrounded by lush green parklands, flower garden beds, and sprawling lawns. There are also pathways and an open lake. This area is ideal for celebrating special occasions or birthdays. With a lot of space, you can easily place a marquee or set up a picnic rug.
A fully shaded playground is located on the west side of the garden. The playground incorporates many wooden elements to blend in with its natural surroundings. For older children, the main attractions in the playground are the large slide, and the wooden climbing fort. A small treehouse structure, slide, seesaw, wooden balance beams, and the beloved swings are available for younger children. You can take your frisbee or ball, or you can ride a scooter or bike along the paths that wind around the garden. You may feel hungry after all the energy you have expended. Coffee at the Gardens, a cafe located on the northern side the parklands, can provide a quick fix for your coffee or ice cream.